Blog Posts in December, 2011

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  • Los castigos por los D.U.I.'s son más severos en Reno, Nevada, especialmente por delitos mayores.

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 31-Dec-2011

    En Reno y otras partes de Nevada un acusado que maneje ebrio o uno que esté bajo el efecto de drogas puede ser acusado por delitos menores o delitos mayores, dependiendo de su situación. Ambas situaciones tienen consecuencias de cárcel, multas, y la suspensión de su licencia. La mayor parte de tiempo, los detenidos por D.U.I., a menudo son encontrados después de ...
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  • Nevada Drug Trafficking on The Rise

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 30-Dec-2011

    According to various reports, drug use and sales are at high levels in Nevada. The U.S. Department of Justice points to several important issues regarding drug use in the state, including unchecked borders with California and Arizona, a growing crystal meth problem and a nightlife that contributes to easy access to traditional club drugs. With these elements vexing law enforcement, it is readily ...
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  • La Gente que maneja ebria, puesta en libertad y que regresan a la cárcel.

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 27-Dec-2011

    El Fiscal General del Estado, Catherin Cortez, recién, puso en marcha un proyecto de ley que es una solicitud a la legislatura de Nevada para clarificar el derecho acerca del "arresto domiciliario" de la gente que maneja ebria. Ahora la ley dice, si una persona mata o lesiona a otra mientras está manejando ebria, el requisito (por ley) es que estará dos anos en la ...
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  • Not Your Mother's Bath Salts

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 27-Dec-2011

    A new type of street drug known as "bath salts" has emerged onto the scene recently forcing the drug enforcement agency (DEA) to act - issuing a temporary ban on the chemicals used in their production. According to the federal order, the chemicals used to make bath salts, methedrone, MDPV, and methylone - are banned for at least one year. After the year ban, studies will then determine ...
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  • Si has tenido un choque, ¿Deberías buscar un abogado?

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 27-Dec-2011

    La mayor parte de las personas no se cortan sus pelos solos. También, buscan profesionales para cepillarse sus dientes una vez al año, y para una variedad de otros servicios. Sin embargo, después de un choque, algunas personas piensan que no necesitan representación para proteger sus derechos. De hecho, sí necesitan ayuda. El proceso de la solución que ...
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  • Negligence Per Se For Dummies

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 21-Dec-2011

    You may be able to name every character off of Cheech and Chong, you may also be able to recite every line of Pineapple Express. However, what may be more important for you to know if you wish to stay out of prison is the meaning of "Per Se." We hear it everyday in our casual conversations. "I mean Lydsey Lohan is attractive Per Se, but compared to Jessica Alba - no comparison" ...
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  • Released DUI Offenders Sent Back to Prison

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 21-Dec-2011

    Nevada Attorney General Catherin Cortez recently filed a bill draft request with the Nevada legislature aiming to clarify the law governing DUI "house arrests." As the law stands, a person who kills or injures another while driving under the influence is required (by law) to spend two years in jail, not just house arrest as some had interpreted the law. A study conducted through the ...
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  • Reno work accidents best handled by experienced Nevada workers compensation lawyers

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 16-Dec-2011

    The U.S. Department of Labor announced this month that more than 1.2 million work injury or accident cases resulted in time away from work in 2010. Sprains, strains and tears were the most commonly reported injury. Nationwide, work-related motor vehicle accidents continue to account for nearly half of all work injuries. So far, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) has also ...
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