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Monthly Archives: February 2019


Why a Shooter is Almost Always Arrested, Even When it’s Self-Defense

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Nevada law imposes strict penalties for weapons charges. Nevertheless, Nevada is considered a very “gun-friendly” state, due to open carry laws and a wide range of permissive laws allowing concealed carry even in some government buildings. Still, if you discharge a firearm, you should expect to be arrested. Remember that an arrest is not… Read More »

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But I Thought Weed Was Legal? Getting Busted for Marijuana in Vegas

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If you recently got arrested for marijuana in Las Vegas, you might be a little frustrated and confused. After all, isn’t marijuana legal in Nevada now? Well, yes but with a lot of qualifications. To be clear, marijuana is still classified as a Schedule I drug by the federal government, making it a federal… Read More »

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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Shaken Baby Criminal Charges

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Shaken baby syndrome is a real thing, and it claims the lives of thousands of babies each year. Some estimates suggest as many as 3,000 babies are shaken to injury or death each year, although many go unreported or undiagnosed. When a baby is shaken to death, it is almost always charged as murder…. Read More »

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Can I Be Convicted of Sexual Assault Without Evidence?

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No. There must be evidence. However, that’s just half the story. The real question is, what kind of evidence is required in order to get a conviction?  In Las Vegas, the only evidence required is a victim’s testimony. That’s it. At Lobo Law, we know that results matter the most. If you’ve been charged… Read More »

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