Archive for February, 2011
Tennessee law prohibits a motorist from driving “under the influence” as explained in Tennessee Code Annotated § 55-10-401. What most people do not understand is that driving “drunk” is actually not the legal equivalent to being “under the influence.” Steve Oberman explains this distinction and what it means to drive “under this influence” in this week’s podcast: Defining “Under the Influence.”
A video version of this podcast may also be viewed by clicking here.
If you have any questions about the offense of Driving Under the Influence, feel free to visit the Oberman & Rice websites at www.tndui.com and www.duiknoxville.com. You may also contact Steve or Sara by calling (865) 249-7200.
The Oberman & Rice Law Firm is pleased to announce the creation of The DUI Law Podcast. The DUI Law Podcast features former Dean of the National College for DUI Defense, Inc., and managing attorney of Oberman & Rice, Steve Oberman. Each episode Steve will expound on a different area of DUI laws, including, but not limited to, information about the DUI arrest, the science surrounding DUI laws, and how to choose the best DUI attorney to handle your case.
We hope you enjoy the first episode, in which Steve reviews a recent study relating to how many people drive while under the influence each year.