Lubbock attorney announces candidacy for county judge

Lubbock attorney announces candidacy for county judge

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The political filings continue as David Nelson, a Lubbock native and attorney, announces his intent to run for Lubbock's County Court at Law Number 3. 

Nelson has practiced law for 40 years and has tried a variety of jury cases and says his legal experience makes him the most qualified candidate for the job. 

"Knowing how to try a case, knowing the issues, the procedural aspects of trying a case, is most important and I think that's going to be the most important thing certainly in my campaign," he said.  

Nelson graduated with his law degree from Texas Tech and handles casualty insurance, trucking litigation, commercial, personal injury and real estate law.  

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