201304.17
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Using Your Right To Remain Silent

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The law can be a confusing thing to decipher and interpret. But when you’ve been arrested or detained for interrogation, the law can become an even more frightening entity to understand. However, as long as you understand and comprehend certain aspects and rights, you can protect yourself against a police officer’s biggest unsuspecting ally: you….

201304.11
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Criminal Arrests and Interrogation Rights

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It’s fairly common knowledge that one has the right to speak to an attorney immediately following an arrest. Yet it’s estimated that around 80 percent of citizens waive that right and allow police to conduct an interrogation. Why? Part of it may have something to do with the fact that police are trained to use…

201302.01
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Self Defense in Nevada: What Every Las Vegas Resident Should Know

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No one truly wants to get into a situation that requires violence, but sometimes things get out of hand. Under Nevada law, you have a right to protect yourself. In fact, many criminal charges involving violence are actually self defense situations. In order for a case to be legally considered self defense, you must meet…

201301.08
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How to Avoid a Criminal Conviction During a DUI Arrest

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Imagine that you’re driving home one night and see a light flash out of the corner of your eye. You glance at your rear view mirror and feel your heart sink; you’re getting pulled over. Don’t panic – being pulled over or arrested is not the same as being convicted. When they pull you over,…