Tad Nelson & Associates: Sexual Offenses Against Children — Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas
Child sexual abuse is taken very seriously by our communities and by law enforcement. Being accused of such a serious crime can be traumatic, as you face a future with curtailed rights and the label of sex offender. If you have been accused of committing a sexual offense against a child, you need to get in touch with an accomplished criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
If you have been arrested, or are even being investigated, for child sexual abuse, contact us immediately for a consultation. We accept credit cards and are available evenings, weekends and off-site for consultations. Call 281-667-4579 or toll-free 866-550-8295 now.
Aggressively Fighting Child Sexual Abuse Charges
At Tad Nelson & Associates, we are supremely qualified to handle your defense. Attorney Tad Nelson, a former assistant district attorney, is board-certified* in criminal trial law. We have distinguished representation of winning big cases at trial and will provide you with straightforward advice and skilled representation as we seek to have the charges against you dismissed.
Child sexual abuse charges, such as incest or child molestation, can result in severe consequences, including:
- Mandatory prison time
- 25 years to life in prison
- Registration as a sex offender
- Sexual counseling
- Trouble finding employment
- Being stigmatized in the community and before friends and family
As you face the devastating consequences of a conviction, it is important to have our experience on your side in order to secure the best possible result. Because people charged with sex offenses are unfairly presumed to be guilty, we believe the best route is to mount an aggressive defense at trial.
Put a board-certified* criminal defense attorney on your side. Contact us today for a consultation. All major credit cards are accepted.
* 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.