Sara E. Compher-Rice

Sara E. Compher-Rice

550 W Main Ave Ste 730
Knoxville, TN 37902

Phone: 865-249-7200

Website: http://www.duiknoxville.com

Faculty National Task Force Task-Force-Chair General Member

About Sara E. Compher-Rice

Sara Compher-Rice graduated magna cum laude from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 2002, and was also elected to the Order of the Coif. Since her graduation, Ms. Compher-Rice has practiced with Steve Oberman, forming the Oberman & Rice Law Firm in 2010. Sara focuses her practice on criminal defense, with an emphasis on DUI defense. She is a member of the National College for DUI Defense and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, where she serves on the DUI Committee. Sara is a graduate of the following National College for DUI Defense Seminars: 2003 Summer Session; 2004 Summer Session; 2005 Winter Session; 2006 Summer Session; 2010 Winter Session; 2015 Serious Science Blood Alcohol Analysis and Trial Advocacy Graduate


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