Why You May Be Charged with Burglary Even if You Didn’t Steal; Crimes Against Property, Tack on Charge & More

A common question among clients consulting with their attorney when recently arrested for a crime, is what does it have to do with the crime of Burglary? Why they are booked on charges which include burglary is what many people simply do not understand. The common theme is that they can’t, or shouldn’t, be charged…

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Choosing a Business Structure in Las Vegas, NV; Limited Liability Company, Partnership, Corporations & More

With the increasingly complex number of choices you have in which to form a business, the ever increasingly complex world we live in makes the decision difficult. There are many options including corporation, LLC, LLP and LLLP among others. Understanding the taxes plays a role and they include the entity be taxed like a C-corporation,…

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Problems with Construction Home Builder Arbitration Clause in Non Disclosure Agreement in Las Vegas, NV

When they are seeking remedies for construction defects, arbitration clauses and non-disclosure agreements in Nevada construction disputes can potentially harm the rights of homeowners. Consumers are at a disadvantage when they arbitrate their claims instead of pursuing legal remedies in court while proponents of arbitration clauses claim that they help to make the claims process…

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Nevada Gun Laws in 2020; Concealed Carry Permit, Open Carry, Red Flag, Selling Firearms at Gun Shows & More

Though we are halfway through 2020, beginning on January 1, there was an amendment to Assembly Bill 291, which is popularly known as a “red flag law.” Based on concerns that the person poses a threat to themselves or others, this allows a person’s family or household members to request that a court temporarily prohibit…

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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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