Welcome to the Practice of Attorney Robin Ruben Flores

Attorney Robin Ruben Flores has a wide spectrum of experience in the field of law enforcement. He received his Bachelor’s Degree and graduated Magna Cum Laude from The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. He then earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Law. Prior to working as an attorney, Attorney Flores served as a police officer in South Carolina and proudly served our nation through important military campaigns.

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Can we keep our jobs now?

This cartoon references the court case in which Robin Flores is representing a man who was severely beaten by police at a Salvation Army.   Political cartoon by Clay Bennett of the Chattanooga Times Free Press.  

Catoosa commissioners make no recommendations regarding Larry Black’s appeal, matter headed to court

Catoosa County sheriff Gary Sisk’s decision to reassign a law enforcement officer and former political opponent will stand for the time being. The county’s Board of Commissioners declined making any recommendations that Sisk rescind his decision to reassign sergeant detective Larry Black and restore his badge, sidearm and county-issued vehicle. Sisk, who received roughly half the votes cast for Black during a five-man primary, defeated Black in a subsequent August 2012 runoff election by garnering about 55 percent of votes cast.

Former Mayor Ron Littlefield, Paul Page added to police-beating lawsuit

A civil lawsuit filed in the police beating of federal halfway house resident Adam Tatum now alleges former Mayor Ron Littlefield and former city general services Director Paul Page fostered lax management that contributed to Tatum's ordeal. On Tuesday Tatum's attorney, Robin Flores, filed a new case in Hamilton County Circuit Court connected to a lawsuit now in federal court that attempts: