Seeing Eye Dog
James Frazier is a person who is legally blind. This means that Mr. Frazier's vision isn't correctable with glasses, contacts, or surgery. Additionally, Mr. Frazier's eyesight limits his ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. Yet, every difficulty has a silver lining. Some difficulties even have golden linings.
Dexter, pictured on the left, is Mr. Frazier's seeing eye dog. Most days, Dexter doesn't come to work, or to the courthouse with Mr. Frazier. Yet, Dexter is wonderful with children and Mr. Frazier will be utilizing Dexter as part of his blossoming family law practice.
Dexter is specially trained to guide Mr. Frazier around people and obstacles. Dexter is also trained to help Mr. Frazier locate objects within small rooms. And, Dexter assists Mr. Frazier's law practice.
Jefferson County District Court utilized Dexter's amazing energy during criminal cases. Dexter was proud to serve the citizens of JeffCo by sitting next to child victims as they testified against their abusers. Children enjoyed sitting with Dexter. More importantly, their testimony was more relaxed, articulate, and coherent with Dexter present in the courtroom.
Mr. Frazier is excited to announce that Dexter will be continuing his work with children in Mr. Frazier's new family law practice.
Raised by an elementary school nurse, Dexter can be an awesome distraction for your young one during a consultation with James Frazier. Although Dexter doesn't come into the office everyday, he's available to interact with your kiddo during consultations so that you can save money on child care.
Additionally, sometimes, children in family law cases are interviewed by court investigators during home visits or during other interactions. Although Mr. Frazier never wants to see a child harassed by the legal system, time with Dexter can help prepare kiddos for difficult interactions with court personnel.
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