OWI Causing Serious Bodily Injury
Let Our Fort Wayne OWI Lawyers Protect Your Rights
If you have been arrested for OWI causing another person serious physical injury, you can be charged with a felony in Indiana. The class of felony and potential penalties depend on various factors, including if you have previously been convicted of an OWI conviction.
At the law offices of Arnold Terrill, P.C., we have the comprehensive knowledge of Indiana laws court proceedings in order to protect your rights, reputation, and freedom. With over 75 years of experience, our Fort Wayne OWI lawyers can develop an aggressive and personalized strategy specifically for your case.
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Penalties for OWI Causing Injury
A first offense is a Level 6 felony, which is punishable by a prison sentence between six months and two and a half years and a fine of up to $10,000. If you have a previous OWI conviction within the past seven years, the offense is considered a Level 5 felony. A Level 5 felony is punishable by a prison sentence between one and six years and a fine of up to $10,000. If you injure more than one person, you can be charged with separate felonies for each person who was hurt.
Experienced & Skilled Legal Representation
OWI charges in Indiana can hinge on very complicated and technical laws and information, which require the legal assistance of a qualified criminal defense attorney. We have an extensive track record of success helping our clients get their lives back on track. Do not hesitate to obtain our services in order to get your charges reduced or your entire case dismissed.
Contact Arnold Terrill, P.C. and schedule your free consultation today.
Our firm has built a great reputation due to our proven track record of success in complex cases.
Our legal team will provide a vigorous defense regardless of the severity of the charge.
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At Arnold Terrill, P.C, our attorneys have a combined 75 years of legal experience.