Cases Won on Circumstantial Evidence? Difference Between Direct & Physical Evidence, Inference, Reasoning & More

TV and the movies get it all wrong. While direct evidence is damning, circumstantial evidence is laughed off as nothing. Well about 90% of all evidence in a trial tends to be circumstantial. Inference is a primary component of circumstantial evidence. When physical evidence is collected it is related to the case or event by…

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Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor is a Misdemeanor in Nevada; Being Falsely Accused & Other Defenses

A misdemeanor in Nevada is contributing to the delinquency of a minor. To contribute to a child’s delinquent behavior or neglect it is a crime in Nevada for a person. Being destitute, being homeless, or living in a brothel or other unfit home; begging in public, having no adult supervision, being in the company of…

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How to Choose a Nursing Home; Assisted Living Facility Referral Sources, No Reputation for Abuse & More

Watching a beloved family member grow older can be an emotional experience for everyone involved. Some people age without any major health problems or limitations while others have many physical or mental limitations that start to surface. You may be faced with the decision at some point about whether or not you will put your…

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Is the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic a Force Majeure Event? Impact on Contractual Relationships & More

Many businesses are facing situations that may excuse or delay their obligations to perform under existing contracts due to the occurrence of a force majeure event as we navigate through the pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus. Today, we at Kajioka & Associates Attorneys at Law, would like to discuss the force majeure clause. Force…

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Domestic Battery Cases Increase During Covid-19 Shelter in Place; Legal Representation for Falsely Accused & More

Even in the nation’s entertainment capital, the closing of nightlife and recreation is around the world as we endure the COVID-19 pandemic. With the consequences of daily impacting people, the many stressors have ramped up tensions and affected even healthy relationships with snapping, arguing, hurt feelings, and anger flare ups. Whether there was a moment…

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Small Business Legal Strategy for Coronavirus; Bylaws & Operating Agreements, Licensing, Contracts & More

The long-term strategic impacts of COVID-19 also require analysis and strategic planning as the misfortune continues to change and governments around the world organize to solve the immediate threat. Concerning the long-term effects of COVID-19 in the workplace, all businesses, regardless of size, should prepare. It is equally important to make sure they are prepared…

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What to Do if You Get Pulled Over Smoking Marijuana while Driving or with Drugs in the Car in Las Vegas, NV

Quite a few people are indulging in marijuana use since being legalized in Nevada. Though legal, however, marijuana still has its restrictions for legal use. It has a lot of similarities to alcohol. Like alcohol, driving while using marijuana are illegal; and much like alcohol DUIs, if you are arrested for driving under the influence…

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