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Pros and Cons of Fighting A Traffic Ticket

Our office has handled lots of tickets. Seriously, we have probably resolved thousands of tickets over the years. When people call us, there are usually two types of traffic ticket callers. The callers that just want their ticket resolved no matter what and the callers that want to put on the trial of the century because they don’t want to pay their fine or...

Las Vegas Speeding Tickets FAQs

At Rosenblum Law Offices, we have resolved thousands of speeding tickets in the Las Vegas area. Our team is led by a former prosecutor who knows the tricks and traps prosecutors use to get people to plead guilty to their Las Vegas Speeding Ticket. In handling so many tickets, people usually have the same questions involving their speeding ticket. We have ...

Nevada Traffic Tickets - Suspended Drivers License

A driver’s license may be suspended for a number of reasons. Some of the most common traffic violations that may result in a suspended driver’s license include: Accumulating too many driving points on your record DUI/DWI Failing to pay a traffic ticket Reckless Driving Driving without automobile insurance Outstanding Warrants Failure to report an ac...

Voted Among The Best Traffic Ticket Lawyers In Las Vegas

Our traffic ticket lawyers can help resolve your traffic tickets. Whether it is speeding, running a red light, failure to yield, unsafe lane change or other moving violation, we can help. Our fees usually start at $25 depending upon the type of traffic ticket and the location of your citation. Our #1 Traffic Ticket Lawyers will attend traffic court for yo...

Hire An Attorney Or Go It Alone?

It’s often been said that he who represents himself has a fool for a client. While you may be able to address a legal problem on your own, it is often the case that you are best represented by a qualified attorney rather than trying to handle a legal matter on your own. Sometimes hiring a lawyer is a no-brainer, such as when you get sued or when you're ...

Traffic Warrants In Clark County (Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas)

When you receive a traffic ticket, you have certain obligations including appearing for your court date. When you resolve your traffic citation, you may have additional obligations such as paying a fine, providing proof of registration or insurance or a driver’s license, or completing traffic school. Usually the obligations you have when your ticket is reso...

Kids, Pets and Driving in Las Vegas

Las Vegas driving can be distracting enough. Add children or a pet to your vehicle and driving in Las Vegas can be almost impossible. Nevada law requires drivers to comply with certain provisions when transporting children and pets. We offer these reminders of the law in Nevada. If you don’t follow it, chances are you will receive a ticket. Don't Leave ...

What To Do If You Are Pulled Over By Police

No matter how long you have been driving, there is a good chance, at some point you will be pulled over by the police. We offer the following tips in the event you are pulled over: 1. Don’t Panic. Be pulled over by police can be scary. In most cases, it is because you committed a traffic violation like speeding or not stopping at a stop sign. It’s usuall...

Nevada Speeding Tickets –The Basics

Everyone gets one eventually, right? At least that is what most people will tell you about getting a speeding ticket, especially in Nevada. However, getting a speeding ticket doesn’t mean that your driving record, insurance rates and your time has to suffer. This article explains the basics about Nevada Speeding Tickets and how a traffic ticket attorney can...

Share The Road - Bicyclists and Drivers

As an avid cyclists, it can be scary out there "sharing the road." As a driver, it is important to remember that bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as Nevada drivers. Cyclists must ride to the right unless they are preparing to turn left or are able to match the speed of traffic. Cyclists must obey all traffic signs and signals and use han...

Aggressive Driving Can Cost You

Aggressive driving is all around us. Most of us see it every day - the road racer, the red light runner, the tailgater, the frequent lane changer. Nevada traffic laws make aggressive driving an offense in and of itself. If a driver speeds, creates an immediate hazard and commits two other offenses such as red light running or tailgating over the course of o...