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109, 2021

Misdemeanor Domestic Violence and Getting your Right to Keep and Bear Arms Back in Nevada

September 1st, 2021|Domestic Violence|

The following are commonly asked questions about getting a Pardon so that you can keep your right to bear arms after receiving a Misdemeanor Domestic Violence conviction.

Question:  Now that I am finishing my domestic violence case – and have a domestic violence conviction, can I ever get my right to own a firearm back?

Answer: Yes, if you successfully file for a Pardon from The Nevada Pardon Board […]

408, 2021

Sealing a Misdemeanor DUI Conviction in Las Vegas

August 4th, 2021|DUI|

Being convicted of a misdemeanor DUI has landed you a criminal record.  Have you heard about sealing your record?  If you have a DUI misdemeanor conviction on your record in Nevada, you may petition the Court of jurisdiction to seal your DUI arrest and conviction.  Misdemeanor DUI convictions are eligible to be sealed in Las Vegas, Clark County or any county in Nevada; but, you must have […]

2506, 2019

Nevada petit larceny charge – 12 things you need to know

June 25th, 2019|online shoplifting course, petit larceny, petty larceny, petty theft, retail theft, shoplifting|

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1) What is Petit Larceny in Nevada?

A petit larceny charge is applied to thefts of property with a value of under $650. Shoplifting is the most common petit larceny crime. In Nevada the legal definition of “shoplifting” is when someone “intentionally steals, takes or carries away” store property. The legal name for shoplifting is “larceny.” The seriousness of the charges depends on the value of the goods allegedly stolen. If the value […]

705, 2019

Nevada Petit Larceny Laws (NRS 205.240) Explained

May 7th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Definition of Nevada Petit Larceny

The intentional taking of another person’s property, without permission, can be called by many terms. For example, a charge of larceny may apply if a person actually steals or take away property. On the other hand, burglary would apply to entering a property with the intent to steal. It does not matter whether or not a theft actually occurred.

Nevada law uses the value of the items to define the severity […]

3105, 2018

Fentanyl – The Opiate Epidemic Ravaging America

May 31st, 2018|Uncategorized|

Fentanyl – The Opiate Epidemic Ravaging America

A lethal dosage of 2 milligrams of fentanyl can be lethal for most people, the agency said.

Fentanyl is a powerful opioid that is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine and 30 to 50 times more potent than heroin. Though fentanyl can be prescribed by a physician for pain […]

104, 2017


April 1st, 2017|Uncategorized|



Helmets… check Gloves… check Pegs down… check Passenger… check

You settle into the saddle, followed by the person who will be sitting just a deep breath away from your backside. As the pavement begins to roll under the pegs, you sense that all is right with the world. For many couples, if not most, sharing the ride with that special person is what cruising on two […]

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