Five common examples of aiding and abetting a crime.
There are six sentencing alternatives to jail for driving under the influence (DUI). They can help defendants avoid jail time.
The main difference between the crimes of pimping and pandering are: while pimping is associated with a person receiving the earnings of a prostitute, pandering typically occurs when a person convinces or persuades another party to become, or continue to be, a prostitute. The receipt of money is not a part of a pandering offense. Rather, the focus is on the convincing or persuasion.
There are five common prescription drugs that can lead to DUI charges: Adderall, Xanax, Ambien, Vicodin, and Clarinex.
Nevada gun laws apply to both in-state and out-of-state residents. But only non-Nevadans with CCW permits from "reciprocal states" may carry concealed firearms in Nevada.
It is legal to have unopened alcohol in your car if you are over 21 years old. If you are under 21, it is illegal to be in possession of alcohol even if it is unopened. The only exception for under 21 drivers is the transport of unopened alcohol at the direction of a parent, guardian, or approved employer. Open containers of alcohol are a different matter. It is illegal for anyone to have an open alcohol container in the passenger compartment of a motor vehicle if it is on a highway or public lands. It doesn’t matter if the vehicle is moving or parked.
It is a crime in California to make a fake 911 call. Depending on the facts of the case, a false emergency report to 911 could be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony.
Yes, you can get a DUI on an e-Scooter.
Senate Bill 1129 was signed into law by Gov. Brown in September 2018. The bill applies to divorce proceedings and it has two main impacts on California’s divorce laws. These are: it prohibits spousal support to those spouses convicted of a violent sexual felony or a domestic violence felony, when the acts were committed against the other spouse, and it drastically limits the availability of spousal support to spouses convicted of a domestic violence misdemeanor, when the crime was committed against the other spouse. The bill also places restrictions on the above offenders’ ability to receive: attorney’s fees in divorce cases, and community interest in their retirement plans.
Under California domestic violence laws, the legal definition of domestic battery is: any willful and unlawful touching, that is harmful or offensive, and is committed against an intimate partner.
Lewd and lascivious conduct is a sexual act that is very offensive. It often involves a child. Physical penetration is not necessary. It is a type of sex crime. It is often charged as a felony offense.
Nevada's Victims of Crime Program (VOCP) provides financial support for eligible crime victims and their families.
Nevada law permits the concealed carry of firearms (NRS 202.350) in casinos. However, casino staff may legally ask gun-carriers to leave the property. People that refuse to leave could then face misdemeanor charges for trespass (NRS 207.200).
Yes, so long as the relationship is not sexual.
Missing a jury duty date will usually lead to a second summons for jury duty. However, missing jurors may be penalized. It can be treated as contempt of court. Jurors can prevent this from happening by showing they were excused from jury service.
Yes, it is illegal to remove a VIN number. Doing so can violate state law. It is also a violation of federal law.
Shoplifting can be a crime of moral turpitude.
Las Vegas police must read Miranda warnings to suspects in "custodial interrogation." This is when the suspect is not free to leave (usually after an arrest), and the police are questioning the suspect.
A case dismissed without prejudice is resolved, but can be re-filed. The case can be criminal, though it is more common for civil cases to be dismissed without prejudice.
Live Scan fingerprinting uses digital technology instead of ink. Live Scan fingerprints taken in Las Vegas get immediately transferred to the Department of Justice (DOJ). The DOJ then uses the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) to run background checks and retrieve their criminal record (if any).
1) Complete the record request form; 2) Get fingerprinted; 3) Pay the fee; 4) Mail in the request; 5) Wait for a response; and 6) Seal the criminal record (if possible).
Domestic violence can be a crime of moral turpitude.
Retrograde extrapolation is a way to estimate a DUI suspect’s blood alcohol content (BAC). Police use the method to calculate what someone’s BAC was, hours before they were tested. Retrograde extrapolation is significant because it is often inaccurate. Suspects accused of driving under the influence can challenge the process and defend against a DUI charge.
1) Meet the preconditions; 2) Use the IID perfectly for 4 months; 3) Ask the IID company for a compliance letter; 4) Wait for the Colorado DMV's removal letter; 5) Go to the DMV to reinstate full driving privileges; 6) Get the IID removed; and 7) Cancel the SR22 insurance (in some cases).
The statute of limitations for Colorado DUIs depends on the case. The time-limit for the D.A. to bring criminal charges is 18 months for misdemeanors, 3 years for felonies, and 5 years for DUI with death and leaving the scene of the accident.