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When a drunk driver is in a car collision that results in another person suffering a serious bodily injury, the drunk driver could be charged with intoxication assault. The State can also charge an individual with intoxication assault if a person operating a boat or aircraft while intoxicated and another person is seriously injured during a collision.
James Aulbaugh has worked numerous intoxication assaults during his career and can help you avoid serious criminal penalties. James Aulbaugh, your Dallas intoxication assault defense lawyer, can thoroughly investigate the collision, collect evidence to determine fault, review if law enforcement officials violated your rights, and build a strong and effective defense to get your charges or penalties reduced or get the case dismissed.
Why Hire James Aulbaugh?
- Former Chief Felony Prosecutor
- Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist
- Extensive experience handling intoxication related offenses
- Extensive Jury Trial Experience, Include several Intoxication Assaults/Manslaughters
As a former Chief Felony Prosecutor and Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist, James Aulbaugh is ready to assist you with your case. Call Today: 214-500-0430.
What is Intoxication Assault in Texas?
Texas defines intoxication as having lost the normal use of your mental or physical faculties due to the introduction of drugs or alcohol, or having a blood alcohol content (BAC) at or above a .08. Intoxication Assault requires proof beyond a reasonable doubt that a person was operating the vehicle, while intoxicated, and by reason of that intoxication, causes serious bodily injury to another. Serious bodily injury is an injury that creates a significant risk of death or results in impairment or loss of a bodily function or organ, or permanent disfigurement.
Intoxication Assault Texas Penalties
Intoxication assault is a third-degree felony. A conviction carries a prison sentence of 2 to 10 years and fine up to $10,000.
The penalty range can be further enhanced if the offense caused brain damage or left another person in a persistent vegetative state, or if the accident involved a police officer, firefighter, or emergency medical personnel,
Trust Us With Your Texas Intoxication Assault Case
James Aulbaugh, your Dallas intoxication assault defense lawyer, can evaluate your case and determine all your available legal options to get the most favorable outcome. Call today! 214-500-0430