Our Las Vegas office is located at:
Las Vegas Criminal Defense
2300 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 450
(In U.S. Bank Building across from Palace Station Casino)
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102
Phone: (702) 333-3673
Fax: (702) 974-0524
Common Las Vegas Charges We Fight
Las Vegas Defense Group, LLC, defends against every type of felony, misdemeanor, and gross misdemeanor charge in Nevada. Some of the most common cases our attorneys handle in Las Vegas include the following:
- Nevada crime of DUI/ Drunk Driving: Our Las Vegas DUI defense lawyers may be able to get a DUI charge reduced and to save the defendant's drivers license even if his/her blood alcohol content (BAC) was .08 or over.
- Nevada crime of battery domestic violence (BDV): Sin City is a hotbed for emotions running high, and sometimes people try to get each other into trouble out of anger or revenge. It may be possible for our attorneys to show that the victim falsely accused the defendant and self-inflicted his/her wounds.
- Nevada crime of casino markers: Las Vegas casinos shell out millions in casino markers a day. The D.A. is often willing to drop casino marker charges as long as the defendant agrees to a payment plan to reimburse the casinos for the unpaid markers.
- Nevada crime of solicitation of prostitution: Many people do not realize that prostitution is illegal in Las Vegas. Many first-time solicitation charges can get dismissed if the person pays a fine and attends a class.
- Sealing Nevada criminal records. A small transgression while on vacation in Las Vegas can preclude job opportunities all around the country. Our attorneys may be able to get a person's records sealed so nothing comes up on his/her background checks.
Bailing Out of Nevada Jails
Our attorneys guide our clients through the often confusing Nevada bail and inmate release procedures. We also try to get our clients' bail lowered or dispensed with completely so there is no court payment required.
A Las Vegas Arrest Does NOT Guarantee a Conviction
Getting arrested in Las Vegas is only the beginning of a criminal case. The defendant is presumed innocent unless the the prosecution proves guilt beyond a reasonable doubt at trial. And in most cases, our attorneys can negotiate a favorable resolution without ever having to take the case to a jury. To schedule a FREE case consultation with a Las Vegas criminal defense lawyer, call 702-DEFENSE (702-333-3673).