Blog Posts in May, 2012

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  • Fired For Being Too Hot

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 29-May-2012

    You may remember that back in the summer of 2010, an attractive and curvaceous woman named Debrahlee Lorenzan sued Citibank for wrongful termination. Apparently Lorenzana was "too hot" - so hot, in fact, that she allegedly distracted other bankers from doing their jobs, resulting in her firing. Just two years later, another woman claims that she was fired for similar reasons - her ...
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  • Medical Marijuana Approval On The Rise; Staying Legal in Nevada and California

    Posted By staff || 20-May-2012

    Delaware recently became the 16th state in the country to legalize marijuana use for limited medical purposes, The News Journal reports. While this is good news for those with cancer, HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis and other debilitating diseases, everyone should know that despite having a medical marijuana card in California, Nevada or elsewhere, law enforcement may use it against you in a DUI ...
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  • DUI Accident Saga in Reno Illustrates Back-and-Forth over Tough Nevada DUI Laws

    Posted By staff || 17-May-2012

    If you need any more convincing that those charged with drunk driving in Reno will face tougher drunk driving measures going forward, look no further than the Gazette-Journal article </about the arrest of a repeat offender. Lake Tahoe DUI defense attorneys in Nevada and California understand that the laws are only going to get tougher. Loopholes are going to close. Second chances are going to ...
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  • Targeting DUI Checkpoint Apps a Silly Political Play – Roadblock Arrests Require Experienced Defense in Nevada, California

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 15-May-2012

    It’s official. Congress has solved the nation’s problems. No more debt worries. No problems with health care, Social Security or Medicare. Why else would Congressmen be tackling the issue of cell phone apps that alert drivers to DUI checkpoints? Reno DUI defense lawyers should always be called to defend clients who are charged with drunk driving as the result of a checkpoint stop. Make ...
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  • Faulty Breathalyzer Testing can Affect DUI Charges

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 12-May-2012

    San Jose authorities recently announced they will be reviewing 865 DUI cases because the breathalyzers used by police were faulty, reports the San Jose Mercury News. What a shock. Reno criminal defense lawyers see these kinds of problems with DUI arrests all the time. An experienced DUI defense lawyer in Reno or elsewhere in Nevada or California will review your case and may challenge the probable ...
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  • Tougher Nevada Drunk Driving Laws another Reason to Mount Aggressive Defense to DUI Charges in Reno, Lake Tahoe

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 12-May-2012

    The Nevada legislature is debating a slew of bills that would increase the penalties for those convicted of drunk driving in Reno, Lake Tahoe or elsewhere in the state, according to FOX News. Reno DUI defense lawyers continue to see lawmakers push for stricter guidelines and additional penalties for those charged with DUI in Nevada. While the number of serious and fatal accidents involving drunk ...
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  • The Truth Behind Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Litigation

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 2-May-2012

    Health care providers and their insurance companies have managed to persuade far too many Americans and injured parties that holding providers responsible for malpractice is a bad thing. They also claim that the number of medical malpractice claims and payments is increasing. This false presumption may deter injured parties from seeking representation and compensation for their injuries. I simply ...
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