Houston Intoxicated Manslaughter Lawyer
A Tenacious Defense Against 2nd Degree Felony Charges — Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas
Chances are you haven’t had any trouble with the law throughout your life. But if you have been arrested for or charged with intoxicated manslaughter, you are suddenly facing severe penalties including large fines, up to 10 years of jail time and a driver’s license suspension of up to one year. To protect your rights, freedoms and your good name, it is critical to have an experienced intoxicated manslaughter attorney on your side.
At Tad Nelson & Associates in League City, Texas, we combine big city experience with small town values, providing our clients with skilled representation and honest legal advice in the Houston metro area. If you are facing intoxicated manslaughter charges, we can help. Call 281-280-0100 for a consultation with an attorney.
Intoxicated Manslaughter Defense Experience You Can Count On
Our firm has extensive experience trying DWI and intoxicated manslaughter cases in Texas courts. Attorney Tad Nelson, a former assistant district attorney and board-certified criminal trial lawyer*, and his team have successfully handled thousands of DWI cases in Harris County, Montgomery County and Galveston County.
Having experienced these cases as a prosecutor and a defense attorney, he understands how the prosecution explores these cases and the most effective ways to communicate with juries. His hard-working style has achieved exceptional results for people facing serious DWI charges such as intoxicated manslaughter.
Despite our distinguished record as a successful DWI defense firm, we are not resting on our laurels. Because laws and intoxication detection techniques are always changing, Tad Nelson and our team attend frequent seminars, workshops and classes on DWI defense.
Put a Board-Certified Criminal Defense Lawyer on Your Side
To discuss your situation with a dedicated attorney, contact us today. All major credit cards are accepted and we are available for evening, weekend and off-site appointments.
* The Texas Board of Legal Specialization certifies attorneys in 20 specific areas of law; certification in any of these areas requires substantial demonstrated experience and skill, positive peer evaluations, ongoing legal education commitments, and the passage of a rigorous test.