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    Supreme Court: Should Criminal Defendants Be Able To Hire Lawyers With Their Frozen Assets?

    Posted on September 14, 2015 by

    If you should find yourself faced with criminal charges, the U.S. Constitution will provide you with some basic built-in protections. One of these is the right to hire the legal representation of your choice. Because a well-intentioned but overburdened court-appointed lawyer may not give your case t... read more

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    Open Container Laws in Las Vegas

    Posted on August 31, 2015 by

    When people envision Las Vegas's attractions, gambling is usually the first to come to mind. The second will often be drinking. For more than a hundred years, permissive regulations concerning alcohol consumption have attracted visitors in droves to a city that thrives on tourism. Despite the appar... read more

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    Personal Injury Witness Interviews

    Posted on August 20, 2015 by

    The testimony of a credible witness can make or break your personal injury case. Whether a third party has overheard someone else admitting to fault, gleaned some measure of insider knowledge or been on the scene as your accident occurred, the evidence that he or she brings to light can be of invalu... read more

    Search Warrants – Everything You Need to Know

    Posted on August 13, 2015 by

    What Is a Search Warrant and What Does it Do? A search warrant (NRS Chapter 179) is simply a court order giving law enforcement the legal authority to explore a private residence, office or vehicle to uncover evidence that a crime has occurred. Such a document must describe in detail not only the lo... read more

    What Is Negligence in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

    Posted on August 9, 2015 by

    Although every personal injury lawsuit is unique, nearly all share one common element. That element is negligence, and when it is provable, the injured party is very likely to sit at the helm of a winning case. Of what exactly does negligence consist, and how can the plaintiff establish its causativ... read more

    I Have a Warrant for My Arrest in Las Vegas. What Do I Do?

    Posted on August 6, 2015 by

    If you have reason to believe that there's a warrant out for your arrest, it's time for immediate action. An arrest warrant can have a number of potential origins. Even something as minor as a traffic ticket that you've ignored can turn into a warrant. Whatever the case, you must take this seriously... read more

    What are Compensatory Damages in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

    Posted on August 3, 2015 by

    If you have suffered personal injury due to the carelessness of another person or entity, you may qualify for compensatory damages. This type of restitution differs from the punitive damages variety in one important respect: Rather than punish the responsible party, it intends only to reimburse you ... read more

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    Can I Video Record a Police Officer?

    Posted on July 27, 2015 by

    Have you ever found yourself the victim of an unexpected traffic stop? Almost everyone who drives will eventually feel the shock of seeing the rearview mirror glow with the flashing lights of a trailing police car. Whether you've been stopped for faulty equipment, traffic violations or driving unde... read more


    What are Punitive Damages in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

    Posted on July 26, 2015 by

    At the conclusion of any successful personal injury lawsuit, the courts will normally award the plaintiff a certain amount of monetary compensation for harm resulting from the actions of the guilty party. Such damages exist for only one reason: to reimburse the injured party for such tangible injuri... read more

    What is a Plea Bargain?

    Posted on July 18, 2015 by

    Many people believe that every criminal case must inevitably lead to an expensive trial after which the defendant will either walk free or remain to face the consequences. In actuality, about 90 percent of Nevada residents facing such charges never see the inside of a courtroom, preferring instead t... read more