Texas Criminal Mischief Lawyer
Petty Crime and Criminal Mischief Defense Lawyer —
Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas
Some may say it’s “just boys being boys”, but law enforcement officials and district attorneys say otherwise. If you or a loved one is facing charges of criminal mischief, it is in your best interest to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney capable of winning criminal trials in Texas courts.
At Tad Nelson & Associates, we are committed to defending the rights of people throughout Texas, including the Galveston County and Houston metro areas. Tad Nelson, board-certified* in criminal trial law, is a former assistant district attorney who understands how the prosecution approaches criminal mischief cases.
Don’t let a one-time mistake ruin your good name. If you are facing charges of criminal mischief it is important to speak with an experienced petty crime attorney. For a consultation, call (281) 280-0100.
A Defense Against Petty Crimes and Property Damage Charges
The act of vandalism, the act of damaging someone’s property or vehicle, is called criminal mischief in Texas. Our firm aggressively represents people facing criminal mischief charges stemming from, among other things:
- Defacing property
- Damaging an automobile
- Breaking windows
- Damaging or destroying school property
- Damaging or destroying homes
While acts of criminal mischief do not rise to the level of felony crimes, they can still be very damaging to your reputation when they show up as part of a background check. That could damage your employment prospects, allowing the damage from a conviction to haunt you for decades.
Put a Board-Certified* Criminal Defense Attorney on Your Side
To arrange a consultation with an attorney, contact us today. We accept 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.