Nevada Law

Is It Possible To Get Out of Jury Duty in Las Vegas, NV?

Juries decide the guilt or innocence of a criminal defendant or the liability of a civil defendant. Two different juries might deliberate the same conduct of a single defendant—one trial for murder, for example, and another trial for wrongful death. The US Constitution guarantees almost any defendant the right to trial by jury. Serving on… read more

Right of Way Laws in Nevada

The flow of traffic in major cities like Las Vegas is controlled in two ways. The first is traffic signs and signals, which direct where and when traffic may proceed. Stop signs, yield signs, and directional signs help drivers travel in a safe and orderly manner. Traffic lights accomplish the same goals, only electronically. The… read more

What Does Yielding the Right of Way Mean in Las Vegas, Nevada?

Car accidents due to not yielding the right of way are common in Las Vegas, Nevada, and can result in serious injury and even death. In 2020, failure to yield the right of way was the fourth most common driving behavior involved in fatal car accidents.  “Right of way” is a traffic concept every driver… read more