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    DUI: Victim Impact Panel

    Posted on June 11, 2015 by | Comments are off

    DUI: Victim Impact Panel
    Anyone convicted of driving under the influence is bound to face a number of punishments. While the type and severity of penalties for DUI will vary, Nevada courts will always impose one requirement in particular: the need to attend a session of the DUI Victim Impact Panel Program. Instituted in ... read more

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    What is Your Right to a “Speedy Trial”?

    Posted on April 21, 2015 by | Comments are off

    What is Your Right to a “Speedy Trial”?
    The passage of time can affect many things, but when criminal charges enter the picture, it might be to your benefit. If unwarranted delays should interfere with your Sixth Amendment rights, all such accusations against you could fly out the window in a hurry. Constitutions at both the state and ... read more

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    Admissible and Inadmissible Evidence in a Criminal Trial

    Posted on April 10, 2015 by | Comments are off

    Admissible and Inadmissible Evidence in a Criminal Trial
    Criminal evidence (NRS Chapter 48) can be real, demonstrative, documentary or testimonial, but to be acceptable in a court of law, it must conform to the rules of admissibility. An experienced criminal defense attorney knows that admissible evidence will be: Relevant Competent Material ... read more

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    Self-Incrimination and the Fifth Amendment

    Posted on April 5, 2015 by | Comments are off

    Self-Incrimination and the Fifth Amendment
    As every good criminal defense attorney knows, the Fifth Amendment is your friend. It's there for your protection. It gives you the legal right to sidestep questions for which the answers, if you chose to give them, could result in criminal charges against you. The proceedings at which such quest... read more

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