Daniel Page, Esq.
Las Vegas Criminal Defense Attorney

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Se habla español. Las Vegas Defense Group attorney Daniel Page has devoted his entire legal career to criminal defense, and he works tirelessly to negotiate and litigate for favorable resolutions for his clients.

Daniel's interest in criminal defense was sparked as a young child, when he watched his parents work as Spanish-language court interpreters. His parents also taught him to both respect and question police authority:

I feel that officers should be held accountable like all citizens to uphold the law, this includes highest law of the land, the Constitution.  I believe as defense attorneys we need to hold officers accountable and put them to task to ensure all criminal investigations and arrests were done within Constitutional boundaries.

Daniel earned his B.A. and J.D. from UNLV. He spent his first three years out of law school at the Clark County Public Defender's Office, where he gained a wide breadth and depth of experience in all aspects of felony and misdemeanor cases.

AT-A GLANCE

  • Former Clark County public defender
  • Experience includes 10 jury trials and 30 bench trials
  • Won "not guilty" verdicts at battery domestic violence, felony battery, theft, child rape, and attempted murder trials.
  • Associate defense counsel for the Nevada Association of Public Safety Officers (NAPSO)
  • Fluent Spanish-speaker

Since gaining admittance to the Nevada Bar in 2007, Daniel has conducted 10 jury trials, 30 bench trials, and close to 50 preliminary hearings. He received "not guilty" verdicts for such charges as the Nevada crime of battery domestic violence, the Nevada crime of rape of a child, and the Nevada crime of attempted murder. One notable case involved a client who was charged with battery with a deadly weapon causing substantial bodily harm among other charges:

My client hit his uncle over the head with a full wine bottle causing sever damage after an extensive family argument that started with my client's aunt accusing him of making her child cry. The family thereafter disowned my client and demanded that he go to prison. The Jury found my client Not Guilty on the grounds of self-defense in Nevada.

Daniel also won a Not Guilty verdict in a felony bench trial where his client was accused of stealing a laptop at the McCarran International Airport:

Their police officers placed a bait computer outside the airport. My client worked at the airport, saw the computer, and put it in his back pack. Officers arrested him as he was entering the airport. Despite the fact that my client violated airport policy, I convinced the judge that the state could not prove intent to permanently deprive the property from the owner.

In addition, Daniel is an attorney that even the police turn to whenever an officer gets accused of a crime: One of Las Vegas Defense Group's clients is the Nevada Association of Public Safety Officers (NAPSO). (Learn more about Las Vegas Defense Group's representation of NAPSO.)

Furthermore, Daniel is a skilled legal writer and has filed many Nevada suppression motions that prompted prosecutors to reduce felony charges down to misdemeanors. One of his suppression motions resulted in a high level drug-trafficking case being totally dismissed. He has even penned various pre-file writs that persuaded district court judges to dismiss certain criminal counts.

Daniel has been married for 13 years and has three sons. Half-Argentinian and proud of his Hispanic heritage, Daniel has lived in Panama and Costa Rica and is fluent in Spanish.

Sample Case Results

Daniel has helped thousands of clients achieve charge reductions, case dismissals or even full acquittals. Just some of his recent legal victories include the following:

    • City of Las Vegas v. M.Y.
      Date: July 6, 2016
      Description: Our client faced charges for obstructing a police officer and disorderly conduct following an argument with a cop on Fremont Street. Las Vegas Defense Group attorney Daniel Page negotiated a deal where both cases were dismissed after our client paid a small fine, completed an impulse-control class, and avoided any more arrests for a year.
      Outcome: OBSTRUCTION AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT CHARGES DISMISSED.
    • State of NV v. C.Y.
      Date: June 8, 2016
      Description: Our client faced a DUI charge. Las Vegas Defense Group attorney Daniel Page persuaded the D.A. to reduce the charge to "Nevada crime of reckless driving" once our client attended DUI School and a Victim Impact Panel and paid a fine. Whereas DUIs have a 7-year waiting period before the record can be sealed, reckless driving has only a 2-year waiting period. 
      Outcome: DUI REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING.
    • State of NV v. M.D.
      Date: April 5, 2016
      Description: Our client was charged with drunk driving. Las Vegas Defense Group attorney Daniel Page negotiated a resolution where the DUI was reduced to the "Nevada crime of reckless driving" once our client attended DUI School and a Victim Impact Panel and paid a fine. Whereas DUIs have a 7-year waiting period before the record can be sealed, reckless driving has only a 2-year waiting period. 
      Outcome: DUI REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING.
    • State of NV v. K.M.
      Date: April 5, 2016
      Description: Our client was charged with misdemeanor drug possession and misdemeanor paraphernalia possession. Las Vegas Defense Group attorney Daniel Page made a deal where both charges were dismissed with no conviction once our client finished short-term "Lower Level Drug Counseling."
      Outcome: CASE DISMISSED.
    • State of NV v. S.A.
      Date: March 11, 2016
      Description: Our client was charged with felony cocaine possession. Daniel Page persuaded the prosecutor to dismiss the case in exchange for a $1,003 fine. 
      Outcome: CASE DISMISSED.
    • State of NV v. C.N.
      Date: February 5, 2015
      Description: The cops observed our client leave a bar and arrested him for drunk driving when he got into the driver's seat of his car. Daniel explained to the D.A. that our client never started the car and was only retrieving his insulin to treat his diabetes. The D.A. then dismissed the DUI charge prior to trial.
      Outcome: CASE DISMISSED.
    • State of NV v. J.K.
      Date: November 25, 2014
      Description: Our client had been drinking at a Las Vegas club. She went to her car and put the keys in the ignition, though she did not turn on the car and tried to call for a ride. The police arrested her for violating Nevada DUI laws and tested her breath, which was almost three times the legal limit. At the Nevada DMV hearing, Daniel argued that our client never exercised physical control over the vehicle. The DMV found in favor of our client and allowed her to keep her license. Then the D.A. dismissed the DUI charges at trial.
      Outcome: CASE DISMISSED & DRIVER'S LICENSE SAVED.
    • State of NV v. V.S.
      Date: July 27, 2011
      Description: The defendant was accused of throwing a knife at his uncle and hitting him over the head with a wine bottle. He was charged with the Nevada felonies of assault and battery with a deadly weapon. At trial Daniel argued to the jury that the defendant was acting out of self-defense in Nevada. The jury then acquitted the defendant on all charges.
      Outcome: NOT GUILTY VERDICTS.
    • State of NV v. D.B.
      Date: July 10, 2010
      Description: The defendant worked at McCarran Airport. He found a bait computer placed by Las Vegas Metro near a bench outside the baggage claim. He picked it up and put it in his backpack, prompting the police to arrest him for the Nevada felony of grand larceny. Daniel explained during the bench trial that the defendant only took the computer in order to give it to his boss so that they may find the true owner. The judge then found the defendant not guilty.
      Outcome: NOT GUILTY VERDICT.

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