Houston Felony DWI Lawyer
Premier DWI Defense in Fort Bend County
The state of Texas is one of the nation's leaders in drunk driving
offenses. If you were arrested for any alcohol-related crime, such as
DWI (driving while intoxicated) or
intoxicated manslaughter, you could potentially be risking your future and freedoms. At Stornello
& Correro Law Firm, PLLC, we are committed to ensuring that our clients
receive a favorable outcome for their case and work diligently to provide
a positive resolution.
To learn about our defense services,
call (281) 369-4506.
What Are Felony DWI Offenses?
In the state of Texas, there are four types of crimes that can be considered
as felony dwi offenses. If you or a loved one was arrested for any of
the following offenses, you need to immediately contact a Houston
DWI attorney at Stornello & Correro Law Firm, PLLC.
DWI Third: Two convictions for drunk driving means that a third will incur enhanced
penalties. If 10 years have passed from the date of the most recent DWI
conviction, your arrest may be considered a Class B
misdemeanor charge, but if this third charge occurred within 10 years of your last
arrest, you could be subjected to prison time and steep fines.
Intoxication Assault: Intoxication assault is defined under Texas Penal Code §49.07 and
can be charged against someone who acted in a negligent manner that resulted
in serious bodily injury to another person. This is a felony offense that
could potentially result in prison time, fines and probation.
Intoxication Manslaughter: This is the most serious type of DWI offense that you could receive.
Intoxication manslaughter is the act of negligently operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol
that results in the death of another person.
DWI with a Minor Passenger: If a child under the age of 15 was in the vehicle at the time of the accident
or arrest, you could be charged with a DWI with a child passenger. This
offense is outlined in the Texas Penal Code §49.045.
Get Aggressive Representation In Fort Bend County
Felony drunk driving offenses require
criminal defense attorneys who understand the laws regarding Texas DWI statutes. At our
firm, we are proud to have assisted countless clients in obtaining favorable
resolutions for their criminal accusations. One of our lawyers,
Attorney Stornello, is a
former prosecutor and therefore knows exactly what to look for in the prosecutor's case.
Our firm is not afraid to challenge evidence collected through your DWI
and during your arrest, and we can diligently help you defend your rights
and freedoms. Visit our
DWI FAQ page for more information about drunk driving cases.
If you have questions or concerns regarding your situation, do not hesitate
to contact Stornello & Correro Law Firm, PLLC today and schedule a
free case evaluation as soon as possible. You deserve trusted defense!