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How to Protect Your Personal Injury Claim

After any accident, you can be startled, flustered or in shock. Don’t let your emotions make you do or say things that may affect your personal injury claim.

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General Information for Legal Disputes

Please note, nothing contained herein should be construed as legal advice and the information it provides is of an extremely general nature.

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What to Do if You Are Suspected of Criminal Activity

Remember you have the right to remain silent. A significant number of prosecutions for crimes hinge on the defendant’s own statements.

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Felony Punishments in California

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Felony Penalties in Nevada as of November 2011

Click here to read a PDF document describing the felony penalties in the state of Nevada.

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Links to Local Legal Websites

See this post for a convenient list of links to a variety of helpful legal resources in Nevada and California.

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Your Criminal Rights

When a person is charged with a crime, they become a criminal defendant. In order for the defendant to be convicted and punished for the crime, the government must bring a case against the defendant to prove that he is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

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Are You the Victim of Fraud?

Consumer protection laws govern many sales and service transactions involving consumers. Such statutes prohibit and regulate deceptive or unconscionable advertising and practices, product quality, leasing and other consumer transactions.

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Medical Malpractice Complaint Affidavit Must Be Liberally Construed

In a rare legal victory for the victims of medical malpractice, the Nevada Supreme Court held that the required expert affidavit for medical malpractice complaints need not independently list every fact or defendant medical provider to a lawsuit.

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HOA Liens May Wipe Out Mortgage Upon Foreclosure

Nonjudicial foreclosure of superpriority liens as allowed by NRS 116.3116 for homeowners’ associations (HOA) extinguishes a first deed of trust held by the mortgage lender.

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