What to do if charged with battery of a protected person If you or a family member was charged with allegedly committing battery against a “protected person” in or around Las Vegas, retaining the services of a skilled Las Vegas criminal defense.Read More
Overview of Potential Jail Time for a Gross Sexual Assault Conviction
How much jail time can you get for a gross sexual assault in Las Vegas, Nevada? The potential penalties associated with a sexual assault or rape conviction are severe in Nevada. For example, depending on the facts of your case, there is.Read More
The defendants worked as forklift operators during the trade show at the Sands Expo and Convention Center and participated in the theft of dozens of weapons, including machine guns and rifles. The Las Vegas office of the ATF was notified of the.Read More
How much jail time for possession of marijuana in Las Vegas?
Overview of Potential Jail Time for Possession of Marijuana in Nevada The legality of possessing marijuana has become a hot topic in and around Las Vegas due to recent changes in state law. It is now legal to possess up to one.Read More
Las Vegas Murder Rate Spikes – Causes and Concerns
The homicide rate in and around Las Vegas is on a troubling trajectory upward. In fact, Las Vegas had its deadliest year in 2017 breaking the record for total homicides, according to the Las Vegas Review- Journal. If that was not bad.Read More
Illegal Breaking and Entering in Nevada
Charged with Breaking and Entering in Las Vegas - What You Need to Know The act of breaking and entering made local headlines in Las Vegas when celebrity Wayne Newton testified in a Las Vegas courtroom against a man accused of breaking.Read More
What Happens When You Violate Probation for the First Time?
Nevada frees up their prisons by allowing offenders to finish their sentences in the community they violated, and everyone wins. Probationers who violate their probation may find themselves placed in jail without bond as they await the results of their revocation hearing..Read More
Nevada US Attorney Trutanich may pursue marijuana prosecutions
Trutanich, who is appealing the judge’s decision to toss the Bundy case out, believes federal law enforcement should play a larger role in curbing local crime rates. Even though the flood gates opened for recreational use, don’t discount the numerous criminal charges.Read More
The Difference between Pimping and Pandering
Las Vegas is notorious for offering men and women from across America fun in every category imaginable. From gambling to shotgun weddings, you can find anything you want in Clark County – including prostitution. Unfortunately, behind most prostitutes is an individual who.Read More
Is Nevada considering cutting ties with private prison system?
If lawmakers pass the bill proposed by Assemblywoman Daniele Monroe-Moreno, D-North Las Vegas, private prisons will cease to operate in Nevada. Although the state does not use private prisons, they contract with other states who use private prisons to house inmates. Under.Read More