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Understand Nevada’s Hazing Laws
Understand Nevada’s Hazing Laws

States across the country have been passing laws addressing hazing on college campuses. Hazing is defined by Nevada law as an activity in which a person intentionally or recklessly endangers the physical health of another person for purposes of initiation. Commonly, ...

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Blog Posts in 2017

  • Can I Lose My Commercial License After a DUI?

    Commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) can weigh anywhere from 10,000 to 80,000 pounds. They also tend to be hard to maneuver and highly regulated. Drivers ...

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  • Avoid a DUI This Holiday Season

    The holiday season is here, and that means lots of celebrations, family gatherings, office parties, and other social events, often involving alcohol. ...

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  • Violent Crimes vs. Self Defense

    Violent crimes like assault, battery, and murder are almost always subject to some of the heaviest penalties the law can give due to their shocking ...

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  • Why You Should Never Let Police Search Your Property Without a Warrant

    No matter how polite or menacing an officer may be, you should never let them search your property without a warrant. As a citizen of the United ...

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  • What the Law Says About Teen Sexting

    Sexting is a direct, flirtatious text message indicating your desire and attraction for someone. According to studies, sexting can actually be healthy ...

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  • Tips for Helping Party Guests Avoid a DUI

    With the arrival of September, that means the holiday season is just around the corner. Many Americans will celebrate fall and winter with friends and ...

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  • Fake ID Laws in Nevada

    According to Nevada law regarding fake IDs, it is unlawful for an individual to possess, sell or transfer any document or personal identifying ...

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  • Nevada's Recreational Marijuana Laws

    In November 2016, Nevada residents voted to decriminalize recreational marijuana. Effective as of January 1, 2017, adults who are 21 years of age or ...

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  • Nevada Date Rape: What It Is, the Law, and the Consequences

    “Date rape” refers to non-consensual sexual intercourse between two parties who were seeing each other in a social manner—such as being significant ...

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