Texas Online Solicitation of a Minor Defense Attorney
Online Child Sex Offense — Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas
If you have been arrested and charged with online solicitation of a minor, you can take an immediate step toward protecting your rights, your future and your reputation. Call The Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates at (281) 280-0100 to schedule your consultation.
Protecting Your Rights, Future and Reputation
If convicted of any type of child sex crime — including online solicitation of a minor — you run the risk of serious penalties. You face possible prison time. And you face the possibility of lifetime sex offender registration. It is likely you will experience permanent social stigma, and your personal relationships could suffer as well. Attorney Tad Nelson understands the devastating impact the charges can have on your life. He responds with representation that is discreet and confidential as well as vigorous and effective.
Charged with online solicitation of a minor? Secure a strong defense today.
Tad Nelson & Associates is committed to building a strong defense on your behalf. We engage the help of computer experts and other Internet specialists. Internet sex crimes, including online solicitation of a minor, require a great deal of technological knowledge. Online solicitation of a minor charges can arise from chat room discussions or friendships that have developed via social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook. It is possible for another person to assume your identity, or use your name, without your knowledge.
Put a *Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialist and Former Assistant District Attorney in Your Corner.
For experienced defense of charges involving online solicitation of a minor, call our offices at (281) 280-0100. You can also email us and someone will contact you promptly.
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*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.