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Don’t Ever Plead Guilty to a DWI Offense in Galveston

December 8, 2014

If you ever arrested for a DWI offense, or for driving through Galveston County, Texas under the influence of prescribed drugs or illegal narcotics, attorney Tad Nelson will defend you in the court of law if you want to fight your case.

Some people don’t want to fight their DWI cases, because they want to plead out  to get things over with in a timely fashion. We strongly advise that you fight any criminal charge against you so as to keep a record of the arrest off of your criminal background.

It’s always important to make sure that you take care of yourself and keep in mind your future when facing criminal charges levied by law enforcement which are set to be prosecuted in the Galveston County criminal justice system.

Galveston DWI lawyer Tad Nelson knows his way around the criminal court rooms in Galveston Texas. He’s normally very familiar with the judges, court staff, prosecutors, and is well respected in the community based on his stature as a gentleman, and as a pillar of his community.

Attorney Tad Nelson was born and raised on Galveston Island, so one can be assured that Tad knows the people he needs to know, and those people know him by his reputation, which will serve his client’s best interest as they have time and time again.

The video below was sent to us by attorney Tad Nelson, it’s on YouTube, but we’ve decided to embed it on our website so that our viewers, and the rest of the world, would get a chance to see it. If you’re ever arrested for criminal offense in Houston, Galveston, or League City, Texas, contact the Law Offices of Tad Nelson and Associates as soon as you possibly can.

When you meet with the attorneys of the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates, you’ll get an opportunity to speak with one of the attorneys there, if not Tad Nelson himself, and explain your case and how you want to handle it. Thank you for reading this blog post be sure to visit back soon will have new and interesting things to share with you.

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