Intoxicated Manslaughter

Intoxication Manslaughter | Vehicular Homicide | Murder Charges

Intoxication manslaughter (sometimes referred to as “intoxicated manslaughter” or “vehicular homicide”) is a serious offense. In Texas, a person commits intoxication manslaughter if he or she causes the death of another as the result of doing any of the following while intoxicated: operating a motor vehicle in a public place; operating an aircraft, watercraft, or amusement ride; or assembling a mobile amusement ride.

Located in Dallas, Texas, and serving the communities in and around the DFW Metroplex and North Texas, the Law Office of Phillip Hayes provides those accused of intoxication manslaughter or vehicular homicide with an experienced, aggressive defense.

Capital murder defense lawyer and Texas native Phillip Hayes is a former prosecutor and experienced criminal defense attorney. He has over 10 years’ experience in criminal law, and his practice is dedicated to criminal defense. He has extensive experience handling intoxication manslaughter cases as both prosecuting attorney and defense lawyer.

His experience trying intoxication manslaughter charges as a former prosecutor gives him unique insight into the strengths and weaknesses of the government’s case and helps him formulate effective defense strategies.

For additional information about our qualifications and the quality of our services, visit our Benefits of Retaining Attorney Phillip Hayes page.

Experienced Dallas, Texas Intoxication Manslaughter Defense Lawyer

Having an experienced criminal defense lawyer at your side to protect your rights and strive for the best possible outcome is essential when facing any type of murder charges, including intoxication manslaughter.

Because a proper investigation is vital to your case, it is important that you retain a criminal defense attorney with extensive experience defending against intoxication manslaughter charges. The sooner you retain a lawyer, the better. Your defense will likely depend on an accident reconstruction (if a vehicle was involved), forensic evidence, blood-alcohol content tests (BAC tests) and medical expert testimony.

We retain quality private investigators, and our ties to North Texas provide us with an extensive network of experts and professionals to call upon if needed. We understand the consequences of a conviction and are here to help you.

Contact a Skilled Dallas Intoxication Manslaughter Defense Lawyer Today

Obtaining a criminal defense lawyer with extensive trial experience, especially intoxication manslaughter trial experience, can significantly affect the outcome of your case. We will help you understand the charges you face and explain your options to you.

For additional information about intoxication manslaughter charges, or to discuss your particular charges in confidence with an experienced Dallas criminal defense lawyer, please schedule a consultation by calling attorney Phillip Hayes at 214-774-0488.

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