Mr. Wyatt joined the law firm of Hollins,Raybin WeissmanP.C.in October of 2004 after... more
Mr. Wyatt joined the law firm of Hollins,Raybin WeissmanP.C.in October of 2004 after serving four years as a Navy JAG attorney. His practice is primarily devoted to criminal law. He has represented hundreds of clients charged with felony and misdemeanor criminal offenses including murder, vehicular homicide, drug offenses, and numerous DUI and other alcohol related offenses. He also handles a ... view profile
Mr. Eldridge was educated at the University of Tennessee, receiving his... more
Mr. Eldridge was educated at the University of Tennessee, receiving his undergraduate degree in 1982. He graduated from the Wake Forest University School of Law, cum laude, in 1986. While there, he served as the Editor-in-Chief of its law review publication. Following graduation, he served as a law clerk to the Honorable W. Eugene Davis of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Cir... view profile
Being the son of one of the most respected trial lawyer's in Memphis, I knew that I... more
Being the son of one of the most respected trial lawyer's in Memphis, I knew that I too wanted to be a trial lawyer from a very early age. In my professional career, I have specialized in trial work and have had the opportunity to try lawsuits in Federal Court, Immigration Court, General Sessions (both civil and criminal) Court, Chancery Court, Criminal Court, and Circuit Court. I handle... view profile
Past life decisions and career moves took me across the country and around the world.... more
Past life decisions and career moves took me across the country and around the world. However, I am now firmly rooted in Knoxville, Tennessee. I love it here in East Tennessee, and I look forward to raising my family here. Speaking of my family, my wife and I are proud parents of four boys. Chances are, if I am not working, I am spending time with them.
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