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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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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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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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DUI Blood Test

A driver who is pulled over on suspicion of DUI in Nevada may be aksed to take a blood test to determine the amount of alcohol they have in their system. While blood tests are considered more accurate than breath tests, this doesn’t mean that blood test results cannot be called into question by a capable…

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Learn Lessons from a First-time DUI

Many people are relieved to find that a first-time DUI is often charged as a misdemeanor. However, it’s best not to feel too relieved. A first DUI misdemeanor comes with tough consequences. In fact, being charged under NRS 404C.110 for the first time sometimes signals the beginning of a long entanglement with the courts. A…

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Defaulting on Casino Markers Is Never a Good Idea

Nevada’s gaming industry is highly regulated, and a number of state laws protect casinos from patrons who don’t pay their debts. Nevada law defines casino markers under NRS 205.130. It’s interesting to note that defaulting on a casino marker is considered a criminal and civil offense. This means that a debtor could be facing jail…

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Prescription Fraud

Doctor shopping and prescription fraud are closely related criminal offenses. Nevada law defines these crimes under NRS 453.391 and 453.381. These statutes make it possible to prosecute doctors and patients. The penalties can be particularly severe, especially because instances of prescription fraud have risen sharply in recent years. Someone accused of doctor shopping under NRS…

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