Law Offices Of
James A.H. Bell, P.C.
Knoxville, TN DUI Defense Lawyer
Tennessee Criminal Defense Attorney
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The Law Offices Of James A.H. Bell , P.C. represents clients in the cities and counties of Athens | Chattanooga | Cleveland | Cookeville | Crossville | Gatlinburg | Greeneville | Jefferson City | Kingston | Knoxville | Maynardville | Memphis | Nashville | Newport | Pigeon Forge Sevierville and the tri-cities of Kingsport | Johnson City and Bristol | Knox County | Anderson County | Bledsoe County | Blount County | Bradley County | Campbell County | Carter County | Claiborne County | Cocke County | Cumberland County | Davidson County | Franklin County | Fentress County | Grainger County | Greene County | Hamblen County | Hamilton County | Jefferson County | Johnson County | Loudon County | McMinn County | Marion County | Meigs County | Morgan County | Polk County | Putnam County | Rhea County | Roane County | Scott County | Sequatchie County | Sevier County | Union County | Warren County | Washington County.
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Mrs. Richards has been the Operation Manager for the Law Offices of James A.H. Bell, P.C. for more than a decade. Mrs. Richards brings to litigation table a vast array of skills, and experience, not only in criminal law, but also in the discipline of civil litigation. For more than seven years, Mrs. Richards served with distinction as the Deputy Clerk of Campbell County, Tennessee, where she functioned within and outside the courtroom assisting judges of that judicial district. Her professional relationships with the judiciary, the prosecutors, and lawyers have been maintained throughout her employment with the Law Offices of James A.H. Bell, P.C. These skills have enabled the lawyers to quickly and efficiently move the business of the cases along the legal path towards a successful conclusion of the case. Prior to working at the clerk’s office, Mrs. Richards legal career started with employment in the early 1980’s in clerical work at the Campbell County Sheriff’s Department.
Mrs. Richardshas participated in numerous federal and state civil and criminal jury trials with Mr. Bell and his associates, primary functioning as a witness coordinator, production of documents, and supervisor of the trial support team. Her professional approach and tireless work ethic has brought about the more efficient management of the client’s individual case.