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Las Vegas Criminal Defense Lawyer

Getting arrested is a scary and unsettling experience. Whether you are sitting in jail or out on bail you likely have a thousand questions: What happens next? What are my options? Am I going to go to jail or prison for an extended period of time? Are there ways to get the charges reduced or dropped? What is going to happen to my job? To my family? It can be even more intimidating as a Las Vegas tourist or out-of-town visitor unfamiliar with your surroundings and separated from your support system. If you have been arrested in Las Vegas, whether you are a local or a visitor, you need to make sure you are getting qualified legal help from the right person, contact an experienced Las Vegas criminal defense lawyer.

It can be tempting to ask friends or family for advice on how to handle your legal troubles, but the only way to secure the best possible outcome is to retain a seasoned, knowledgeable, dedicated and compassionate criminal defense attorney. Adrian Marie Lobo has more than a decade of experience handling a wide range of criminal matters in Las Vegas, including drug crimes, sex crimes, violent crimes, white collar crimes, theft, status crimes, and juvenile matters. A zealous advocate for accused defendants, Adrian knows how to fight for her clients to get charges reduced or dropped, how to obtain alternative sentences like drug or anger management counseling, and how to keep her clients out of jail.

Getting Out on Bail

If you or a loved one has been arrested and is being held in a local Nevada jail, Lobo Law can help you devise the best plan for a quick release. We can help collect the necessary bail and release information, contact a local Las Vegas bail bonds agent, and argue before the court if necessary to secure your release. Attorney Adrian Lobo is ready and able to help clients detained at the Clark County Detention Center as well as the North Las Vegas Jail and the Henderson Jail.

Arrested Does Not Mean Guilty

When you are arrested by the police, they will often try to make you feel as though the case is already lost, that guilt is already established, and that you might as well confess, plead guilty or do anything the police or DA ask in exchange for their mercy. But being arrested merely starts the process for you. You are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and the District Attorney must prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. The first thing you should do if you or a loved one has been arrested in Clark County is to call an experienced criminal defense lawyer to help you through the process and make sure that you preserve your best defense from the moment you are arrested.

A good criminal defense lawyer knows the ins and outs of the system; the city, county, and state police, the prosecutors, the judges, and the Las Vegas criminal courts process. An expert knowledge of the process and the players involved along with the tenacity and investigatory skills to build your defense are the key elements to winning your case. An experienced criminal defense lawyer like Adrian Lobo will know how to negotiate for you where possible, and fight for you in court where necessary. At Lobo Law, we are ready and willing to go to trial on your behalf.

Call Today for a Confidential Consultation on Your Las Vegas Criminal Defense Matter

If you or a loved one has been arrested in Clark County, contact Lobo Law for a confidential consultation on your criminal matter. Las Vegas criminal defense attorney Adrian Lobo offers expert, discreet legal assistance for a variety of criminal matters. We may be able to get your charges reduced or dropped, and where negotiations fail, we’ll take your case all the way through trial. Our Las Vegas criminal defense lawyers are here to make sure that you are prepared at every step of the process and that your case is as strong as it can be.

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