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The Added Insurance Costs of a Las Vegas Speeding Ticket

By | 2016-12-24T01:45:34-07:00 December 24th, 2016|Categories: Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , |

A favorite of ours here at 24hourticketpower.com is the Road Warrior over at the Las Vegas Review Journal. A recent column under these auspices talked a lot about an issue that we and our clients are very well aware of: insurance. That is to say, how getting a Las Vegas speeding ticket, DUI, or any other road infraction can cost you even more than the ticket itself in rising insurance costs. That’s part of the reason we developed our website to help Las Vegas fight speeding tickets online. We know that getting the charge reduced, the ticket thrown out, or an infraction changed to one without points on your license can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year. That’s why 24hourticketpower.com makes it so easy for you to access our online legal service for Las Vegas speeding tickets and traffic tickets of all kinds. We’ll take care of everything for you – you won’t need to go to court or even to our offices in most cases, and we’ll get you the very best outcome possible. One of the great things about Road Warrior is that he does the math out for you. How much will a [...]

Speeding Ticket in Las Vegas for 1mph Over the Limit

By | 2016-12-10T23:05:13-07:00 December 10th, 2016|Categories: Speeding|Tags: , |

Most people think you’re fine if you’re going five miles per hour or less over the speed limit. They believe there is a “grace speed” where cops won’t really stop you, much less write you a ticket. This is just not the case. Yes, it’s true that usually, on a normal day and in normal conditions, officers will not pull you over nor will they issue you a ticket for driving less than five miles per hour over the speed limit. But as we can attest to, as can our clients, that doesn’t mean that’s always the case. We have handled cases for our clients where they were ticketed for under five miles per hour over the speed limit, and there are stories like this of Las Vegas speeding tickets for going just one mile per hour over the limit. Is it common? No. Is it something we see all the time? No. But that doesn’t mean it never happens. Perhaps the most common reason it happens is due to conditions. Speed limits are set a “best case” circumstance numbers where that is meant to be the fastest you are allowed to go in ideal conditions. No traffic, clear weather, [...]

More Voices Against Las Vegas DUI Checkpoints

By | 2016-12-05T23:17:55-07:00 December 5th, 2016|Categories: DUI|Tags: , |

DUI checkpoints in Las Vegas and across the country are really not an efficient or effective means of keeping the roads safe, at least according to a fairly recent piece in the Las Vegas Review Journal. The piece covers the usual range of arguments that we have all seen in recent years. The officers it ties up from doing other patrols. The ease with which drivers who are impaired can avoid the checkpoints. The level of difficulty in even being able to spot a drunk driver from just having them roll down their window for a moment, as opposed to seeing them driving out on the street. Contrary to the belief of many, they don’t breathalyze everyone who goes through the checkpoint, only the ones who they suspect. That means visible intoxication, smell of alcohol, or other factors that alert police to possible suspicious activity. Then there’s the number of people who are inconvenienced  by the checkpoints themselves. Add to that the people who are out driving on the rest of the roads that do not have as many patrols because of the number of officers needed to man a checkpoint, and you get some real problems. 24hourticketpower.com can help [...]

Thanksgiving DUI in Las Vegas Ruins the Holiday

By | 2016-11-25T15:34:47-07:00 November 25th, 2016|Categories: DUI, Online Legal Services|Tags: , |

Thanksgiving is a day of celebration, for most people living in the United States of America, anyway. It is a day abounding with the Three Fs: food, family and football. While the roots of Thanksgiving may be somewhat less glowing and uniformly happy than most of us realize, that’s also how history works in a lot of ways. Regardless of what it was or wasn’t, it is now what it is: a feast and a long weekend of celebration. Of course for some they head straight from being thankful for what they have to throwing punches in the line to check out during Black Friday sales events, but that also is another story. However, there are also those of us who like to celebrate with a little alcohol as well as our food on Thanksgiving (most adults are probably in this category). Police have a tendency of setting up DUI checkpoints in Las Vegas for this very reason, since there are a number of Las Vegas vehicle accidents related to it. That almost always lends itself to at least a few people getting arrested for driving under the influence in Nevada on an otherwise celebratory evening. This is a truly [...]

Nevada DUI Laws May Get Harsher

By | 2016-11-21T01:29:16-07:00 November 21st, 2016|Categories: DUI|Tags: |

Mothers Against Drunk Driving, or MADD as they are often known, is again calling for stricter and harsher sentencing for drunk driving arrests in Nevada. In fact, they are specifically calling for a harsher sentence for a first time Nevada DUI arrest and conviction. They would like to see ignition interlock devices as a mandatory consequence of a first time DUI offense. Let’s step back for a moment for those of you who are not aware: an ignition interlock device is something that you have to blow into before your car will start. Of course your breath has to be free of alcohol for it to allow the vehicle to start, for the ignition to turn on. Hence, the name of the machine. The Mothers Against Drunk Driving will be pushing for this type of legislation during the upcoming legislative session in Carson City. We here at 24hourticketpower.com will be following that legislative session closely, as we do for any legislative session. We obsessively monitor all changes to traffic law and Nevada DUI law so that we can continue to offer top notch online service for Nevada DUI arrest or citations, as well as all traffic law. 24hourticketpower.com is available [...]

New, More Cops May Mean More Las Vegas Speeding Tickets

By | 2016-11-15T22:02:44-07:00 November 15th, 2016|Categories: Las Vegas Legal News, Speeding|Tags: , , |

More cops, more cops, ever more cops being added to give you a speeding ticket in Las Vegas, or so many other things. Doesn’t it seem like we just went through a local tax increase for more police? That one was aimed at putting patrol cars out there (with officers in them, of course) and if memory serves was all about, or at least mostly about, preventing fatal vehicle crashes in Las Vegas. That also meant that the Las Vegas Metro Police force would soon be responding again to non injury accidents in the Las Vegas area. Well, now another More Cops bill has been signed, sealed, and delivered. The piece of legislation, formally known as the Crime Prevention Act of 2016, was another bill that the legislature passed in a special session. It was also yet another bill that they, the legislature, didn’t pass outright, but made as “enabling” legislation. No, not enabling in the sense of unwittingly contributing to a vice like drugs, enabling in that it allowed the Clark County Commission to raise the tax if it wanted to. Some on one side of the political spectrum might call that enabling in the vice sense of the [...]

Las Vegas Texting and Driving Focus for Police

By | 2016-11-07T23:23:14-07:00 November 7th, 2016|Categories: Distraction on the Road: Texting, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , |

Texting and driving tickets in Las Vegas can cost you. That’s what the Las Vegas Metro Police are focusing on getting the word out on, and even officers across the state. Per a release from the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, from now until the 13th of this month they will be focusing on texting and driving. We’ll take you straight to their press release on texting and driving tickets in Las Vegas: “Officers Remind Residents U Drive, U Text, U Pay! Law Enforcement Statewide focus on Distracted Drivers Las Vegas, Nevada – Law enforcement agencies statewide will be Joining Forces and focusing on Distracted Drivers Nov 2 -13, 2016. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department will be working diligently to urge motorists to keep your eyes on the road and put away cell phones or other items that cause distractions. On average texting takes your eyes off the road for 4.6 seconds. When traveling at 55mph, that's enough time to cover the length of a football field blindfolded. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that traffic deaths rose 10.4 percent in the first half of 2016 over 2015. That means 1,665 more deaths across the country in six months. [...]

Road Work Can Lead to Expensive Las Vegas Speeding Tickets

By | 2016-11-03T21:01:58-07:00 November 3rd, 2016|Categories: Speeding|Tags: , |

  We always enjoy reading the Road Warrior column in the Las Vegas Review Journal, particularly when it lets us know about upcoming road work where we might get a Las Vegas speeding ticket doubled for a work zone. Here is just a snippet of those, taken straight from Road Warrior itself, that might be useful to our readers as well: “Summerlin Parkway is restricted between Buffalo Drive and the 215 Beltway until Tuesday. Crews are installing a cable rail median barrier. Interstate 15 will be restricted between Craig Road and Speedway Boulevard in North Las Vegas from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sunday through Thursday nights until Nov. 10. Crews are widening the freeway. Main Street is restricted between Bonneville Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard until Dec. 1 for street improvements. Rampart Boulevard is restricted between Summerlin Parkway and Lake Mead Boulevard until Nov. 19 for a landscaping project. The Martin Luther King Boulevard onramp to northbound U.S. Highway 95 will is closed through November. Crews are erecting retaining walls around the Spaghetti Bowl interchange as part of Project Neon. The Interstate 15 northbound and southbound ramps connecting to northbound U.S. Highway 95 will be closed until late February. [...]

Nevada DUI Arrest – Man Hits Tree, But Lucky

By | 2016-10-30T01:36:30-07:00 October 30th, 2016|Categories: DUI|Tags: , |

Here’s a DUI charge in Nevada that could have been worse. It could have been worse in any number of ways. It could have been, by the size of it, catastrophic for one or more people. We’re glad that it didn’t appear to have resulted in any kind of tragedy. We can also make this Nevada DUI better online with our click n fix standard of quick, effective, and economical tool. 24hourticketpower.com connects you online immediately with an experienced Nevada DUI attorney. And here’s a guy in this incident who sounds like he could sure use one. But we’ll stop burying the lede already and tell you about what was reported to have happened before we continue any further into how 24hourticketpower.com can help fight a Nevada DUI online. Short story: a guy is booked on a DUI after totally his car. It does not appear to have injured or killed anyone. The Nevada DUI driver does not appear to have sustained enough injury to warrant immediate medical attention. Instead he was taken straight to lock up. Usually if there is any sign of injury they’ll take you to the hospital first to avoid any potential liability from refusing timely [...]

Las Vegas Metro Police DUI Checkpoint Tonight

By | 2016-10-26T02:50:27-07:00 October 26th, 2016|Categories: DUI, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , |

Las Vegas Metro Police are just finishing up conducting a DUI checkpoint. This is nothing new in terms of them conducting checkpoints, but of course every new check point yields additional Las Vegas DUI arrest issues. The checkpoint will actually be running for another 20 minutes or so. (Don’t ask the specifics of why this author is up so late, beyond that it involves little kids). If you’ve been hit with a DUI at a Las Vegas sobriety checkpoint and want to fight it online, you can do it right now. 24hourticketpower.com handles Nevada DUI charges through our online system any time day or night, as our name hopefully suggests. Connect with a top DUI attorney right now to at least take the worry about “what am I gonna do?!” out of the admittedly unpleasant experience. We will begin handling your charge immediately, and be in touch with you quickly (but usually during business hours) about how the case is and will be handled. Fixing your Las Vegas DUI online is just a click away at 24hourticketpower.com How does the Metro Traffic Division work, and how is it divided (ha ha ha) between the different functions it plays? Here is, [...]

More on Nevada Marijuana DUI News

By | 2016-10-23T01:17:47-07:00 October 23rd, 2016|Categories: DUI|Tags: , |

One of the biggest talking points for the people running against state question two is that Nevada DUI issues will increase. They believe a huge surge will take place in instances of people being arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana in Las Vegas. They also believe, or at least are saying, that it will increase the injuries and even deaths from accidents caused by. The recent news on this is another person of interest and profile taking a public stand against question two. That is the question, if it wasn’t painfully obvious by this writing or any number of advertisements, is the question regarding full legalization of marijuana recreationally in the state of Nevada. It has been legal for medical purposes in Nevada for years. Depending on your perspective marijuana for medical uses has been legal in Nevada for about two years, or about 12 years. But that’s a side note that we don’t necessarily need to play at this particular moment. Back to the news we go. The recent public official to speak out against marijuana for recreational use is the District Attorney of Washoe County. This gentleman came out along with other members of the Nevada [...]

Presidential Debate Traffic Could Mean More Las Vegas DUI Arrests

By | 2016-10-11T01:48:04-07:00 October 11th, 2016|Categories: DUI|Tags: , , |

Watch out driving anywhere near the university in the afternoon and evening of October 19th. Extra police presence is likely to bring in additional officers looking for any suspicious or illegal activity on the roads. That includes things like speeding or suspected DUI in Las Vegas. Also watch out for traffic jams that could additionally cause you to want to or even need to speed around to try to find your way through. And that, friends, is because on October 19, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, will be hosting a presidential debate. The debate will be held at the Thomas and Mack Center. The issues with traffic flow and perhaps more saliently the Secret Service closures of roads to allow “protected” individuals to get through to and from the debate center. From the Las Vegas Metro Press Release: “This event will cause periodic restrictions on Las Vegas valley roadways. Closures are anticipated to occur intermittently between the hours of 4 p.m. and 10 p.m. in the following areas: I-15 Southbound from Sahara Ave. to I-215 Eastbound through the airport connector (tunnel) to Russell Rd. Russell Rd. Eastbound and Westbound from McCarran International Airport to Maryland Pkwy. Maryland Pkwy. Northbound [...]

More Cops and More Speeding Tickets Possible in Las Vegas

By | 2016-10-07T01:11:09-07:00 October 7th, 2016|Categories: Las Vegas Legal News, Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , |

There could soon be more officers to give out more Las Vegas speeding tickets. That’s because additional funding for police officers may be back on the table at a special session of the legislature that would presumably begin next week. The special session is not at all being called because there is a lack of uniformed officers patrolling Las Vegas streets. In fact, the special session is to bring more criminal element to the Las Vegas area: it is to bring raiders to our fair city. Or more appropriately, that should be capitalized as Raiders, and given the potential official name: the Las Vegas Raiders, a franchise of the National Football League. Pardon the terrible play on words, please. However, the bi-product of a special session is potentially some smaller bills that are unrelated in most senses to the huge taxpayer funding portion of the stadium that the other money men say is necessary to their putting up any money for the team and their new digs. In this case, as stated above, part of the potential other purposes of the session could be to directly approve a tax increase for more officers for the Las Vegas Metro Police Force. [...]

School Bus Speeding in Las Vegas, Video Reports to Show

By | 2016-10-01T02:17:10-07:00 October 1st, 2016|Categories: Speeding|Tags: , |

What happens when a school bus is caught on camera speeding in Las Vegas? Not much, at least apparently and so far. We’re not even sure if it was issued a Las Vegas speeding ticket or not. But either way, it’s an interesting story and medium term fallout that happened recently. At least according to recent news reports, a police officer who was driving a personal vehicle and was off duty saw a school bus egregiously speeding around a Las Vegas neighborhood. The off duty officer was unable to ascertain if there were any children on the bus at the time. However, he was able to determine the number on the bus (the vehicle identification number with the Clark County School District fleet) in order to not only begin the investigative process but also to contact media with the report. The officer says his video shows the bus hitting approximately 60 miles an hour in a zone with a maximum speed of 35 miles per hour. The video also relatively clearly shows the bus making a turn to the right that is effected without the use of a blinker. That is a traffic violation for sure, though a relatively minor [...]

Hangover-Free Alcohol Isn’t DUI Free for Nevada Drivers

By | 2016-09-23T22:25:03-07:00 September 23rd, 2016|Categories: DUI|Tags: |

Research looks like it may be getting every closer to a drink that acts like alcohol in its effects, but does not give you the one you don’t want: it supposedly carries with it no hangover. Notice anything wrong with the prior sentence? Our clients do. Because a hangover is nothing compared to the morning after effects of an arrest for driving under the influence in Nevada. Yes, hangovers are bad. Sometimes, hangovers are downright awful. Nobody wants one and absolutely nobody wants the bad kind, the kind where you’re throwing up the next day, unable to move, head hurting to the point where no amount of headache medicine makes a dent, where even the second day is rough. But that’s about as long as a hangover lasts: around two days with the second just being irritating. The effects of a Nevada DUI charge and especially conviction can haunt you for months and even years. That’s why ticketpower.com makes it easy for you to fight a Nevada DUI arrest online. Our simple system connects you with a top DUI lawyer in Nevada over the internet. We know that’s the way most people are used to finding things and getting help [...]

Program on Driving Under the Influence in Las Vegas

By | 2016-09-15T22:28:59-07:00 September 15th, 2016|Categories: DUI|Tags: |

Driving under the influence is not the best idea in the world. This is not a novel concept, and it’s one that even we, Las Vegas DUI arrest lawyers, can agree with. Studies show it’s not great, as does history. However, we still believe that people need the best defense. They deserve to have their case seen as an individual circumstance, and an attorney who will fight for them. 24hourticketpower.com fights for people who have been arrested for driving under the influence in Las Vegas. We know your case is an individual and singular circumstance, and you should be seen as a person, not a statistic. If there is a problem with the chain of evidence or the original arrest or any number of other things, we may be able to get your case thrown out. If not, 24hourticketpower.com can get your fine and license points and license revocation cut down significantly – it’s what we do. We know you deserve the full protection of the law and the legal system as much as the police have a duty to play the other side, and we will fight for you. We are experienced Las Vegas DUI attorneys, contact us today [...]

Las Vegas School Zone Speeding Ticket

By | 2016-08-30T22:42:38-07:00 August 30th, 2016|Categories: Speeding|Tags: , |

Have you gotten a speeding ticket in a Las Vegas school zone yet? If not, you’re certainly not out of the woods yet – school just started yesterday in most Clark County schools. The lights are now on and flashing. The signs that say “when children present” should be heeded as children are now present. Signs that say no U turn, crosswalks, all these things are now going to be getting extra scrutiny by the police because kids are back, and not paying the best of attention in their excitement or agony (or both) at being back in school. Also, don’t, just don’t, pass a school bus that has its “stop” sign out and lights flashing. Drivers of school buses can report you. Many do, as they are charged with the safety of the children on their buses and routes. But what should you do if you haven’t had the chance to read the above advice, and didn’t follow it? Or if you thought you were being careful, have good reason to fight a ticket, but just don’t have the time or the energy or the know-how to fight a Las Vegas school zone ticket online? Visit ticketpower.com today to [...]

DUI News in Nevada

By | 2016-08-30T00:25:11-07:00 August 30th, 2016|Categories: DUI|Tags: |

DUI crashes in Nevada have gone down, but you wouldn’t know it from recent news reports or Nevada DUI and other vehicle accidents and deaths. The interesting thing about this piece is what it says versus what it is about in a headline versus what it is about in the article. The headline reads like something the Zero Fatalities people might have planted, “Fatal DUI crashes raise concerns about impaired driving in Nevada.” Something they might have planted as a scare tactic, that is. We say that because the minute you start reading into the article the news itself has a very different tone. For instance, you would not expect in a piece titled as such that there had been a major decrease in the number of deaths from driving under the influence. We can’t actually tell from the article whether that refers only to Washoe County or also to the rest of Nevada. But either way, not language you expected with that headline. You also wouldn’t expect a nugget like the one buried at the end. In the final graph of the piece, it talks about one particularly surprising weekend that had no fatal accidents on Nevada roads. That [...]

School Zone Tickets Start with School Starting Soon

By | 2016-08-24T00:23:27-07:00 August 24th, 2016|Categories: Speeding|Tags: , |

School starts next week, and you have to be careful. You have to be careful for any number of reasons. You have to be careful beyond the obvious reason of kids on the roadways. Remember that it’s the beginning of school. That means there is likely to be a lot of excitement. There is also going to be a whole lot of uncertainty as children dart back and forth. They’ll grab things that they forget. They will realize they’ve gone to the wrong entrance. Skateboards will catch on unfamiliar seems in the concrete at new schools. Bicycles will weave back and forth, looking for unfamiliar bike racks and going through unfamiliar roadways. Through all this, you can expect Metro Police to be monitoring everything from speed to crosswalks to lights, traffic crossing guards, you name it. Remember that school zone tickets are very, very expensive to just pay off or to try to fight on your own. Remember that 24hourticketpower.com lets you fight a Las Vegas school zone speeding ticket totally online in the vast majority of our cases. If it is or is close to a felony, there’s a chance you’ll have to come in to our offices. For [...]

Boulder City Speeding Tickets, and The Police’ Spin

By | 2016-08-21T21:56:11-07:00 August 21st, 2016|Categories: Speeding|Tags: , , |

The headline reads “Traffic Division Officers Keep Roads Safe” and the article follows predictably from there. Well, predictably if you look first at who wrote the piece. The woman’s name is immaterial, but the office from which she’s writing is not: Boulder City Police.” We mean, honestly though, what other kind of article to do you expect someone to write in an official capacity and speaking on behalf of the police department? They’re not going to write a story that could be headlined “Sometimes Traffic Enforcement Is About Funding” or “You Didn’t Deserve That Ticket.” Police are going to toe the line for police, that’s just the way it is. And we don’t mean to necessarily say that the article or the sentiment is exactly one hundred percent wrong. Police and traffic enforcement officers have their place, all police have their place. But that doesn’t mean the whopper of a speeding ticket Boulder City Police just handed you is “right” or that you shouldn’t fight it. In fact, if you want to fight your Boulder City speeding ticket online visit 24hourticketpower.com today for the quickest, simplest, cheapest, and all around best experience in fixing traffic tickets online. While we do [...]