Texas Drunk Driving, Intoxication Manslaughter, and Alcohol-Related Offenses
DWI • Intoxication Manslaughter • Implied Consent Violations
The Law Offices of Edward Garza can help you if you've been stopped for drunk driving or arrested for an alcohol-related injury or death. He has obtained dismissals of several intoxication offenses on behalf of clients, and has helped hundreds more minimize the consequences of a DWI arrest.
Experienced Drunk Driving Defense
- First offense DWI/DUI
- Repeat offender drunk driving
- Violation of Texas implied consent laws (refusing a breathalyzer test)
- Intoxication assault
- Intoxication manslaughter
Arrested for DWI?
In Texas, you can be charged with DWI if (a) your blood-alcohol content (BAC) is measured at .08 or greater, or (b) your BAC is less than .08, but the arresting officer observed signs of impaired driving due to alcohol or drugs.
Contact the Law Offices of Edward Garza before making any statements to the police. Mr. Garza will aggressively challenge the legality of the traffic stop and subsequent field sobriety or BAC tests. His goal is to help you avoid jail time, license suspension, steep fines, and other harsh consequences through pre-trial motions, plea bargains, or taking your case to trial.
Experience Defending Intoxication Manslaughter
A DWI accident resulting in death (intoxication manslaughter) is a serious felony crime punishable by up to 20 years in prison and $10,000 in fines. A drunk driving accident causing serious bodily injury (intoxication assault) carries a prison term of up to 10 years. Even a crash resulting only in property damage can add serious charges to your DWI arrest.
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Contact us today at 1-800-234-HURT to learn more about how we can assist you.