Baylie Hellman, Esq.
Nevada Criminal Defense Attorney

Las Vegas criminal defense attorney Baylie Hellman

Las Vegas Defense Group's newest recruit, Baylie Hellman hails from UNLV's Boyd School of Law, where she was first in her class in trial advocacy and contributed to the Nevada Law Journal.

Ms. Hellman gained valuable "backroom" experience in criminal law through her clerkship with a Carson City judge and her externship with the Clark County Special Public Defenders Office's homicide division. She also volunteered at the prestigious Federal Public Defenders Office; there, she honed her appellate researching and writing skills and knowledge of Ninth Circuit procedures.

Ms. Hellman completed her undergraduate studies from the Metropolitan State University of Denver, where she minored in Criminal Justice and Criminology.

Sample Case Results

  • Nevada v. I.V. (2019)

    Description: I.V. was being investigated for a hit-and-run causing bodily injury, which is a felony. He also faced charges for driving on a revoked license (a misdemeanor). Baylie negotiated with the police officers, and it was reduced to two traffic tickets.
    Outcome: FELONY HIT-AND-RUN REDUCED TO TWO TRAFFIC TICKETS.
  • Las Vegas v. I.R. (2019)

    Description: I.R. was charged with battery domestic violence. Baylie negotiated with prosecutors, and it was reduced to disturbing the peace, which will itself be dismissed once I.R. pays the fine.
    Outcome: BATTERY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TO BE DISMISSED.
  • Nevada v. S.G. (2019)

    Description: S.G. was charged with battery. Baylie negotiated a full dismissal.
    Outcome: BATTERY CHARGE DISMISSED.
  • Nevada v. D.K. (2019)

    Description: The Nevada DMV suspended D.K.'s driver's license for one year for allegedly failing to submit to an evidentiary test following a DUI arrest. Baylie argued that the facts to not show that D.K. refused to take the test. The DMV agreed.
    Outcome: DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION RESCINDED.
  • Las Vegas v. P.D. (2019)

    Description: P.D. was charged with battery. Baylie negotiated a full dismissal.
    Outcome: BATTERY CHARGE DISMISSED.
  • Nevada v. M.S. (2019)

    Description: Client was charged with grand larceny as a category C felony. Baylie persuaded the D.A. to reduce it to petty larceny, which is only a misdemeanor. A petty larceny conviction may sealed after only one year. A category C felony conviction cannot be sealed until after five years.
    Outcome: FELONY THEFT REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT.
  • Nevada v. J.S. (2018)

    Description: Client, who is in the Air Force, faced misdemeanor battery domestic violence charges. A conviction would have cost him his military career. The case went to a bench trial.
    Outcome: NOT GUILTY VERDICT FOR BATTERY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.

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