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Blog Posts in February, 2018

  • Why is Involuntary Manslaughter a Crime?

    The legal term for killing another person is “ homicide ”; however, not every homicide leads to the same criminal charges against the defendant. Manslaughter is a legal term that refers to the killing of another individual without forethought or premeditation. In Nevada, manslaughter is broken into two categories: voluntary and involuntary. Voluntary manslaughter refers to killing another person ...
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  • About Nevada's Zero Tolerance Law

    To limit the amount of underage motorists involved in drunk driving car accidents in Nevada, the state has passed “zero tolerance” laws that making it illegal for a driver under 21 years old to have any amount of alcohol in their system. In Nevada, it is illegal for minors under 21 years of age to drive in Nevada with a BAC of .02 or higher. If it is at least .02, but less than .08, they face a ...
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