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  • Protect Your Rights: Avoiding Mistakes After a Car Accident

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 23-Nov-2016

    Car accidents can be frightening and overwhelming experiences, but the steps you take immediately after an accident and in the following days, weeks, or months could make the difference for your health. It can also make the difference in your personal injury case - should you choose to file one - and your ability to recover financial compensation for your damages, including your pain and ...
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  • Authorities Brace for Crime During Halloween

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 24-Oct-2016

    While Halloween can be a great time for trick-or-treating, costume parties, and other festivities, it is also a time when the crime rate tends to rise. Whether this is due to young mischief, lapses in judgment, or more serious offenses is not always clear. What is clear, however, is that law enforcement will be on the lookout for common crimes committed during this time of year, and that ...
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  • 4 Things You Should Know About Probable Cause in Relation to DUIs

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 6-Oct-2016

    A law enforcement officer is required to have probable cause that a driver has acted unlawfully in order to pull the driver over. Because probable cause can be difficult to understand in relation to DUIs, our Reno criminal defense lawyers at Joey Gilbert Law have listed four things you should know: 1. An injury or accident can be considered suitable probable cause. If a driver is involved in a ...
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  • Which Family Members Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Nevada?

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 22-Sep-2016

    When a catastrophic accident occurs and a person suffers fatal injuries as a result, the family members of the victim will undoubtedly suffer emotional distress. Although there will be a need for the family to move through a period of mourning, it is also important that the family of the deceased person understands their legal rights. According to the laws of Nevada, certain family members can ...
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  • Attorney John Stephenson Challenges Methods Used to Gather Evidence in High Profile DUI Case

    Posted By Joey Gilbert Law || 29-Aug-2016

    According to a recent article published by KRNV NBC Reno, Washoe District Judge Lidia Stiglich did not agree with arguments calling a blood draw in a suspected DUI case unconstitutional. Attorney John Stephenson, who is defending the suspect, is challenging how Reno police gather evidence in these cases. He argues that the suspect’s constitutional rights were violated when law enforcement ...
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