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  • Casino Marker Charges Require a Skillful 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 be made, individuals can be subject to Nevada’s bad check law, which is a felony offense that carries significant fines and jail time. What normally happens is that the casino will take measures to collect the unpaid debt first. When these efforts are unsuccessful, the Clark County prosecutor is allowed to bring charges. A warrant is then typically

    May 03,
  • 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 criminal offense, you need the assistance of experienced defense lawyers Las Vegas. It is essential that you invoke you right to legal counsel and contact our office. An arrest in Las Vegas can disrupt your travel plans and your life. Misdemeanor offenses, such as traffic violations, trespassing and jaywalking, are punishable by fines up to $1,000 and incarceration for up to six months. The criminal

    Jun 06,

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