Dixon Case May Spur Change in Teen Sex Law

The 53rd floor of Atlanta's SunTrust Plaza, which houses the sleek conference rooms of McKenna Long & Aldridge, looks like a place for sober negotiations and, at best, a smile and a handshake at the end of a hard-fought business deal.

But tears welled up in the eyes of David Balser as he told a press conference how he felt about Monday's 4-3 Georgia Supreme Court decision that should save his client, former prep football star Marcus D. Dixon, from spending another nine years in prison.

Details here from the Fulton County Daily Report via Law.com.