BWI Accident Attorney Serving Missouri
Many boating accidents are alcohol-related, and the Water Patrol will naturally investigate that angle. If you are charged with boating while intoxicated (BWI) in connection with an injury accident or fatality, you could be facing prison time and a felony record.
The law firm of Travis Noble, P.C., represents operators of boats and personal watercraft who face criminal charges for a BWI accident. We can assert your rights if you have been arrested or questioned and aggressively challenge the prosecution’s case if you are charged.
Based in St. Louis, we handle allegations of alcohol-related boat accidents on the Mississippi River, the Missouri River and other bodies of water throughout Missouri.
Call us today at 314-450-7849 to arrange a free consultation with a renowned drunk driving defense attorney.
St. Louis Boating While Intoxicated Attorney
Boat accidents are complex and so are arrests for boating while intoxicated. There are many similarities between DWI and BWI, but your attorney must be familiar with the important differences. Criminal defense trial lawyer Travis Noble Jr. regularly defends clients accused of serious felony charges, including DWI accidents. He is also a former police officer and narcotics agent who can deconstruct the accident investigation and the DWI/DUI aspect. He understands what law enforcement officers should do and he is skilled at exploiting their mistakes or shortcuts.
Injury Accidents From Boating While Intoxicated (BWI)
Our firm can defend you in any BWI accident scenario:
- Collisions between boats and/or personal watercraft
- Swimmers struck by a boat or Jet Ski
- Passengers injured in colliding with a dock, pier or bridge
- Falls overboard or drownings
- Criminal negligence (operating at night without lights, no life jackets onboard, etc.)
Travis Noble attacks the underlying intoxication charge and creates reasonable doubt about what else may have caused or contributed to the accident. He makes every effort to avoid a felony conviction or a jail or prison term, through motions, negotiations or representation at trial.