Chad Schreiber has his law license pending approval
Drunk driver hit motorcycle, she died; she was drunk too, now he may only get probation as he begins his career as an attorney
SAN ANTONIO – A couple whose daughter was run down and killed by a drunk driver back in 2009 is devastated to have waited this long for a trial they have learned will never happen.
The charges for the driver, 27-year-old Chad William Schreiber, have been reduced from intoxication manslaughter to driving while intoxicated. A plea agreement was reached in the case on Friday when Schreiber pleaded no contest to the DWI misdemeanor charge, which carries a maximum sentence of six months jail time. He is scheduled to be sentenced in 30 days.
John and Alma Presa lost their daughter, 24-year-old Pamela Presa ….MORE
From San Antonio Express-News
A soon-to-be lawyer who was charged with intoxication manslaughter four years ago after he ran over a motorcyclist while driving home from a St. Mary’s law school function instead pleaded no contest Friday to misdemeanor driving while intoxicated.
Although a blood test showed Chad William Schreiber, 27, to have an alcohol level of .13 — just more than 11/2 times the legal limit of .08 — police who responded to the scene were not sure that his intoxication was the cause of the wreck.
Prosecutors would have needed to convince jurors alcohol was the cause to have obtained an intoxication manslaughter conviction at trial, Assistant District Attorney David Henderson said Friday as the plea agreement was approved….MORE