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San Antonio Intoxication Manslaughter Attorney

Representing You in the Face of Serious Criminal Charges

Although intoxication manslaughter requires proof of a reckless act or reckless driving, it is one of the most difficult types of criminal charges to defend against. Acting recklessly means the accused knew his behavior posed a substantial and unjustifiable risk, but disregarded that risk and acted anyway.

Obviously, even defining this term doesn’t help much with the vagueness of this crime. Often, the decision about whether or not an act was done recklessly is up to the District Attorney. Because of this, it is crucial that you contact an attorney if you or a loved one has been arrested for intoxication manslaughter in Bexar County or throughout the state of Texas. An experienced criminal defense lawyer will be able to fight the charges against you by working to prove your behavior wasn’t reckless.

At the Law Office of Derek W. Emmons, P.C., our San Antonio intoxication manslaughter attorney, Derek W. Emmons, is well-versed in all aspects of DWI offenses and related charges. With over 20 years of legal experience, both as a criminal defense attorney and a former prosecutor, he understands the ins and outs of the criminal justice, as well as how the process works and what is at stake. Our team is prepared to aggressively advocate for you.

Contact us online or call (210) 702-3054 for a no-cost consultation and case evaluation.

Why You Need a Lawyer for Manslaughter Charges

If you are facing charges of manslaughter, including intoxication manslaughter, it is essential that you work quickly to obtain skilled legal guidance. After so doing, it is advisable to not discuss your case with any officials but, rather, refer them to your attorney.

Giving information to police or homicide investigators that can later be used against you can negate certain criminal defense elements of your case. Refrain from discussing your case with law enforcement officials, investigators, or anyone other than your attorney.

Contact Criminal Defense Attorney Derek Emmons

Intoxication manslaughter charges are very serious. Whether you have been arrested on suspicion of committing such a crime or your loved one has been charged with manslaughter, it is in your best interests to reach out to the Law Office of Derek W. Emmons, P.C. right away for knowledgeable legal counsel and skilled representation. Our San Antonio DWI defense lawyer can help you understand your charges and your best course of legal action. We provide personalized legal strategies tailored to your unique situation.

If you or a loved one is facing intoxication manslaughter charges, be smart, exercise your right to remain silent, and contact the seasoned criminal defense lawyer at our firm. Together, we can protect your future.

Your initial consultation is completely free and confidential. Call (210) 702-3054 today.

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Derek W. Emmons fights for the rights of those falsely accused of a crime in the San Antonio area. His skill, tenacity, and experience are committed to protecting your rights.

You can always expect aggressive representation, personal attention, and dedicated service. For over 20 years, Derek W. Emmons has gone above and beyond for his clients and will do everything possible to help you avoid a criminal conviction.

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