In this section, our attorneys explain Nevada’s criminal laws and legal concepts, A to Z
Laughlin, Nevada is a small port city on the Colorado River. Since Laughlin is not an incorporated city, it has no municipal court, just a justice court. Furthermore, the Laughlin Jail is merely a temporary holding facility for the much larger Clark County Detention Center one hundred miles north in Las Vegas.
Scroll down for general information on the Laughlin Justice Court. For general information on the Laughlin Jail (also called the Tucker Holding Facility), click here.
The Laughlin Justice Court is at 101 Civic Way Suite #2, Laughlin, Nevada 89029.
There is street parking in front of the courthouse.
Laughlin Justice Court’s general number is 702-298-4622, and the fax number is 702-298-7508.
The Laughlin Justice Court is open from Mondays through Thursdays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Go to the Laughlin Justice Court public access search page to check whether your case is in Laughlin Justice Court. You must enter either your name or case number.
Otherwise, you can call the Laughlin Justice Court at 702-298-4622.
Yes, if the inmate’s case is in Laughlin Justice Court, you can bring bail money directly to the court window. (The Laughlin Jail, also called the Tucker Holding Facility, is in the same building as the Justice Court.) Call the Laughlin Justice Court at 702-298-4622 for bail instructions. Read how to bail someone out of Tucker Holding Facility.
You will not be allowed to enter the courtroom if you are dressed too revealingly, so no sleeveless tops or halter tops. You must wear shoes at all times, and no hats or sunglasses are allowed.
The Laughlin Justice Court hears criminal matters on Thursdays at 9:00 a.m.
Traffic Court occurs on Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
The Laughlin Justice Court does not supply translators. If you are scheduled to appear before Laughlin Justice Court and you do not speak English, it is your responsibility to bring a translator.
If you cannot afford legal counsel, the Laughlin Justice Court will assign you a Clark County public defender. However, retaining a private attorney is usually the best way to protect your rights and ensure you are getting the best deal.
Call our Las Vegas criminal defense attorneys to schedule a free consultation on your Laughlin case.
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