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    What Is the Two-Hour Rule for DUI in Nevada?

    All Nevada drivers should be aware of the two-hour rule’s potential impact on them. As part of their DUI laws, Nevada has the two-hour rule (codified in NRS 484C.110(c)) that allows law enforcement to test drivers’ blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels within two hours of the time they stop driving. The two-hour rule can directly affect potential DUI cases. Working […]

    Unforgettable 2024 New Year’s Celebrations in Las Vegas

    Las Vegas, a city that never sleeps, is gearing up to welcome 2024 with spectacular New Year’s celebrations. From the dazzling lights of the Strip to unique experiences off the beaten path, Las Vegas is the place to be this New Year’s Eve. Whether you’re a local or just visiting, prepare to be part of some of the most memorable […]

    Discovering the Newest Small Businesses in Summerlin

    Summerlin, NV, a vibrant and bustling community in Nevada, is known for its dynamic business landscape. Several new small businesses have recently emerged, adding to the area’s charm and diversity. This blog post will take you through some of the most exciting and innovative small businesses that have recently started in Summerlin. From fashion boutiques to unique eateries, these establishments […]

    Protecting Immigrant Rights in Post-Conviction Relief Motions

    According to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), there are over 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States. These individuals face significant challenges in the legal system, including language barriers, lack of access to legal representation, and discrimination based on their immigration status. As President Obama said: “Our immigration system is broken, and everybody knows it.” Request a […]

    Can Assault with a Deadly Weapon Charges Be Dropped?

    If you’ve been arrested for or charged with assault with a deadly weapon, you’re probably worried about possible consequences, like prison time and fines. At the same time, there’s the question of whether the charges can be dropped.  In some cases, the charges can be dropped. An example of this occurred in 2022 when Damon Arnette, a former Las Vegas […]

    The Ultimate Guide to Breweries in Henderson, Nevada

    Hey there, beer enthusiasts and Henderson locals! If you want to explore the craft beer scene in Henderson, Nevada, you’ve come to the right place. From hoppy IPAs to smooth stouts, Henderson is home to various breweries that offer something for everyone. So, grab a pint glass, and let’s dive into the top five breweries you must visit! Bad Beat […]

    Reno, NV – A Golfer’s Paradise in the Silver State

    A Golfer’s Paradise in the Silver State Hey there, golf enthusiasts and casual putters alike! If you’re in or around Reno, Nevada, you’re in for a treat. The area is a golfer’s paradise, boasting a variety of courses that offer everything from challenging terrains to breathtaking views. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just looking to spend a leisurely day […]

    What Is the Exclusionary Rule?

    Were you arrested and charged with a crime in Las Vegas? Do you know or have reason to believe that the arresting police officer violated your constitutional rights? When an officer obtains evidence from an illegal search or seizure, that evidence might be inadmissible in court due to the exclusionary rule. Under this rule, courts must suppress evidence obtained in […]