When a DWI results in a drunk driving accident that causes serious bodily injury to another person, you can be sure that the prosecutors and judge are going to be coming after you hard. The state of Texas takes a tough stand against intoxication assault. It’s a third degree felony, and if you’re found guilty, you could spend 2-10 years behind bars, be placed on probation, be forced to complete hundreds of hours of community service, and/or face fines of up to $10,000.
With the possibility of such serious, life-changing consequences, it’s imperative that you speak to a criminal defense attorney immediately if you’ve been charged with intoxication assault. The odds are stacked against you, and your freedom is at stake. That’s why you need to contact Jay Cohen immediately.
I’m Jay Cohen, and I want to fight to protect your rights and preserve your freedom. Because I specialize in DWI cases, I’m well versed in the intricacies of intoxication assault cases. I understand what’s at stake, and I have the knowledge, experience, and aggressive approach to ensure you get fair representation in your case.
My approach is simple:
- Educate the client – Your head is spinning right now. Your whole world has been turned upside down, and you don’t know what’s coming next. I understand the confusion, fear, panic, and other cocktail of emotions you’re feeling. I’m here to answer your questions and provide sound legal advice to help guide you through this time. I even offer free, no obligation case evaluations just to help anyone who finds themselves charged with a serious crime. Click here to schedule a case evaluation today.
- Act quickly and decisively – When you’re charged with intoxication assault, you have to take action fast. I can immediately jump into action to investigate all of the evidence and details surrounding your case, and I’ll go to work aggressively defending you and fighting for a positive outcome for your case.
- Never stop fighting for your rights – Just because you’re charged with intoxication assault doesn’t mean you’re guilty. And it sure doesn’t mean your rights can be ignored. I’m here to make sure your rights are always protected, and I’ll fight hard for your freedom.