“Your peers and your colleagues speak of your deliberate and tempered demeanor and your ability to bring clarity and stability to even the most tumultuous situations. I think that’s the kind of thoughtful deliberation that we want on the bench.”
Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee appointed Kyle Hixson to serve as a criminal court judge for the 6th Judicial District to fill the Honorable Bob McGee’s vacancy. The 6th Judicial District Criminal Court covers Knox County.
KNOX COUNTY, Tenn. — On New Years Day, Knox County will have a new interim judge. Earlier this year, Governor Bill Lee chose Kyle Hixson to temporarily take over the honorable Bob McGee's seat as a criminal court judge. Hixson, currently a Knox County Deputy District Attorney General, officially takes the interim judgeship on Jan. 1.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee appointed Kyle Hixson to serve as a criminal court judge for the 6th Judicial District to fill the honorable Bob McGee’s vacancy.
KNOXVILLE - (Knoxville News Sentinel) A Knox County judge is stepping down from the bench at year’s end — two years before his term expires. Knox County Deputy District Attorney General Kyle Hixson on Wednesday announced he is applying for the interim judgeship and seeking election to the bench in the 2020 election.
KNOXVILLE (Compass Knox) - The city election won’t be in the books for another few weeks, but candidates are already announcing their intentions for next year’s county election. Deputy Attorney General Kyle Hixson announced Wednesday he will be running for the Criminal Court Judge seat held by Bob McGee, who is retiring after 11 years on the bench.
KNOXVILLE, Tennessee — (WBIR) A Knox County prosecutor wants to succeed a retiring veteran judge on the Knox County Criminal Court bench. Kyle Hixson, 36, who supervises criminal prosecutions in District Attorney General Charme Allen's office, announced Wednesday he is seeking to replace Judge Bob McGee, who will step down at the end of the year.