Texas Smuggling Lawyer

Immigration & Drug Smuggling Defense Lawyer —
Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas

With immigration and drugs smuggling a hot topic of debate in this state and around the country, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents are teaming with Texas officials in cracking down on the smuggling of drugs and people across the border. If you are facing charges of smuggling, you are facing severe consequences and need an experienced attorney handling your case.

At Tad Nelson & Associates, we have experience representing people throughout Texas who have been accused of smuggling people or drugs across the border. Attorney Tad Nelson, a former assistant district attorney, is board certified* in criminal trial law and has a distinguished record of securing the best possible results for defendants at trial.

If you are facing smuggling charges, contact us today to discuss your legal options with a Texas smuggling attorney. We are available evenings, weekends and off-site. Call (281) 280-0100 now.

Texas Smuggling Defense Representation

Attorney Tad Nelson defends people against a variety of drug smuggling charges involving heroin, marijuana, cocaine, crack, meth, ecstasy and other controlled substances. In addition to drug cases, our firm represents people facing charges of human trafficking. This has become a big issue in recent years, with a number of people dying during human trafficking operations near the border.

If you are accused of being a drug smuggler or conspiring to side-step immigration laws, ICE squad members and government prosecutors are not going to go easy on you. You need our tenacious trial representation on your side.

Contact Us for a Consultation

For honest answers to your legal questions from a Houston drug smuggler lawyer, contact us today. We accept all major credit cards and are available evenings, weekends and off-site for 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.