Posts by Potter Marketing

Accidents are Not Accidents Unless the Judge Says So

All types of accidents occur in the hustle and bustle of a city like Las Vegas. Known for 24-hour gambling, parties and entertainment, injuries and even death occur all too often with negligence and DUI accidents NRS 484 at the top of the list. Whether this is the first DUI accident or your fifth, if…

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 How Potter Law Firm Handles Your Case

If you have had charges brought against you, they can range from minor offenses or misdemeanors, to felonies. Sometimes they can even require prison time and/or fines. If you have been arrested on several charges, then there is a range of severity for each charge, which means the cases can get complicated. The legal professionals at Potter…

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Nevada Drug Trafficking Laws Carry Serious Penalties

Las Vegas convenience store owner Thamer Jarjee is facing drug trafficking charges under NRS 453.3385 after officials found 24 pounds of an illegal synthetic drug called spice in his store. The stash was discovered behind the counter of the 702 Mart on East Charleston Boulevard. Knowledgeable customers would come in to the store and ask…

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It’s Not Just Men Who Are Charged with Domestic Violence

A tense situation was recently resolved peacefully in the Las Vegas Valley. Renee Coughlin allegedly pointed a gun at her boyfriend. She even pulled the trigger. Fortunately, the gun didn’t fire. The boyfriend left and telephoned police who used a crisis negotiator and SWAT to coax Coughlin out of her residence. She’s being charged with…

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Gang Affiliations Can Bring Harsher Penalties

Gang violence is a real part of everyday life in Las Vegas. Recently one woman was shot after fighting in the street with another woman on Fireside Lane. A car sped by the scene, and the driver opened fire as he went past. One of the women was wounded while the other escaped into the…

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Conspiracy, Forgery, Identity Theft and More

Las Vegas authorities have broken up a credit card fraud ring. The five men and six women are accused of using fake credit cards to get cash advances at casinos. The plot operated from 2013 to 2014, and involved using stolen identifications. Charges against those allegedly involved include racketeering, running a financial forgery lab, theft,…

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When Nevada Burglary Charges Threaten Your Future

Three burglary suspects are being held in Las Vegas after their alleged crime was caught on surveillance tape. Two of the suspects are charged with burglary while a third is charged with conspiracy. Moreover, one of the suspects is charged with carrying a gun while committing the burglary. The homeowner had surveillance cameras set up…

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Nevada Aggressively Prosecutes Fraud Charges

Hundreds of Nevadans have filed complaints with the FTC after being contacted on the phone by individuals claiming to work for the IRS. The call may pop up on caller id as the IRS, and the person on the other end of the line often provides a very legitimate sounding name and badge number. They…

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