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Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy
5700 Granite Pkwy #200
Plano , Texas , 75024 USA
(469) 304-3422

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Due to the overwhelming frequency of alcohol-related accidents, most people are aware of the risks and laws associated with driving while intoxicated. Safe driving campaigns have made the alarming rate of drunk driving accidents apparent; however, fewer people consider the risks associated with flying while intoxicated.

Flying while intoxicated is an extremely dangerous act that the state takes seriously, but it is not impossible to challenge these charges. A proper criminal defense attorney can help you develop a defense tailored to your circumstances.

Lawyer for Flying While Intoxicated Charges in Plano, Allen, Frisco, and McKinney, TX

Were you charged with operating an aircraft while intoxicated in Collin County, Texas? If you or someone you know is on these charges or a related offense including driving while intoxicated or possessing an open container, call the Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy at (469) 304-3422 today.

One of our criminal defense attorneys can walk you through the legal process, and explain the most likely outcome of your case.

Representing clients out of two Plano locations and one Allen, Texas office, our firm also accepts clients in Frisco, Dallas, Richardson, Carrollton, and McKinney. Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy also accept clients out of Denton County, Grayson County, Fannin County, and Rockwall County. Call today to get started on your defense.

Flying While Intoxicated Defined under §49.05

Texas Statute §49.05 regarding flying while intoxicated is direct and simple. Texas law prohibits individuals from operating an aircraft while intoxicated. The statute defines intoxication as a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 or higher, or consumption of enough alcohol and/or drugs to restrict the normal use of mental or physical faculties.

Violation of this section is categorized as a Class B misdemeanor punishable by a minimum of 72 hours in confinement. This penalty may be enhanced to a Class A misdemeanor, punishable by a minimum of thirty (30) days in confinement if, at trial, the defendant was previously convicted of the same offense or a similar offense.

Airport Closest to Plano, Texas

Below is a list of some of the airport facilities closest to Plano, Texas.

  • DFW International Airport
  • Tyler Pounds Regional Airport
  • Dallas Love Airport
  • Waco Regional Airport

Flying While Intoxicated

Flying While Intoxicated Additional Resources

Flying While Intoxicated under §49.05– Visit the Texas Penal Code website of the Texas State Legislature to find out more about operating an aircraft while intoxicated. This website also provides statutes on related offenses including driving while intoxicated. Also, find information on penalties for alcohol-related offenses.

About the TXAA– Visit the TXAA website of the Texas Aviation Association to learn more about federal regulations for aviation. This website provides information on aviation licenses. Also, find more on federal regulations and penalties for violation of aviation laws.

Red Light Camera Program– Visit the website of the Plano, Texas Police Department to find out more about Plano’s red-light camera program. This website provides information on the history of the program, statistics on traffic injuries, and estimated costs of traffic collisions. Also, find information on paying traffic citation fines.

Find A Collin County Attorney to Fight Flying While Intoxicated Charges | Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy

If you were charged with operating an aircraft while intoxicated, your reputation is at stake. If you live in the Plano area or the surrounding areas of Allen, Frisco, Carrollton, Dallas, and Richardson, call the Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy at (469) 304-3422 to schedule your free consultation.

This firm also serves Collin County, Denton County, Rockwall County, Fannin County, and Grayson County.

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