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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


    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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    Will I Lose My Privacy if I File a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

    Posted on March 11, 2016 by

    If you’ve tried and failed to settle your personal injury claim, you may now take the next step and proceed with a proper lawsuit. Still, worries about your privacy might be giving you second thoughts. How much of it, if any, will you have to sacrifice? Is your intimate personal life in danger of ... read more

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    Do I Need a Lawyer if I Want to Confess to a Crime in Las Vegas?

    Posted on March 7, 2016 by

    Imagine that you’ve committed a crime in Las Vegas. Now, police are pulling out all the stops to get you to admit it. You almost feel tempted to comply, but would that be the smartest thing to do? Confessing to the Police In Las Vegas or anywhere else, talking to the police without a criminal lawy... read more

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    Is Driving High on Drugs a DUI?

    Posted on February 24, 2016 by

    Many people think that driving under the influence, or DUI, involves nothing more than getting behind the wheel after drinking a few too many. In truth, driving while temporarily disabled by recreational, prescription or over-the-counter drugs can also get you charged with DUI. Anything, legal or no... read more

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    I’ve Been Drugged at a Las Vegas Nightclub. Can I Sue the Club?

    Posted on February 17, 2016 by

    The Centers for Disease Control estimate that at some point in their lives, one in five women will suffer sexual assault, and almost five percent of these attacks will occur to women who’ve unwittingly ingested some unwanted form of chemical substance. Many of these so-called drug-facilitated sexu... read more

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    Can I be Charged for Hindering an Apprehension?

    Posted on February 15, 2016 by

    Can I be Charged for Hindering an Apprehension?
    Unless you’re being charged with it yourself, the expression “hindering an apprehension” may be unfamiliar to you. This crime deals entirely with impeding the ability of law enforcement to capture a criminal. The charge is more common than many people think, and it is the reason Tonya Couch, m... read more

    Is It a Crime to Point a Gun at Someone?

    Posted on February 8, 2016 by

    When you live in the state of Nevada, you'd better watch the direction in which you aim your gun. If you point it directly at another human being, you will have committed a crime. Unless you have a good criminal defense lawyer, you could be looking at a hefty fine, a jail sentence or both. Whether ... read more

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    I Was Hurt at Work. How is this Handled With my Employer?

    Posted on January 30, 2016 by

    It is the legal duty of any employer to offer his workers a safe and healthful place in which to perform their duties. A failure to meet this obligation can’t help but set the stage for harmful workplace accidents. Nevertheless, employees often sustain on-the-job injuries despite all efforts by ma... read more

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