Davidson Law Office, Thad Davidson

Davidson Law Office, Thad Davidson - Davidson Law Office, Thad Davidson



Davidson Law Office, Thad Davidson
Davidson Law Office, Thad Davidson
329 S Fannin Ave
Tyler, TX 75702

903-535-9600

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Davidson Law Office, Thad Davidson
Davidson Law Office, Thad Davidson

Attorney Profile
Practice Areas
Law School

Albany of Union University
1980-1984

Website

https://criminaldefensetyler.com/

903-535-9600


Thad Davidson and his team should be your choice when you choose a criminal defense lawyer in Tyler, and you need someone to fight for you. If you’ve been charged with a crime and are now facing a legal battle in the East Texas courtroom, don’t immediately settle for a plea bargain.

Just because you’ve been arrested and charged with a crime in Texas doesn’t mean you’re guilty.

Instead of being considered innocent until proven guilty, most who have been arrested are thought to be guilty until proven innocent. Don’t let the broken judicial system threaten your freedom when you can put an experienced and qualified attorney in your legal corner.

The Thad Davidson Law Office takes pride in offering residents of Tyler, Smith County and all of East Texas, a complete and well-rounded knowledge to attempt the best outcome in a variety of misdemeanor and felony criminal cases, including those involving:

DWI

Domestic violence

Federal crime

Juvenile crime

Sex crime

White collar crime

Assault

Theft

Burglary

Credit Card Abuse

Murder

Drug Charges

Gun Charges

Man Slaughter

Homicide

Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity

Any Other Texas Crime

Protect your freedom and attempt to get the best outcome in your criminal case by calling the Thad Davidson Law Office in Tyler, TX at 903-535-9600 for a consultation.

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