Dave was extremely professional but more importantly I was treated as a person not a case. He always returned calls and emails in a very timely manner. I would definitely recommend Dave to help with legal needs! -Jennifer S.

As someone who never had a lawyer, David made everything as simple as possible. He is very easy to communicate with and provides all the answers and support you will ever need. If I ever need a lawyer again, David will be my first choice to contact. -Andrew

I was falsely accused of something and had an order filed against me. Ben represented me during court and successfully had the order dismissed. He also went above and beyond to make sure it would not show up on my record. – Brittany.

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Firearm Rights Restored in Tennessee for “Non-Violent Felony” Offender

April 21, 2022

“Can I get my firearm rights restored?” This is one of the most common questions we get asked. A recent case has expanded people who are eligible for their Second Amendment rights to be restored. In short, you may be eligible to get your firearm rights restored if you have a felony conviction that does […]

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Andrew Delke Guilty Plea

July 2, 2021

Defense Team Statement Nashville, Tenn. — This is a joint statement by attorneys David Raybin, John M. L. Brown, and Kristin Ellis Berexa. Each of us are in separate law firms; we and our support staff joined together to form a defense team representing Andrew Delke. Earlier this morning, Andrew Delke pled guilty to a […]

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David Raybin Quoted in USA Today Article on Releasing Inmates During COVID-19 Crisis

August 13, 2020

David Raybin was quoted in a USA Today article called “Let them out: Advocates want inmates granted parole freed as COVID-19 stalks prisons.” David has been a leading voice in Tennessee seeking to reduce the inmate population by expediting the release of inmates who have already been granted parole, but have not yet had the […]

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Res Judicata

August 13, 2020

Case:  Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc., et al. v. City of Memphis, et al. Facts:  The City of Memphis entered into an agreement with the now-Memphis Grizzlies basketball team to build an arena, which included a provision that the city would not fund or benefit “any new competing facility.” Years later, Elvis Presley Enterprises was granted […]

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Inevitable Discovery Doctrine

August 13, 2020

Case:  State of Tennessee v. Samantha Grissom Scott Facts:  Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to the Defendant’s home to serve an arrest warrant on a man who did not live there but believed to be present. Upon arrival, the Deputies saw an unknown male enter Defendant’s residence and lock the door. The Deputies then surrounded the […]

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