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  • Nevada Hunting Laws Many Nevadans enjoy hunting. Sometimes hunting for food or sport is part of a long-standing family tradition. Having to give up that tradition is unthinkable. If you're serious about maintaining your right to hunt, then it's vital that you abide by NRS 502.010. Getting a license is a necessity. Those who get caught may be subject to spending six months in jail. They may also have to pay a $1,000 fine. Hunting without a license is a misdemeanor. However, it's important to realize that there are special rules for children under 18. For instance, children are not permitted to hunt with a firearm unless they are accompanied by an adult who has a hunting license. There are

    Oct 21,
  • Ex-Felon Possessing a Firearm Are you a "prohibited person?" If you are, then you have probably been convicted of a felony or have been identified as a drug user. Even people who have a domestic violence charge may be considered a prohibited person. That's because people with these types of records may be prohibited from possessing or handling a firearm.Nevada Revised Statute 202.360 governs the definition of and penalties for a prohibited person who is caught with a firearm. Being accused of breaking this law is serious, and the penalties if convicted are severe. A conviction may lead to the defendant spending between one and six years in a Nevada prison. Moreover, they may be responsible for up to $5,000

    Oct 05,
  • Criminal defense is thought of as something that is only for guilty people. The truth is that even innocent people can be falsely accused of a crime, which is why our justice system is set up to protect the rights of the defendant until he or she can be proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. One way the law protects people is from unreasonable searches and seizures. The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives people the right to be “secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects”, which is why certain guidelines must be adhered to when serving search warrants. Any evidence that is illegally obtained is not admissible in court under the “fruits of the poisonous tree doctrine.”

    Jun 11,
  • Las Vegas is a place many people go to blow off some steam. Most of the time, the only consequence is a hangover. Unfortunately, some activities have longer lasting consequences. Whether you live in Las Vegas or are just visiting, sometimes you need a criminal defense lawyer. If you have been charged with a criminal offense, don't panic because you're not alone. Every year, thousands of people get arrested and require a criminal defense lawyer in Las Vegas. Whether you've been accused of kidnapping, sexual assault or murder, a Las Vegas criminal defense lawyer is prepared to be your advocate. Even charges of using a fake ID or trespassing can carry serious legal consequences, so it's never a good idea

    May 05,
  • Man Shot in Thanksgiving Day Robbery Attempt  Shopping on Black Friday has been dangerous for quite some time, but with many stores now opening on Thanksgiving, this holiday is becoming dangerous as well. This recent Thanksgiving was no exception, as a Las Vegas man who was carrying home a big-screen television he had just purchased was shot during a robbery. Although he lost his television, the man fortunately sustained only minor injuries as a result. According to police, the incident happened around 9:45 p.m. near the University of Las Vegas. The victim was apparently carrying his television near his apartment complex when the robber fired warning shots at him. The man then dropped the television, where it was subsequently snatched

    Dec 02,

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