Texas Money Laundering Lawyer
Financial Criminal Defense — Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas
Money laundering is rarely a stand-alone criminal charge. In most cases, it gets tacked on to a list of even more serious charges that are filed in connection with a much larger criminal investigation. So why do prosecutors bother with money laundering when they already have enough other charges to begin with? Simply put, they want to take you to the cleaners even as they’re trying to send you to jail.
If you are under investigation or have already been arrested and charged in connection with drug trafficking or another type of criminal enterprise — call us at (281) 280-0100 or contact us directly for immediate legal help.
Experienced Money Laundering Defense Lawyer
Our firm provides experienced and highly skilled defense representation to people throughout Galveston County and the Houston metro area who are facing money laundering charges, asset seizures and IRS actions.
Because most of these cases are handled in the federal court system, having an attorney with federal court experience is ideal. Attorney Tad Nelson is a former assistant district attorney for Galveston County who has handled these types of federal cases in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. He has also met the rigorous qualifications set forth by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization that a lawyer must meet before they can be designated as a Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialist.
Put a *Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialist and
Former Assistant District Attorney in Your Corner
Call our League City law offices directly or contact us online to get the answers you’ve been looking for and the legal representation you need today.
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Evening, Weekend, and Off-Site Appointments Available
*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.