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    Discovery Process in a Criminal Defense Case

    Posted on January 26, 2017 by

    Discovery Process in a Criminal Defense Case
    In the United States, all criminal defendants have the constitutional right not only to face their accusers at trial but also to obtain from them beforehand any information that happens to pertain to the criminal case. Although the specifics will vary from one state to another, this information ... read more

    Casino Markers and What You Need to Know

    Posted on January 18, 2017 by

    Casino Markers and What You Need to Know
    Most people would rather not carry large amounts of cash, particularly if they're heading into a Las Vegas casino. If you're a big gambler, though, what can you do instead? Rest assured that the casinos want as much of your business as they can get. That's why they are often willing to extend... read more

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    Under What Circumstances Can My Criminal Case Be Reopened If I Was Found Innocent?

    Posted on January 6, 2017 by

    Under What Circumstances Can My Criminal Case Be Reopened If I Was Found Innocent?
    If you've been pardoned or acquitted of a criminal offense, the term "double jeopardy NRS 412.378" will surely take on a deep meaning. This valid legal concept means to protect anyone from being tried twice for the identical crime. In other words, once the courts have either convicted you of a ... read more

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    Under What Circumstances Can My Criminal Case Be Reopened If I Was Found Guilty?

    Posted on December 25, 2016 by

    Under What Circumstances Can My Criminal Case Be Reopened If I Was Found Guilty?
    If your criminal trial has ended in conviction, you are naturally hoping for a second chance to clear your name. This is particularly true if new evidence has surfaced that could exonerate you completely. What can you do in a case like this? Are there any circumstances under which a judge might ag... read more

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    What Is Justifiable Homicide?

    Posted on December 2, 2016 by

    What Is Justifiable Homicide?
    Are you being charged with murder? It may have been justifiable homicide (NRS 200.120). Read on to get a good understanding of what that means. In the eyes of many, the commission of homicide for any reason is an unforgivable act. These people will hold that anyone who has killed another individu... read more

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    Can I file a Personal Injury Lawsuit on Behalf of a Deceased Family Member?

    Posted on November 25, 2016 by

    Can I file a Personal Injury Lawsuit on Behalf of a Deceased Family Member?
    When a person has died through the fault or negligence of someone or something else, do members of his or her immediate family have any legal recourse? In most cases, the answer is yes. Every state in the union gives surviving family members the option of suing the responsible party for wrongful dea... read more

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    Can I Sue the Government for a Personal Injury?

    Posted on November 21, 2016 by

    Can I Sue the Government for a Personal Injury?
    If you suffer a personal injury from a fall down the stairs or take a header on run-down private property, you know what your legal options are. What happens, though, when your accident occurs on or around a county-owned building or results from the careless actions of a government employee? Eve... read more

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    How Is Car Accident Fault Determined?

    Posted on November 3, 2016 by

    How Is Car Accident Fault Determined?
    At the current time, 12 of the 50 United States offer some form of no-fault auto insurance. Unfortunately for Las Vegas residents, Nevada is not one of them. Instead, it joins the rest of the pack in subscribing to the so-called fault system of assigning liability for a car accident. This means ... read more

    Pleading No Contest – What Does it Mean?

    Posted on October 15, 2016 by

    Pleading No Contest – What Does it Mean?
    You know they've got something on you. In fact, you feel certain that in this case, the word "guilty" appears in big red letters right across your forehead. Now, the judge is asking how you plead. What are you going to say? Contrary to what you may have seen on TV, the majority of criminal cases... read more

    How to Represent Yourself in Court

    Posted on October 7, 2016 by

    How to Represent Yourself in Court
    You say you’ve been hit with criminal charges and want to defend yourself? If so, you’re not alone. Many people seriously consider taking this path. The Sixth Amendment gives all defendants the right to avail themselves of legal counsel, and that includes the privilege of serving as your own att... read more

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