Cases We Handle

The attorneys of Oberman & Rice are licensed to practice in all Tennessee Courts, including both State and Federal jurisdictions. Although best known for their work as DUI lawyers in Tennessee, Mr. Oberman and Ms. Compher-Rice regularly assist those charged with a variety of criminal offenses, both misdemeanors and felonies.

A Tennessee DUI offense is often accompanied by other related criminal charges, such as Traffic Offenses (e.g., Speeding, Following Too Close, Failure to Yield), Misdemeanor Offenses (e.g., Simple Possession, Underage Consumption of Alcohol, Reckless Driving, Driving a Revoked License), and Felony Offenses (e.g., Vehicular Assault, Reckless Endangerment, Habitual Motor Vehicle Offender). Whether it be a traffic violation or serious felony offense, the Oberman & Rice law firm is prepared to represent you and protect your legal rights.

Although not a criminal offense, Tennessee DUI defendants may also experience the seizure and forfeiture of their vehicle as a result of their criminal charge. Our lawyers are also available to represent those facing forfeiture proceedings before the Tennessee Department of Safety.

The best way to determine if a client has a viable defense or claim is to meet with an attorney of the Oberman & Rice law firm as soon as possible. A prompt investigation of the facts and circumstances dramatically increases the client’s chances of obtaining the best possible result.

Cases We Handle

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bail for a felony
June 11, 2024

Bail for a Felony Criminal Offense Just Became More Restrictive

Being arrested for any criminal offense is never a positive experience.  In Tennessee, two main genres of criminal offenses exist.  The first, is a Misdemeanor offense.  These offenses are typically considered less serious offenses (with some serious exceptions, of course).  […]

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underage drinking
May 11, 2024

Underage Consumption of Alcohol in Tennessee is more of a headache than you think.

As most folks should know, if you are under the age of 21 you are not allowed to consume alcohol in Tennessee (and all other states in the U.S.).  In fact, an underage person who has been drinking or is […]

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April 12, 2024

New DUI Law Alert–Work Release Requirement Update

The Tennessee Legislature passed several new laws that became effective on January 1, 2024.  One DUI related law involves the Tennessee Work Release Program.  Work release is a form of probation that may be used, in certain circumstances, after a person has […]

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Oberman & Rice
550 Main Street
Suite 730
Knoxville, TN 37902

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