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Along with upscale casinos, the world’s finest shopping, and luxury dining restaurants, Las Vegas is home to two huge festivals/concerts known as EDC and Burning Man. With a focus on radical inclusion, self-expression, and decommodification, these events attract a free-spirited and musical crowd. While concert-goers should definitely have the time of their lives, they should also make safety a priority. Because dehydration is often compounded by drug abuse, attendees are also protected by an increase in the presence of law

Fact, not all lawyers are the same and not all lawyers charge the same price for their services. If you are price shopping for a lawyer because of your budget then there are a few things to watch out for. Are you hiring a lawyer all the way to trial? The judicial process can be lengthy in Las Vegas. For example, Las Vegas Municipal Court will have an Arraignment date, several Pre-Trial dates, a Trial date and a Status Check

June 9, 2017 Suzanne Potter, Public News Service – NV CARSON CITY, Nev. – A new Nevada state law will soon allow people convicted of certain crimes to seal their records much earlier, offering a better chance to get their lives back on track after completing their sentence. Assembly Bill 327, signed by Gov. Brian Sandoval this week, halves the time people have to wait to seal a misdemeanor record, from two years down to one – but only if

After your accident, medical treatment may begin immediately. It is important to seek medical attention if you have been injured and do not settle with a claims adjuster immediately after. You may not notice injuries immediately, or what seemed like a simple injury, may develop into something more serious. Consult with an attorney immediately. One of the biggest concerns with treatment is the cost of treatment. Your attorney should be able to negotiate your medical bills and liens for treatment and

Las Vegas Justice Court Regional Justice Center 200 Lewis Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89115 (702) 671-3116 Eighth Judicial District Court Regional Justice Center 200 Lewis Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89115 (702) 671-4528 Henderson Justice Court 243 Water St. Henderson, NV 89015 (702) 455-7929 North Las Vegas Justice Court 2428 N. Martin Luther King Blvd. North Las Vegas, NV 89032 (702) 455-7802 Henderson Municipal Court 243 Water St. Henderson, NV 89015 (702) 267-3300 North Las Vegas Municipal Court 2332 Las Vegas

Make no mistake about it; you are NOT legally required to submit to a field sobriety test in the state of Nevada. Nor will Nevada’s DMV suspend your license solely on the grounds that you refused to do a field sobriety test. Nevada’s DMV will suspend your license after you have been arrested for a DUI or if you request a DMV hearing after the arrest and then the DMV finds you guilty in their own hearing. Let’s also make

DUI charges carry steep penalties with them. First, second and third DUI offenses all carry with them the possibility of twenty years in jail and fines reaching $5,000 if that DUI causes an accident which results in the death or seriously bodily injury of another person. This is considered a Category B felony. Any DUI charge after a third offense carries with it a serious risk. If a death occurs due to a DUI and the alleged offender already has

Sadly, most people do not know their rights and it is up to you to invoke these rights. Most Nevadans do not know what their rights are when stopped or how to respond to law enforcement while invoking these rights. One of the most common situations where you will be stopped and confronted by law enforcement is a traffic stop. These could be a result of a simple traffic violation or even a DUI/DWI check point. However, no matter why the

SR-22 is a certificate of financial responsibility and is required if your license was revoked due to a DUI.  A SR-22 is issued by your insurance company to prove you have the minimum liability coverage required by law.  Currently, it is $15,000 for bodily injury or death of one person in any one accident; $30,000 for bodily injury or death of two or more persons on any one accident; and $10,000 for injury to or destruction of property of others

The Preliminary Breadth Test (PBT) is a small portable handheld device that law enforcement carries with them to test a person’s breath alcohol content if they have reasonable grounds to believe that a person was driving or in actual control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.  This device only test for alcohol. Do not confuse this with a Breathalyzer/Intoxilyzer machine or a blood draw that is used to test your blood alcohol content (BAC) with a Preliminary