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Houston Solicitation Attorney

Solicitation Attorney Houston

Prostitution Defense — Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas

An arrest for solicitation of prostitution can damage many areas of your life. Your marriage, your job and your reputation in the community may be at stake. If you are known in the community — as a public official or as a teacher, for example — you want to find legal defense that is discreet and confidential. You also want to obtain legal defense that is focused on helping you avoid the punishment of a sex crimes. These punishments include jail time, large fines and sex offender registration. Our firm consistently strives to have charges against you dropped or dismissed.

If you are facing a prostitution arrest, seek experienced legal help today. Schedule your consultation with Houston solicitation attorney Tad Nelson & Associates by calling (281) 280-0100.

Entrapment and Other Possible Defenses

Attorney Tad Nelson thoroughly and carefully analyzes the evidence surrounding the arrest. For many charged with prostitution or solicitation, the evidence is often circumstantial. Law enforcement agencies routinely conduct sting operations, entrapping innocent people. Our firm will scrutinize the circumstances surrounding the arrest. We are dedicated to building the strongest defense possible on your behalf.

If convicted of prostitution or solicitation, the sex crime conviction will be with you for life. It is important to obtain legal help as soon as you can. Your rights, freedom and future are on the line.

Put a *Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialist and Former Assistant District Attorney in Your Corner.

For experienced defense of prostitution or solicitation of a prostitute, call our offices at (281) 280-0100. You can also email us and someone will contact you promptly.

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Evening, Weekend and Off-Site Appointments Available

*The Texas Board of Legal Specialization certifies attorneys in 20 specific areas of law; certification in any of these areas requires substantial demonstrated experience and skill, positive peer evaluations, ongoing legal education commitments, and the passage of a rigorous test.