Defending Intoxication Manslaughter Charges
Bryan Intoxication Manslaughter Lawyer: (888) 883-2480
Intoxication manslaughter is a charge that results when an individual kills
another person while driving intoxicated. The victim can be a passenger,
another driver, or a pedestrian. The victim's death can also be a
result of the injuries caused, and not necessarily immediately at the
time of the crash. Intoxication manslaughter is a serious charge, so call
an experienced Bryan Texas intoxication manslaughter attorney at Greening
Law, PC immediately the moment the accident occurred.
We can get to work immediately to investigate the details of the crash,
whether or not intoxication was a factor, and whether or not your alleged
intoxication caused the victim's death. You can count on us to aggressively
look into every detail and every shred of evidence in order to weaken
the prosecutor's case.
to discuss your charges.
Intoxication Manslaughter Penalties
In Texas, intoxication manslaughter can be charged as a felony, which can
lead to serious penalties if convicted.
Penalties for intoxication manslaughter can include:
- Up to 20 years in prison
- Up to $10,000 in fines
- Additional penalties for each victim killed
- Community service
The penalties are assessed according to the severity of the crime and the
number of victims. If there are multiple victims, a judge may stack the
punishments, resulting in possibly longer jail time and higher fines.
There is a lot at stake here, including your freedom and future, so don't
delay in working with a
criminal defense lawyer in Bryan, TX.
Fight Your Charges with a Former Prosecutor
As a former district attorney and county attorney, our lead Bryan, TX criminal
defense lawyer has handled numerous DWI felony cases, including those
involving intoxication manslaughter. We understand how the state prepares
cases and how they investigate. We can use this insider knowledge to your
advantage when preparing your defense.
Our lead attorney, Craig Greening, is also
Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law. This means that he has earned the right to call himself a specialist
in criminal trial law, a distinction that only less than 10% of attorneys
can claim. He brings his in-depth knowledge of criminal law and cutting-edge
trial strategies to each client who comes to our office.
Call our team
at (888) 883-2480 for help. We welcome clients from Houston, Dallas, and Austin.