Houston Intoxication Manslaughter Lawyers
Sugar Land, Texas DWI Assault Attorneys
If you have been charged with DWI after an accident with injuries, your attorney will need the skills and experience to prove that the accident was not necessarily the result of your blood alcohol level. That means challenging the circumstances and evidence the prosecutor will use against you. Your legal problem is serious and it won't take care of itself. You need an aggressive defense.
Nearly 25 years of DWI Defense Experience
Certified Criminal Law Specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
The Law Office of Joseph Salhab has been providing aggressive defense representation for people charged with intoxication assault and intoxication manslaughter since we opened our doors in 1988. We take DWI charges seriously and know that many innocent families suffer every year because of catastrophic injuries and loss caused by drunk drivers. In many cases, we find that the facts of the accident must be separated from the driver's level of impairment. We have the professional experience and resources to thoroughly investigate the facts, including using the testimony of accident reconstruction specialists and DWI experts to prepare our case.
When you are charged with intoxication manslaughter or DWI assault, you have more than just the prosecutor against you. You have the victim's family and the public screaming for your head. You don't have to go through this alone. We will fight aggressively to protect your rights and your future.
Contact our offices to talk to attorney Joseph Salhab about the circumstances of your DWI charge and accident. We are recognized throughout South Texas for our integrity and passionate representation. Right now — is there anything more important than your lawyer's experience?
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