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Five Simple Steps to Dealing with a Police Stop

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It seems almost every day on social media there is a video or story about someone having a serious interaction with the police, whether they are in a car or walking in public, a place where they have a right to walk. These difficult and often hostile confrontations typically occur when a police officer… Read More »

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How is Bail Handled in Nevada?

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For people who are arrested in Las Vegas, it can be a very disorienting process. This is partly because any arrest can create stress and anxiety, but it’s also because many of the people who are arrested in the city each year do not actually live here. If you live in a different state,… Read More »

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Sex, Drugs and Violence? America’s Top Three Crimes

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A review of the latest Bureau of Prison statistics, updated on April 20, 2019, reflects which crime categories make up the majority of all incarcerations. The results are somewhat expected in many ways, but in other ways, they may be a bit unexpected. At Lobo Law, our Las Vegas criminal defense lawyers are devoted… Read More »

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Should I hire a private criminal law attorney or go with the Public Defender’s office to represent me

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I am often asked this question in consultations with a potential new clients, and I respond by telling them that you may not qualify for the appointment of a public defender and there are realities you should consider. Once you’ve really evaluated your options, you might discover that hiring an experienced Las Vegas criminal… Read More »

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Posting Bond in Nevada

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If you’ve been arrested in Las Vegas, there are a few things you should probably know right away. First, do not speak to the police. Be polite, be cooperative, and do not be unnecessarily argumentative. But do not answer any questions. Simply ask for a lawyer and remain silent. Call Lobo Law to get… Read More »

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Can You Record the Police in Vegas?

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In general, yes. The U.S. Constitution has been interpreted as protecting the right to take photographs in public. Indeed, being able to record and document public events is an extremely important check on government power. However, there are certain exceptions and nuances that you need to understand. Sadly, many law enforcement officers may be… Read More »

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