Nevada Drug Sales Defense Lawyer
In its ongoing “war on drugs,” the state of Nevada aggressively prosecutes crimes involving the sale, trafficking or manufacturing of drugs. There is considerable pressure on prosecutors to win convictions in these cases, and they will do whatever it takes to get one. Be sure that you have a strong defense to match them.
If you are facing charges for any type of drug crime, get the help you need from an experienced Las Vegas
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Facing Deportation due to Prior Criminal Conviction or Plea? A Nevada Criminal Lawyer may be able to Help.
If you are an immigrant, a criminal conviction can have a serious impact on your immigration status. Depending on the type of crime and the severity of the offense, you could be deported immediately or have your next green card renewal denied. No matter what type of criminal charge you are facing, it is important that you seek the advice of a
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Helping You Seal Nevada Arrest and Conviction Records
If you have been convicted of a crime, you know full well what a negative impact it can have on your life. How would your life change if that conviction was no longer on your record? If it were gone like it never happened? Nevada offers certain people who have been convicted of a crime the opportunity to have their records sealed so that they are no longer visible on background checks
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Nevada State and Federal Appeals Lawyer
If you feel that a mistake in your trial resulted in a negative outcome in your case, you have the right to appeal the decision. Many people don’t understand that an appeal is not a new trial. An appeal is the process of asking a higher court to confirm that an error was made and to order a new trial or an acquittal. These matters can be extremely complex. Be sure that you have
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Clark County White Collar Defense Attorney
If you are under investigation for a federal offense, or have been charged in federal court in Nevada, you are entering a criminal justice system that will seem to have every advantage. Federal prosecutors have the resources and backing of the U.S. government behind them and will do everything possible to get a conviction.
But never forget that you have the U.S. Constitution on your side. Under our system of laws, you are presumed
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If your loved one is being held in one of the Las Vegas area jails, such as Clark County Detention Center (CCDC), Henderson Detention Center, the Las Vegas City Jail or the North Las Vegas Jail, you probably have a lot of questions and very few answers. Dealing with the bureaucracy of the Nevada legal system can be time consuming and frustrating.
Contact the criminal defense lawyers on this website to get the information you need. We can quickly cut
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Many people have warrants in Nevada and may not even be aware of it. Warrants for unpaid traffic citations, bad checks or unpaid casino markers and arrest warrants can all be issued without the subject’s knowledge. If you have been informed of a warrant for your arrest, it is important that you contact an experienced Las Vegas warrants attorney as soon as possible.
If you are stopped by the police on a routine traffic violation and there is a warrant
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Accused of a Crime? Talk to an Attorney before the Cops
In the course of conducting a criminal investigation, the police have a number of tactics they use to get information and collect evidence against you. It is important that you know your legal rights in Nevada and how you can protect yourself. If you have been contacted by the police, it is important that you talk to a criminal defense lawyer immediately.
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The Miranda warning, also known as Miranda rights, is a brief statement that informs an individual of certain basic rights when he or she is arrested. Police officers are required to inform every arrested individual of these rights:
Right to remain silent, and that if the individual chooses to speak, any statements made can be used as evidence in court
Right to hire an attorney and to keep the attorney nearby during any questioning
While you may be familiar with
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Many people make the false assumption that it is a relatively easy matter to get out of legal trouble. Perhaps you were at the wrong party at the wrong time and got caught up in an arrest. Perhaps an onlooker misunderstood a heated argument and called you in for an assault charge. Whatever the situation, you must not count on your ability to explain the circumstances to police officers who want to believe the best about you. Nothing could be
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