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Charged with Sexual Assault?

Nevada Sexual Assault Convictions Mean Serious Consequences Being charged under NRS 200.366 for sexual assault carries serious penalties. This crime is always a felony. Accordingly, someone who is convicted of sexual assault is looking at hefty penalties that include fines and jail time. The consequences don’t end there. A felony conviction can mean the loss…

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Charged with Marijuana Possession?

Don’t Take Chances with Nevada Marijuana Charges Nevada continues to abide by strict laws against the possession and sale of marijuana. Every day, more people are charged with marijuana-related crimes like: -Possession -Driving under the influence -Cultivation -Intent to sell -Trafficking -Felony possession If you are charged with any of these crimes, the penalties you…

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Accused of Child Abuse? Now What?

Nevada Child Abuse Allegations Nevada law requires that parents exercise proper care and custody of minor children. If they do not, charges under child abuse laws may be brought. NRS 200.508 provides severe penalties for anyone who is convicted of abusing a child. Moreover, such accusations may affect any child custody agreement you have. Contact…

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Are You on the No Fly List?

No-fly List: Are you on it? Those wishing to fly out of McCarron Airport could be surprised to find they are unable to do so because they have inadvertently been placed on the government’s “do not fly” list. If so, they will be in good company, as a number of U.S. Senators including the late…

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You Have the Right to Remain Silent…

Using Your Right to Remain Silent Being arrested is frightening. Many people feel intimidated by the police and believe that they must comply with everything that’s asked of them. This is true to an extent. However, if you’re arrested, it’s important that you understand your Miranda Rights. Understanding your Miranda Rights is vital to protecting…

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Casino Markers in Las Vegas – Skilled Defense

Some Vegas casinos will extend a line of credit that is known as a “casino marker” to patrons. Those who take out such markers should know that there can be civil as well as criminal penalties involved for failing to pay them back. Casino markers are actually considered checks. As a result, when payment cannot…

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Las Vegas Arson Attorney

Hire an Experienced Las Vegas Arson Defense Lawyer If you’re charged with arson, your facing jail and expensive fines. NRS 205 deals with crimes against property like arson. It may seem like you don’t have many options for defending yourself, but that is where an experienced Nevada arson attorney comes in. They understand how difficult…

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Casino Markers in Las Vegas

Have You Paid Your Casino Markers? An unpaid casino marker is a charge that is typically found in states with gambling, and Nevada has had to set up strict law for those who didn’t repay their marker. The casinos are only too happy to extend them, but when the borrower is ready to leave town,…

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When Drugs Go Deadly in Las Vegas

Drugs Turn Deadly After a night of partying, Lauren, 23, and her friend Tyler, 25, went back to his father’s house to use more drugs. Lauren allegedly injected Tyler with what they had, and then fell asleep. When she woke up, she said his lips were blue and foam was coming out of his mouth.…

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Carjacking Gone Wrong in Las Vegas

Carjacking Gone Wrong On Wednesday around 10 pm, a woman was sitting in her boyfriend’s driveway inside her Chevrolet Malibu. As soon as her boyfriend went inside for a moment, two 19-year-old boys knocked on the window and said, “where’s your old man at?” The woman called her boyfriend inside and told him that two…

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