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ANATOMY OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DEFENSE, PART 2: Arrest, First appearance, Bond levels, conditions of pre-trial release, temporary and extended restraining orders, consequences of any violations. I have listed a series of frequently asked questions (Q) with the applicable answers (A) below; and we will begin with some of the remedial information that overlaps from Part 1 – i.e. The Arrest stage ARREST Q  – Do

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Filing bankruptcy is about a fresh start. Federal law allows qualified people and businesses to discharge debt or repay debt at an affordable rate.  For most people, Chapter 7 bankruptcy will be what they file under.  This is because most people do not have the ability to or do not have large amount of assets they want to repay and keep. For individuals or even

It is not uncommon in Las Vegas for people to be arrested for a crime of Domestic Violence while on vacation at a casino.  Chances are if the police were called to your room for a disturbance, someone is getting arrested.  If your were arrested, you were probably taken to the Clark County Detention Facility and your case is in Las Vegas Justice Court.  However,

APRIL DUI CHECKPOINT LAS VEGAS Metro will be conducting a DUI checkpoint Tuesday, April 19, 2016 between the hours of 7 p.m. and 3 a.m. in Las Vegas. Rumor has the location to be West Charleston and Rampart. A taxi/Uber ride is a hell of a lot cheaper than a DUI.  Be safe and never drink and drive. This is for informative purposes only.  

REFUSING TO TAKE AN EVIDENTIARY TEST – NEVADA IMPLIED CONSENT Law enforcement uses Nevada’s “Implied Consent” to encourage you to consent to an evidentiary test in Nevada by threatening to revoke your driver’s license for 1 year or 3 years, if you fail to consent to an evidentiary test they are requesting. If an officer has reasonable grounds to believe that you were driving or

Las Vegas DUIs And Breath Interlock Devices A breath interlock device is an instrument that records and prevents your car from starting if you have been consuming alcohol. In Nevada, a Judge has the discretion to impose a breath interlock device on a vehicle you own or drive for misdemeanor DUI offenses. A judge can impose this device for 6 to 12 months on misdemeanor

DUI CHECKPOINTS LAS VEGAS Metro Announced that the “Holiday Season Kickoff Checkpoint” will be conducted Wednesday November 18, 2015 and Thursday November 19, 2015 between 7 p.m. and 3 a.m. Metro will conduct the checkpoint at a location that has consistently shown to be high traffic area for accidents and impaired drivers. The exact location is unknown at this time, but my beats are somewhere