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ANATOMY OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DEFENSE, PART 6 – Motions/Preparing for Trial

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DEFENSE PART 6: MOTIONS AND/OR PREPARING FOR TRIAL Q: What will you do as my lawyer after we receive all the evidence/discovery from the prosecutor? A: We go through a very deliberate process in looking it all over piece-by-piece to develop any of your defenses. Then we set an office appointment with you to discuss it all. Q: What are the biggest parts

ANATOMY OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DEFENSE, PART 4 – ARRAIGNMENT After the prosecutors have (ideally) reviewed your case and decided which charge(s) to file, your case is placed on the court’s calendar for arraignment. Q – What is an arraignment? A – An announcement of the charge and your entry of a plea. Most people plea NOT GUILTY and if you hire us – we will

If you received a Las Vegas Eviction on or after after October 1, 2017; you may file a motion to seal your eviction.  Nevada’s applicable law is NRS 40.2545. Your eviction may be sealed for one of four reasons: 1) Your summary eviction was DENIED by the judge; 2) An order dismissing the case was entered; 3) Your landlord agrees to set aside the eviction and

PART 3 – The Intake procedure After the police finish their report(s), they are forwarded to the District or City Attorney’s Office(s).  An individual prosecutor will review the report and decide which charge(s) to file, if any. Q – What standard of review do prosecutors use to determine whether or not to file a Battery charge against me? A – They must have a Good-Faith

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

I – ANATOMY OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DEFENSE, PART ONE: THE ISSUES THAT ARISE DURING THE INVESTIGATION/ARREST The process begins simply, with a 911 call. Who made the call? Was it you? What was said, from where? What noises were in the background? Was it an “anonymous” call?  Was it from someone who has an axe to grind with you?  Was an argument audible, was someone