Reno is the largest city in Nevada outside of Clark County. Reno being a popular gambling destination, every year its courts see hundreds of cases for unpaid casino markers in Reno. Several arrests for solicitation of prostitution and Nevada trespass are also made in its casinos. Other frequently charged Nevada crimes are Reno DUI, robbery, larceny and burglary.
Our Reno office is located at:
Reno Criminal Defense
200 S. Virginia, 8th floor
Reno, NV 89501
Phone: (775) 348-9685
Reno Municipal Court and Reno Justice Court
Reno Municipal Court hears all misdemeanor crimes, such as Reno DUI, that allegedly occurred within the incorporated city limits. Meanwhile, Reno Justice Court hears all other cases originating in the city, including felonies like unpaid casino markers in Reno. (Some felony cases may be "bound over" to Washoe County District Court, also in Reno Nevada.)
Reno Municipal Court and Reno Justice Court are both located at 1 South Sierra Street, Reno, Nevada 89501.
The Washoe County Detention Facility (Reno Jail) is located at 911 E Parr Blvd., Reno, NV
Click on this link for further info about the Washoe County Detention Facility.
Just because you have been arrested does not mean you are guilty . . . .
Getting arrested is only the first step of a criminal case. Whether you have been written up for a Reno traffic violation or charged with a drug crime or violent offense, you cannot be convicted unless a judge or jury finds you guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. That is where our Reno Criminal Defense Attorneys come in.
Our Reno Criminal Defense Lawyers vigorously negotiate with prosecutors in attempt to either dismiss your case completely or reduce your charges, thereby lowering any penalties. And we are always ready to go to trial for you, bolstered by our thirty-plus years experience in criminal law and dozens of successful past trials.
If you have been arrested in Reno, you are welcome to phone our Reno Criminal Defense Lawyers at (775) 348-9685. We can schedule a free consultation at your convenience to talk about your case.