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5 Questions To Ask Your Domestic Violence Defense Lawyer

Finding the right Las Vegas Domestic Violence Lawyer could be the difference between jail time and having your case completely dismissed. Even a misdemeanor domestic violence charge can bring catastrophic consequences to you, your family and your livelihood. This is particularly true if you have been falsely accused of an act of domestic violence which happe...

DEFENDING ALLEGATIONS OF CHILD ABUSE FROM A PARENT ATTORNEY

Child abuse allegations appear to be on the rise. Many of the cases we see involve an angry ex making false accusations of child abuse to gain an advantage in a custody or divorce proceeding. While there are many false allegations of child abuse occurring, there are also real instances of child endangerment that might result in children being removed from a ...

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 usually...

Las Vegas Criminal Defense Attorneys Answer Your Questions About Miranda Rights

As Las Vegas Criminal Defense Attorneys, we often hear from our clients that they were not properly given their Miranda warnings. You know, a Miranda warning, where the police tell you that you have the right to remain silent, that anything you say can be used against you in Court and that you have a right to an attorney. Unfortunately, most people don’t und...

5 Tips For Dealing With False Allegations

An allegation of domestic violence can affect every aspect of an accused’s life. Depending on the circumstances, a domestic violence charge can influence a person’s job, their personal relationships, security status, when, or even if, they can see their children and a charge of domestic violence can even affect where an accused can eat dinner or go shopping....