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    Which States Share Criminal DUI Info?

    Posted on May 20, 2016 by

    Which States Share Criminal DUI Info?
    You've had the proverbial one too many, and you're ready to call it a night. While some in your position might think to call a cab, you reason that you don't have far to go. You won't be driving more than 15 miles at most, and in any case, you're on vacation from out of state. What's the worst that ... read more

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    When Does My DUI Suspension Start in Nevada?

    Posted on May 9, 2016 by

    When Does My DUI Suspension Start in Nevada?
    You've done something stupid that you know you shouldn't have done. You have driven under the influence of alcohol (Chapter 484C),and now you are about to lose your license. At this point, you have only one thought in mind: How long can I continue to drive? When will my DUI suspension start? The... read more

    Can I Still Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer if I’ve Started Working With the Insurance Company?

    Posted on May 3, 2016 by

    Can I Still Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer if I’ve Started Working With the Insurance Company?
    You’ve recently suffered a personal injury due to someone else's negligence. Now, deep in discussion with the responsible party's insurance company, you have come to realize that the compensation they offer is nothing close to what you deserve. This late in the game, do you have any options at all... read more

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    What is Contraband?

    Posted on April 27, 2016 by

    What do a pirate's booty, a runaway slave and a cigarette have in common? They may seem entirely unrelated, but under certain conditions or at some point in history, each of these things has been thought of as contraband. To fit the description, an object need not be illegal in and of itself. Som... read more

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    Attorney-Client Privilege in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

    Posted on April 15, 2016 by

    As you proceed through your personal injury lawsuit, you are likely to have a few privacy concerns. There are often embarrassing facts or statistics that for any number of reasons you'd rather keep to yourself. Although your desire for secrecy could adversely affect the outcome of your case, the las... read more

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    Should I Take a Lie Detector Test

    Posted on April 11, 2016 by

    If you've ever sat for a police interrogation without a lawyer present, you probably already know the drill. At some point during the procedure, at least one detective may try his best to goad you into taking a polygraph test. This is where things could get sticky and possible criminal charges again... read more

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    Why Is My Personal Injury Case Going to Litigation?

    Posted on April 6, 2016 by

    If you're involved in a personal injury case, it’s normal to wonder how long the process will take and what you can expect. Those who dread the thought of going to trial will be happy to know that in the United States, at least 95 percent of all such cases settle out of court. There is always, how... read more

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    Illegal Gun Possession

    Posted on April 1, 2016 by

    Although opponents of gun control routinely use the Second Amendment as ammunition, its largesse is not without limit. In the United States, anyone who wants to possess a firearm must either abide by certain rules or face charges of illegal possession. Both federal and state laws have a hand in dist... read more

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    What Is the Legal Age of Sexual Consent in Nevada?

    Posted on March 21, 2016 by

    What's the age that someone can have sex in Nevada? When does a child become an adult? It's a simple question for which the answer can often vary. In matters of sexual consent, two distinct parameters will have the greatest impact: the location of the alleged activity and the circumstances under whi... read more

    Can Police Check My Social Media Accounts?

    Posted on March 14, 2016 by

    What means more to you, your freedom or your friends? What if those "friends" include the hundreds that you've collected on social media, some of whom you've never met and probably never will? If you're involved in a criminal case or otherwise under police investigation, you might be about to have a... read more

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