Arrin R. Zadeh

Arrin R. Zadeh

550 Main Street Suite 730
Knoxville, TN 37849

Phone: 865-249-7200


State DelegateGeneral Member

About Arrin R. Zadeh

Arrin A.Z. Zadeh joined the Oberman & Rice Law Firm in 2014, and his office is located in Knoxville, Tennessee. A.Z. was asked to be partner at Oberman & Rice in 2017. Before joining Oberman & Rice, A.Z. served many years as an Assistant Public Defender for Knox County, Tennessee. During his tenure, he represented clients charged with everything from serious felony offenses to traffic tickets. In his final years of public service, A.Z. was assigned to the DUI Division of Knox County, TN Sessions Court where he successfully defended hundreds of clients charged with both misdemeanor and felony offenses of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. A.Z. joined NCDD in 2014 and since becoming a member of NCDD A.Z. has been given the responsibility of being the State Delegate for the State of Tennessee. If you have any questions concerning DUI offenses in Tennessee please feel free to give him a call or to send him an email.

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