Super Lawyers recognizes Las Vegas Defense Group's Jeremy Beasley as a "Rising Star" personal injury attorney. As a Nevada accident attorney, Jeremy Beasley is committed to helping accident victims recover substantial money damages. Jeremy also practices family la and is committed to afeguarding the rights of his clients mired in divorce, child custody, or other family court matters. Learn more about Las Vegas Defense Group's personal injury lawyers in Nevada and family law lawyers in Nevada.
Prior to entering the legal profession, Jeremy served in the United States Air Force, which awarded him the Air Force Longevity Service Award, the Air Force Good Conduct Medal, and the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. He went on to earn his paralegal certificate from UNLV before graduating with a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix summa cum laude. For his J.D., he attended the Mississippi College School of Law.
Jeremy has worked in sundry areas of the law at various law firms, and his vast experience serves his clients who may be facing related legal matters in criminal or civil court. From his work externing for a Las Vegas Justice Court judge, he gained priceless "back room" knowledge of how courts function in Nevada. Jeremy has also participated in the "Ask a Lawyer Program" for Legal Aid of Southern Nevada and the Truancy Diversion Project in North Las Vegas. Last, but certainly not least, he is an Eagle Scout.
Sample Case Results
In the Matter of the Driving Privilege of M.M.
Date: March 24, 2017
Description: Client refused to take a breath and blood test when stopped for a possible DUI. A DMV hearing was set for a one year suspension of driving privileges. Two officers appeared at the hearing and testified. During a successful cross-examination, Jeremy got the officers to admit to not knowing if the client was properly advised of the consequences of not taking a breath or blood test. Judge ruled with an Order of Dismissal of the case, and the DMV did not order a license suspension.
Outcome: DMV CASE DISMISSED
In re. H.J.
Date: February 1, 2017
Description: Our client was subject to a temporary restraining order. At the next court hearing, the judge informed the parties that she was inclined to grant an extension of the protective order. But after Jeremy argued on our client's behalf, the judge dissolved the protective order and declined to grant the extension.
Outcome: RETRAINING ORDER AGAINST CLIENT DISSOLVED