Felony DWI in Dallas, Plano & Collin County Texas
Counsel from a Proven North Texas DWI Attorney
In many cases, a DWI is classified by a misdemeanor in Texas, but there several cases in which the infraction is considered serious enough to be defined as a felony. These DWI felonies carry serious charges that can range from hefty fines to prison time.
At The Wilder Firm, we know all too well that these sentences can be life altering. Our 20 years of experience means we’ve seen and fought countless DWI felony charges in court and our successful record speaks for itself. Call us today for a free consultation regarding your charges. A proven Texas DWI defense attorney is standing by to hear your story!
Types of DWI Penalties & Charges
There are four types of DWI felonies in Texas, each carrying their own set of circumstances—and each calling for serious defense representation.
A person could face felony level charges for the following:
- A third DWI
- DWI with a child passenger (under the age of 15)
- Intoxication assault (DWI accident resulting in injuries)
- Intoxication manslaughter
Penalties for these felonies can vary. A third DWI and intoxication assault are third degree felonies that can both result in prison time—as can manslaughter, which is a second degree felony. DWI with a child passenger is defined as a state jail felony, which can result in up to two years in a state jail facility. All of these sentences are subject to fines up to $10,000 and up to two years of license suspension.
The Wilder Firm is Ready to Represent You
If you or a loved one are facing felony DWI charges, then you shouldn’t wait another moment to acquire capable representation. At The Wilder Firm, we’ve accumulated over two decades of experience dealing with DWI cases, many of them felonies, and have always strived for the best interests of our clients. Again and again, The Wilder Firm’s clients have walked away from court with reduced charges and even acquittals.
We’re ready to bring that same dedication and award-winning representation to your case. You don’t have to spend another day worrying about your felony DWI case. An experienced Texas DWI defense attorney is ready to hear from you today.
Contact us for a free consultation.
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