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  • DUI Accident in Las Vegas Car Crash Kills One Early Wednesday morning, a woman drove her car across Richmar Ave., hitting the curb, driving up on the sidewalk, where she struck two pedestrians. The car finally came to a stop in the southbound lanes, but not before one of the men was killed and the other was seriously injured and transported to Sunrise Hospital. Police reported that the one man was dragged under the vehicle and declared dead at the scene. She has been charged with a DUI (484C.110) and may be charged with vehicular homicide (484C.130). Maryland Parkway was closed for several hours as police investigated, but it could have been worse. In this direct area, there are two

    Oct 30,
  • What to do if you are Charged with a DUI in Las Vegas Las Vegas is known as the city that never sleeps, so there is always something to do. Even if you only had a couple drinks in a casino or club, the police can stop and arrest you on a Nevada DUI charge (484C) if you blow .08 or higher on a breathalyzer. If you refuse, they will arrest you under suspicion and the officers will take you to jail. The majority of times they will release you with a citation to appear in court, but If they didn’t, you have to wait until the judge sets bond. Then you can call someone to bail you out. In

    Oct 25,
  • Legal Procedure When you or someone you love has been arrested for a criminal charge such as in a DUI accident that resulted in vehicular homicide (NRS 484), a criminal defense lawyer is needed who knows the legal statutes in Las Vegas and is able to apply them for your charge in a court of law. For over 30 years, Cal Potter has successfully represented thousands of individuals in over 25 separate criminal felonies. To win your case, you need a seasoned attorney.Cal Potter has been a criminal defense attorney for over 30 years and he is highly qualified in researching a case as well as strategically developing the case to take before the judge. Lawyers have to be effective

    Mar 31,
  • What to Expect after a DUI in Las Vegas Las Vegas’ reputation as a party hotspot means that a good number of people flock here to engage in carefree behavior. This often includes alcohol, which is why the Nevada legislature has enacted strict laws concerning driving under the influence (DUI). To be arrested for DUI, motorists must register .08% or higher on a breathalyzer test. Refusing to submit to such a test could result in a warrant to obtain a blood sample. It could also result in the suspension of one’s driver’s license for a period of time, in addition to other fines and penalties. A first offense can net an individual two days in jail, and that amount of

    Jul 20,
  • Can You Refuse a Breath Test?  Ever since breath testing devices became widely used by law enforcement agencies in the 1970s, they've been controversial. Supposedly, they provide an accurate measurement of the amount of alcohol in a test subject's blood stream. The reality is more complicated than that. Several scientific studies have called the accuracy of breath test devices into question. A number of factors can influence the results, making a driver appear to be more impaired than they actually are. This unreliability certainly makes it seem like it might be to your advantage to refuse to submit to a breath test. Should you refuse, Las Vegas police can immediately arrest you and seize your license. They'll take you to

    Jun 30,

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