In Nevada, assault means unlawfully attempting to use force against another person or intentionally placing another person in reasonable fear of bodily harm. If an assault is alleged without the use of a deadly weapon, the penalty ranges up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. If, however, you are accused of committing… Continue Reading »


In the State of Nevada, murder is a category A felony, and, when charged in the first degree, can carry the most severe penalty under the law: death. However, there are many defenses to murder depending on the facts of the case. Murder investigations are often “who-dun-it” where the police and prosecution are searching for the… Continue Reading »