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 domestic-violence assault with a deadly weapon.
The participants in this situation were fortunate that no one was injured. Still, Coughlin may be facing a sizable fine and considerable jail time because of a deadly weapon being involved. Moreover, a conviction under NRS 200.485 may impact her life forever.
If you have also been charged under NRS 200.485, then you need a dedicated Nevada criminal defense attorney to work for you. The practitioners at the Potter Law Offices have years of experience with helping clients who are facing charges under NRS 200.485. Their hard work and dedication to each client enables them to use every opportunity to have the charges against their clients reduced or dropped.
Working with an experienced Las Vegas criminal defense lawyer can mean the difference between suffering the full legal penalties of a conviction or having a better chance of maintaining your freedom. The sooner you contact the Potter Law Offices the quicker your legal defense team can start working for you.