Texas Human Trafficking Lawyer
Defense Against Human Trafficking Charges Involving Forced Prostitution and Forced Labor — Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas
With the illegal sex trade and illegal immigration becoming much bigger issues in recent years, it is more important than ever to have an experienced attorney on your side if you are facing human trafficking charges. Depending on the specifics of your case, the consequences can vary, but they are all very serious.
At Tad Nelson & Associates, we have extensive experience fighting felony criminal charges in the Houston and Galveston County metro areas. We combine big city experience with small town values, encouraging questions and providing our clients with the honest legal advice they need during a difficult time.
To discuss the charges against you with an experienced criminal defense attorney, contact us today. We are available for evening, weekend and off-site consultations.
A Vigorous Defense Against Human Trafficking Charges
Attorney Tad Nelson, a former assistant district attorney, is board-certified* in criminal trial law and provides people with an aggressive defense against human trafficking charges including cases involving:
- Trafficking of women or children as part of the illegal sex trade
- Trafficking of illegal or undocumented workers, violating U.S. immigration laws
- Promoting human trafficking
- Trafficking humans for use in forced prostitution or forced labor
Because of his prosecutorial background, Tad Nelson understands how the prosecution approaches complex cases and uses that information to the advantage of our clients as he crafts their defense against serious criminal charges.
Put a Board-Certified Criminal Defense Lawyer on Your Side
If you are under investigation for or have been charged with any variety of human trafficking, you need to speak with an accomplished criminal defense lawyer. Contact us at (281) 280-0100 to speak to an attorney. We accept all major credit cards.
* 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.