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Prominent Nashville Attorney Ridings Is Running for General Sessions Judge
Prominent Nashville Attorney Ridings Is Running for General Sessions Judge

Prominent Nashville Attorney David Ridings is running for General Sessions Judge in Davidson County! Becoming a judge is not just the next step in his career. It’s his calling. Mr. Ridings has prepared his entire life to fill the role of a judge. He has experience working on ...

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  • Prominent Nashville Attorney Ridings Is Running for General Sessions Judge

    Prominent Nashville Attorney David Ridings is running for General Sessions Judge in Davidson County! Becoming a judge is not just the next step in his career. It’s his calling. Mr. Ridings has ...

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  • David Ridings Receives Advanced Level Training from American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys

    Attorney David Ridings recently received advanced level training on how to use medical information from DUI cases in order to obtain successful results in court. This training was given by the ...

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  • Interview with Attorney David Ridings

    Meet Our Nashville Criminal Defense Attorney Want to know more about the former police officer who now fights to defend the accused? Read on! Please describe a case(s) in the last year or two where ...

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  • Ridings Dozen Do’s If Stopped by Police

    As a former police officer, Attorney David Ridings knows a defense attorney’s dozen do’s! What you should do if you’re stopped by the police… 1. Be polite and respectful. Do not swear or become ...

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  • If you face DUI charges in Nashville—these mistakes can really hurt!

    Avoid the Following Mistakes if Pulled Over for DUI 1. Assuming that with a breathalyzer or (BAC) blood alcohol test result is greater than .08, the case is lost. Attorney David Ridings can help you ...

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  • DUI Overview in Tennessee

    Consuming alcoholic beverages as an adult (21yrs and older) is perfectly legal and socially acceptable. However there are legal limits to the amount of consumption and then operating a vehicle in the ...

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