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Areas of Traffic Law Practiced

 

Traffic & Criminal Law
Speeding Tickets
Failure to Use Due Care
Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (DUI)
Reckless Driving
Careless Driving

 

Traffic & Criminal Law

Traffic Ticket Representation encompasses a large net of offenses for the modern lawyer. Traffic Court is a specific Court that handles traffic related offenses, and Clark County has one of the biggest Traffic Courts in the Nation dealing with a heavy traffic citation volume. Consequently, traffic citations are heavily issued, and must be dealt with either personally or professionally. Traffic Court handles all tickets issued by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, Nevada Highway Patrol, Clark County School District Police, North Las Vegas Police, and Henderson Police each within their respective jurisdictions. Las Vegas Traffic Tickets are mostly misdemeanor legal offenses with the exception of DUI offenses or Felony Charges relating to leaving the scene or manslaughter charges resulting from Traffic Death. We handle all traffic and criminal charges brought by the Clark County District Attorney.

 

Speeding Tickets

The bulk of our law firm practice is devoted to speeding ticket representation. Radar and following are the primary means of police engagement to nail a speeder. The majority of speeding tickets issued are for the minor offense of: BASIC SPEED 1-10 mph over the speed limit. What does this mean? It means the officer likely caught you speeding over that amount, but graciously gave you a discount—or so they said. Basic speeding means you were traveling over the 65 mph doing 75 or 80 and was pegged by a blue trooper waiting for your lead foot.

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(Failure to Use) Due Care

Due Care or Undue Care, are tickets issued to Driver’s that have had an accident. Because they have failed to use due care, they have caused property damage and personal injury to another. Often these cases end up with a personal injury attorney suing for damages in a civil proceeding to recover compensatory damages encompassing medical expenses, wage loss, and pain and suffering. The District Attorney is responsible for pressing charges and upholding the law on all criminal related charges including minor traffic offenses. Due Care tickets are commonly written at accident scenes to at-fault drivers. Insurance companies are notified once a claim is made in these cases. Drivers who are at-fault in these circumstances will need an attorney to represent them, and these are usually provided by the automotive insurance companies, whom have a duty to DEFEND and INDEMNIFY for the loss. However, these attorneys rarely help you with your traffic related offense often because it is too late. Automobile defense attorneys often do not get involved until a civil lawsuit has been filed which in Nevada can be up to 2 years. The criminal charges will be brought much sooner, so the obligation to get help is upon the Nevada Driver. TicketPower.com will help you fight a Due Care Traffic Ticket so that your rights are preserved to fight the civil charge that may be coming.

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Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (DUI)

Driving under the influence of alcohol, medication, or any mind-altering substance is illegal. The B.A.C. (blood alcohol concentration) or legal limit is .08 in Nevada. This concentration is the percentage of alcohol mixed in the blood and must be measured for a drunk driving conviction. Drunken Driving charges are prosecuted based upon blood, urine, or breath analysis. A supplemental sobriety test may also be given at the scene of the suspected violation. The Law does not prefer one test over the other and are all treated the same in Court. There are many defenses available to the accused drunk driver including the following: Was the performed test accurate? Was the test issued simultaneously? Was the test issued timely? Was the police inspection Constitutional? Did the officer follow the rules? Does the documentation support the charge? Was Due Process violated in any way? Call ticketpower.com today at 702-684-6906 if you have been arrested for DUI and need a DUI attorney to help fight for your rights in Court. Do go alone—get the Power of many years of experience to help you keep that first DUI at bay. The DUI rules are very clear in Nevada. A first time offense is very expensive and time consuming. The second time offense is not only expensive, but also truly serious and an experienced attorney should be handling your matter. A DUI third offense is bad news. Call us today if you need help. We promise to give you 100%!

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Reckless Driving

Reckless driving is the cause of many accidents. The state of being Reckless is defined as an assumption of a known risk, or knowing of a risk and encountering that risk without regard to the consequences. Shooting a loaded gun in a crowded room is often the example used in Law School. While you may not mean to shoot somebody, the risk of hitting someone is very high and the mental state associated with this action is considered reckless. Driving is no different. Swerving across multiple lanes of traffic at high speeds may be worthy of getting pulled over. Being pulled over at speeds of over 90 to 100 mph certainly is considered risky enough to be categorized as reckless. If you have been cited for reckless driving, call TicketPower.com to today for a free, no cost, no obligation consultation where we will give you clear advise on your case.

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Careless Driving

Careless driving is really no different than reckless driving, in that, a driver is not using due care. The degree of culpability between negligent driving, reckless driving and careless driving are very close. On the scale of intentional conduct, careless driving is really in the middle of driver decision responsibility. The following is the format for mental intent:

 

1.) Willful or Malicious (Intentional Conduct) >>>>>>>>> Horrible Conduct

2.) Reckless Driving (borderline Intentional Conduct) >>> Bad Conduct

3.) Careless Driving (Careless Conduct) >>>>>>>>>>>> Borderline Acceptable Conduct

4.) Responsible Driving (Promoted Conduct) >>>>>>>>> Accepted Conduct

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Traffic & Criminal Law
Speeding Tickets
Failure to Use Due Care
Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (DUI)
Reckless Driving
Careless Driving