Sex Crimes Attorney Houston

Are You Being Investigated for a Sex Crime? We Can Help — Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas

Being implicated in a sex crimes investigation can be very unsettling, even frightening as you consider the impact that sex crimes charges could have on your life and your family. If you know or suspect that you are the target of a sex crimes investigation, it is critical to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney at Tad Nelson & Associates.

Sex Crimes Representation in Houston and Galveston County, Texas

As a result of his many years of experience defending people charged with sex crimes, attorney Tad Nelson believes the best way to face these charges is to proceed to trial. For that reason, if you are being investigated, it is important to begin preparing as though charges will be filed and a trial will occur.

Don’t ever speak to the police without an attorney at your side. To speak with a board-certified* criminal defense attorney in Houston about your situation, call (281) 280-0100 for a consultation.

The Police are Not on Your Side

If your name has come up as part of a sex crime investigation, it is not in your interest to speak to the police or investigators without an attorney present. Whether there have been rumors in the family that may lead to an investigation or an investigation has already begun, it is never too early to have an experienced lawyer protecting your rights.

If charges are brought against you, you could be facing harsh criminal penalties such as mandatory prison sentences in addition to the stigma you will face as a registered sex offender, making it practically impossible to live your life in privacy.

Put a *Board-Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer on Your Side

Before speaking with the police about their sex crime investigation or submitting to a polygraph exam, contact us for a consultation. We accept all major credit cards and are available for evening, weekend and off-site consultations.

* 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.