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November 2017 Archives

Criminal defense lawyers assist those accused of DUI this holiday

The spirit of the season is upon us in Nevada, and this includes not just feasting, caroling and gift-giving, but also "spirits" such as those found in your favorite eggnog, mixed drink or even a cold beer or a fine wine. Many people in Nevada have a drink or two while celebrating the holidays and usually this is not a cause for concern. However, the situation can quickly ratchet up if a person is pulled over on accusations of drunk driving after leaving a holiday celebration.

New tax act could spell big changes to alimony if enacted

For those in Nevada who follow politics, tax reform is a hot button issue right now. In fact, a recent act known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has received considerable attention on both sides of the aisle, some positive, some negative. Of course, not everyone follows politics. However, they may want to stop and take note of this act, especially if they pay or receive alimony, also known as spousal support.

What are Nevada's laws regarding cell phone use while driving?

According to the Nevada Department of Transportation, a person who is talking on the phone while operating a motor vehicle is four times more apt to be involved in a car accident than those who don't. In fact, if a person is using a cell phone while behind the wheel of a car to send a text message or make a phone call, his or her reaction time can be delayed just as much as if the person was driving while intoxicated. This is true even if the motorist is using their cell phone hands-free.

One killed, one injured in catastrophic car crash on I-80

After a night out on the town, if a person is too intoxicated to drive, they have options. They can take a taxi or the bus home. They can catch a ride with a sober driver. They can even remain where they are until they are no longer intoxicated. Unfortunately, intoxicated drivers will still take to the streets of Nevada, causing catastrophic accidents.

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