Moapa, Nevada DUI Defense and Criminal Defense Lawyers
Court Information in Moapa


Moapa is a large town with a small population in northern Clark County, Nevada. It is best known for its nearness to the Moapa River Indian Reservation. Most of the cases its court hears involve violations of Nevada traffic ticket law.

Moapa Justice Court

Since Moapa is an unincorporated town, it has no municipal court. The Moapa Township Justice Court is located at 1340 E. Hwy, Moapa, NV 89025. But note that its mailing address is Moapa Township Justice Court, P.O. Box 280, Moapa, NV 89025.

Visit the following link for general information about Moapa Township Justice Court.

Moapa has no jail, so arrestees are booked at the Clark County Detention Center in downtown Las Vegas.


We are here for you if you have been arrested . . . .

Our Moapa Criminal Defense attorneys have over thirty years of combined criminal, DUI and Nevada traffic ticket law experience. We are skilled in negotiating felony and misdemeanor cases down to reduced charges or maybe full dismissals. We are seasoned trial attorneys as well, having won many "not guilty" verdicts and hung juries.

If you have been cited or booked at Clark County Detention Center on a criminal charge in Moapa, phone our Las Vegas Criminal Defense Lawyers at 702-DEFENSE (702-333-3673) for a free consultation.

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