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    Best Local Bakeries in Las Vegas

    Cookies, cupcakes, and cakes, oh my! Whatever your sweet tooth is craving, you need to know where to find the best bakery goods in Las Vegas to satisfy it. Whether you’re visiting, new to the area, or a lifelong resident, here are the best local bakeries in Las Vegas, along with some of their best offerings. The Cookie Bar At […]

    What can affect your immigration status?

    Everyone in the United States has an immigration status. You’re either a U.S. citizen, a legal permanent resident (green card holder), conditional permanent resident, asylee or refugee, non-immigrant, person with temporary protected status, or an undocumented person. Legal permanent residents are looking to become U.S. citizens through naturalization. During this process, several factors can affect your immigration status. Because no […]

    Local Theatres Around Vegas

    Las Vegas is home to many big shows on the strip, but it also has an impressive local performing arts scene. You’ll find music, dance, and plays performed on the stage at many local theaters. Whether you’re visiting Las Vegas and want to find something away from the strip for entertainment or are a resident looking for a local performance, […]

    How to recognize domestic violence

    Domestic abuse happens in many forms and is often difficult to recognize, especially when the parties involved are usually both trying to hide it. Nevada defines domestic battery as any type of battery in the form of force or violence that occurs within a domestic relationship. When referring to domestic abuse, many tend to focus on domestic violence. Indeed, there […]

    What Can an Immigration Lawyer Help You With?

    In Nevada, 19% of the population were immigrants in 2018, most hailing from El Salvador, Mexico, and the Philippines. Approximately half of all immigrants in Nevada are naturalized citizens of the United States. If you’re an immigrant seeking permanent residency in the United States, an immigration lawyer can help you understand the intricacies of the process. Immigration laws are complex […]

    How Long Does A Restraining Order Last

    The length a restraining order stays on your record depends on what order you received. There are various types of restraining orders and each one has its own policies. If you received a temporary restraining order, it will appear to law enforcement officials for 14 days, or until your court hearing. If the restraining order is denied at the hearing, […]

    What is a DUI and DWI misdemeanor?

    DUI’s acronym stands for “driving under the influence.” DWI’s acronym stands for “driving while intoxicated” or “driving while impaired.” These offenses can have the same or different meaning depending on which state you were convicted in. Essentially, both charges mean the driver’s functionality was impaired due to alcohol or other drugs (including drugs prescribed by a physician and recreational drugs). […]

    How to Sue a Company or Business

    Sometimes business disputes can result in a lawsuit when neither party can find common ground. It is easy to rush to the conclusion of needing a lawsuit before doing the proper due diligence to see if this is actually the best step when it comes to resolving a business dispute. It is important to note that when you sue a […]

    Robbery vs Burglary

    If you take something from someone unlawfully, you are asking for criminal charges to be brought against you. That being said, there are hundreds of scenarios that can lead to criminal charges being brought against you for theft, burglary, or robbery. While all three of these seem similar, in reality, they have a few significant differences that can change the […]

    Accessory To A Crime

    It’s important to understand that you don’t have to commit a crime directly (acting as the “principal”) to still be charged as an accessory to the crime. To form a definition of an accessory to a crime, it is also important to define related terms:  Aiding: Assisting an individual to commit a crime. Abetting: Encouraging another to commit a crime. […]