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Resisting Arrest in Nevada
Resisting Arrest in Nevada

Getting arrested is an emotionally overwhelming experience, which is why it is not uncommon for people to attempt to flee or resist arrest. Unfortunately, resisting arrest in Nevada is punishable by serious criminal penalties—on top of the charges you might be facing for the ...

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The Draskovich Law Group Blog & Legal Insights

  • Resisting Arrest in Nevada

    Getting arrested is an emotionally overwhelming experience, which is why it is not uncommon for people to attempt to flee or resist arrest. ...

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  • Can I Get My DUI Charged Reduced in Nevada?

    A first-time DUI in Nevada is a misdemeanor offense, punishable by a maximum jail term of six months, a fine of up to $1,000 (not including court ...

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  • Drugged Driving in Nevada

    Not only can you get a DUI while under the influence of alcohol in Nevada, but also when you’re intoxicated by drugs. According to state law, you can ...

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  • New Nevada Laws in 2020

    Not only does the new year mean a new decade, but 2020 also results in new laws. Dozens of laws, including many relating to crime, has now taken ...

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  • It’s a Misdemeanor to Sleep in a Public Space in Las Vegas

    On November 1, 2019, a new law went into effect in Las Vegas that prohibits individuals from sitting or sleeping in public areas when there are beds ...

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  • Is Copyright Infringement a Civil or Criminal Matter?

    A copyright is a type of protection given to the owner of creative works that affords them exclusive rights for distributing the material. If a person ...

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