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Sealing of Records

Attorneys with Forensic Training

When criminal cases involve extensive forensic evidence, sifting through this evidence in order to prepare for trial can be cumbersome. Defense attorneys can become more familiar with this type of evidence while also meeting their continuing education requirements by attending a seminar here in Las Vegas. Titled “Making Sense of Science”, this seminar is intended…

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CSI Las Vegas

Parallels, Differences seen in Popular TV Show It’s no accident that the popular television show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation takes place here in Las Vegas. After all, our own local crime lab is the second-busiest one in the country. The busiest one is actually the FBI’s crime lab located in Quantico, VA, so it could…

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More O.J News

O.J. Simpson could Receive new Trial In 2007, O.J. Simpson received a sentence of nine to 33 years in prison for his role in a 2007 robbery in Las Vegas. Simpson was attempting to recover sports memorabilia he claims was stolen from him after his acquittal on double murder charges. At the time of his…

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Voting Laws in Nevada

Some Nevada Citizens may be Legally Prohibited from Voting This election season, some Nevada citizens will be unable to cast their ballot at all. That’s because they are banned from voting altogether. A little-known Nevada law makes it possible to restrain citizens from voting if they have been previously convicted of a felony. In Nevada,…

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Las Vegas Sealing of Records

Sealing Court Records Record sealing is the process that legally restricts public access to documents associated with a case in the legal system. Examples include arrests, acquittals, convictions and dismissals. The practice enables individuals to get a fresh start without the burden of their previous criminal record. After the court approves your request, it is…

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What to do When What Happened in Vegas Goes Home with You…

Legal Assistance for Las Vegas Visitors Approximately 36 million tourists visit Las Vegas each year to enjoy the world-class entertainment venues, shopping and dining. Unfortunately, many tourists are arrested for allegedly violating state laws. Common offenses include drug possession, solicitation and failure to pay a casino marker. If you are detained and charged with a…

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The Appeals Process in Nevada

Overview of the Appeals Process A conviction at your trial doesn’t end the legal process. It is possible to file motions requesting that the trial court set aside the verdict or to order a new trial. These motions are rarely successful. You may need to appeal to a higher court to get your conviction overturned…

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Sealing Records in Las Vegas

Criminal Record Sealing: Las Vegas Nevada residents with a criminal conviction often avoid paying the costs associated with the sealing of their records. Although it only requires contracting a qualified attorney, many people still avoid these relatively modest fees. A simple screening will establish eligibility; this determines if the criminal record can be sealed. If…

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