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  • What to Expect after a DUI in Las Vegas Las Vegas’ reputation as a party hotspot means that a good number of people flock here to engage in carefree behavior. This often includes alcohol, which is why the Nevada legislature has enacted strict laws concerning driving under the influence (DUI). To be arrested for DUI, motorists must register .08% or higher on a breathalyzer test. Refusing to submit to such a test could result in a warrant to obtain a blood sample. It could also result in the suspension of one’s driver’s license for a period of time, in addition to other fines and penalties. A first offense can net an individual two days in jail, and that amount of

    Jul 20,
  • DUI Attorney in Las Vegas  Las Vegas may be the place where everyone goes to let down their hair, but it has laws like anywhere else. Among those laws are NRS 484C.110, the code for driving under the influence in Nevada. When you have been arrested on suspicion of DUI, you need a DUI attorney in Las Vegas to fight for you. As a competent Nevada DUI attorney will tell you, the outcome of any DUI matter isn't a foregone conclusion. Being arrested for a DUI in Las Vegas does not necessarily mean that you will be convicted on whatever charges are brought against you, particularly if you retain a DUI attorney in Las Vegas. If you were pulled over

    May 07,
  • Erin Brokovich Arrested Recently near Henderson The Vegas area has seen a number of celebrity arrests over the years. One of the most recent ones took place when Erin Brokovich, who was portrayed by Julia Roberts in a movie of the same name, was arrested on charges of operating under the influence. Brokovich and her husband were boating on nearby Lake Mead when an officer allegedly observed her slap him. He then asked her to dock the boat, which she had difficulty doing. Since she appeared to be intoxicated, she was administered a field sobriety test and then later given a blood alcohol test which she failed. In fact, her blood alcohol levels were more than twice the legal limit

    Aug 18,
  • Defending Against DUI Charges Driving under the influence, or DUI, is a serious offense in Nevada. In the past several years, the penalties for first time and subsequent arrests have become more severe. Law enforcement has increased their DUI prevention measures. It is possible to be arrested and charged for an offense that you did not commit. Some of the indicators that police use to detect drunk driving are bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, combative or nervous behavior. These signs can also be attributed to allergies, working extended hours and health issues. Medical conditions, such as low blood sugar and epilepsy, can cause symptoms that resemble intoxication. Diabetic hypoglycemia can cause balance issues, incoherent speech and combative behavior. Bad reactions to

    Jun 24,
  • How to Fight a DUI Citation In recent years, many jurisdictions have enacted stringent driving under the influence (DUI) laws. More drivers are receiving citations and substantial fines. Many people are at risk of losing their driving licenses and spending time in jail. It’s important that you have the right legal representation if you want to dispute DUI charges. A professional attorney can analyze what transpired during your field sobriety test. There are several mitigating factors that can influence a police officer’s interpretation of the results. Bloodshot eyes can occur due to allergies, cigarette smoke or working long hours. Nervous behavior is a normal response to a traffic stop. Dental problems, speech impediments and dialects can slur a person’s speech.

    Apr 19,

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