David Raybin
Hollins Raybin & Weissman PC
424 Church St Ste 2200
Nashville, TN 37219
Work Phone: (615)256-6666
Fax Phone: (615)254-4254
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David Raybin has practiced criminal and federal civil rights law in Nashville for forty years. He serves as local counsel for Children’s Rights, a non-profit involved in foster care litigation. For over twenty-five years David has represented Nashville police officers through the Fraternal Order of Police. David Raybin served on the Tennessee Sentencing Commission for nine years. He was twice awarded the Justice Joe Henry Award for outstanding legal writing by the Tennessee Bar Association and received the Norman Award from the Nashville Bar Association. He is also the author of the three-volume treatise Tennessee Criminal Practice and Procedure. David Raybin is a 1973 Order of the Coif graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law. After graduation he served as an Assistant State Attorney General for three years. Then he was hired by Tom Shriver to serve as an Assistant District Attorney for seven years. After his service with the government, David joined what was then Hollins Wagster and Yarbrough. Following the reorganization of the firm, David is now the senior partner of Hollins Raybin and Weissman. David Raybin is married and has two children, one of whom – Ben Raybin – practices with the firm.

Additional Information

TBA Membership Status: Member : 2014 - 2015
Legal Education: Tennessee College of Law
Year Licensed: 1974
Year Licensed in Tennessee: 1974
Section Membership(s): Criminal Justice Section, Appellate Practice Section, TBA Members
Practice Areas/Areas of Interest: Appellate Practice, Civil Rights, Criminal Law - Defense