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    Domestic Violence Resources in Las Vegas

    Suffering violent mental, physical, or emotional abuse at home can feel impossible to withstand on your own. No one should be trapped in a domestic violence situation, yet thousands of people throughout Nevada find themselves stuck in abusive situations without knowing how to escape. Learning about the Las Vegas domestic violence resources available to you as a victim of violent […]

    Unreasonable Las Vegas Search Warrants

    The Las Vegas Strip is famous for being a place tourists and Nevada residents alike go to relax, unwind, and let go of inhibitions. Thousands of people visit the Strip every year, walking with drinks in hand (in plastic cups) and looking for a good time. Most of these people are innocent citizens, not looking to cause trouble. Yet police […]

    Revenge Porn – Legalities in Las Vegas

    Technology has pervaded almost every aspect of life, opening the doors for a variety of new crimes that weren’t previously an issue. One crime that has grown across the country is revenge porn, or sharing material portraying someone (in explicit imagery or video content) who did not give consent for the person to share his or her image to the […]

    Criminal Stalking Laws – How Does Nevada Compare to Other States?

    Stalking laws are in place to protect people from suffering reasonable fear at the hands of a specific person. Each state defines the crime of stalking differently, and has separate stalking statutes. The Nevada stalking laws have certain requirements, standards, classifications, and repercussions that other states may not have. Learning your rights against stalkers in your state will allow you to […]

    Dehydration—Know the Signs

    No matter where in the country we hail from, most of us will agree that Vegas summers are hot. While residents are used to the seasonal swelter, most vacationers have no idea what they’re getting into. Add free-flowing alcohol from the Strip into the mix, and you have a recipe for disaster. Dehydration is no laughing matter—if it gets bad […]

    Air BnB Liability

    Companies like Air BnB appear to offer win-win situations. Travelers get accommodations with unique charm for less than the cost of an expensive hotel. Renters get to make a little extra money. It seems like the perfect match—until someone destroys your property or is injured on it. This is why understanding Air BnB liability is essential before agreeing on a contract. Property […]

    A Snapchat Driving Accident with Christal McGee

    A lawsuit is going viral, as a man is suing both a teenage driver and Snapchat for negligence in a case that could set a legal precedent for the kinds of liability apps have for their users. A snapchat driving accident like this is, unfortunately, common in this generation and present serious risks for all members involved. Christal McGee, 18, […]

    Wayne Szalinski: Crime and Punishment in Las Vegas Movies

    “You think I’m just some guy from Fresno, tinkering with crackpot ideas in his attic?” –Wayne Szalinski Yes we do, Wayne. Yes we do. Wayne Szalinski may seem like a curious character to include in an “infamous movie criminals” list, but a quick call back to the plot of Honey I Blew Up the Kid makes it abundantly clear. I […]

    You Can Now Sue Starbucks for Under-Filling Your Drink

    A federal judge ruled this month that two plaintiffs can pursue a lawsuit against coffee giant Starbucks. The crime? Starbucks under-filling your morning caffeine jolt. A Starbucks under-filling lawsuit, taking place in San Francisco, alleges that Starbucks lattes are 25% under-filled, calling the act “fraud.” This is more than just variations from different baristas; it’s the result of a revised recipe […]