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Grant Funded Clark County Traffic Ticket Focus Underway

By | 2016-07-25T00:56:50-07:00 July 25th, 2016|Categories: General Ticket Info|Tags: , |

The Joining Forces grant is at it again. There’s a major effort underway now until the end of the month to ticket Clark County drivers for just about anything they can find. Here’s what the Joining Forces grant is about, from the program’s own site: “Joining Forces is a multi-jurisdictional law enforcement program that promotes traffic safety by targeting impaired or distracted driving, pedestrian safety, speeding and seat belt use. Motor vehicle crashes are one of the leading causes of death in the United States and most crashes are preventable.  Through scheduled Joining Forces events, Nevada law enforcement agencies aim to increase awareness for traffic safety and modify risky behavior, thereby preventing accidents and saving lives.” The bulk of our law firm practice is devoted to speeding ticket representation. Radar and following are the primary means of police engagement to nail a speeder. The majority of speeding tickets issued are for the minor offense of: BASIC SPEED 1-10 mph over the speed limit. What does this mean? It means the officer likely caught you speeding over that amount, but graciously gave you a discount—or so they said. Basic speeding means you were traveling over the 65 mph doing 75 or [...]

Motorcyclist Killed In Las Vegas DUI Accident

By | 2015-12-20T19:46:46-07:00 December 20th, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , |

A driver of a pickup truck on Friday December 18th, has been cited in the death of a motorcyclist in a Las Vegas DUI accident. The man on the motorcycle, Brandon Degrella, a Las Vegas resident, was headed west on Elkorn Rd just after 3:30 p.m. when a Dodge Ram pickup truck cut him off and turned left into traffic headed the 2016 Ram’s way on Red Cinder St. The motorcyclist smashed into the Dodge pickups right hand side. Emergency responders after checking Mr. Degrella’s vital signs pronounced his death at the scene of the accident. Coroners for Clark County are performing an autopsy in order to determine the motorcyclist’s cause of death. The 2016 Dodge’s driver, Erik Provencal, 49, was taken by police officers who responded to the Clark County driving while intoxicated accident for comprehensive blood alcohol testing. Mr. Provencal’s bail is still pending. Mr. Degrella, 21, had a helmet on with a face plate that obscured and protected his entire face at the time of the crash. Mr. Degrella’s death has been listed as the 119th fatal Las Vegas automobile accident of 2015. Police investigators have not released who was at fault in the crash. A February [...]

Man Killed In Las Vegas DUI Accident

By | 2015-11-05T10:24:02-07:00 November 5th, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , |

A Las Vegas man is facing a number of significant charges stemming from an accident in Las Vegas Saturday, October 31st. The man, 19-year-old Luis Lopez ran straight through a red light causing the accident. Mr. Lopez is currently in the Clark County jail awaiting arraignment for the charges that resulted from the Las Vegas DUI accident. The accident happened at approximately 8:20 in the morning near Mt. Hood St. and Lake Mead Blvd. Mr. Lopez was driving a Chevy Silverado at the time of the accident. Mr. Lopez, when running the red light, slammed into a Ford Mustang that was being driven by 26-year old Khalil Turner. Mr. Turner was reported to have passed away at the scene of the accident due to his injuries. After hitting the Mustang, Mr. Lopez and his Chevy pickup truck then hit a Honda Odyssey and parts of all three cars then peppered a passing Chevy Impala. Officially, Mr. Turner passed away from trauma to his cranium caused by blunt force. While Mr. Turner’s death was due to Clark County driving while intoxicated, two other people died over Halloween weekend in car accidents. With two months to go before the end of 2015, [...]

160 Tickets Issued At Las Vegas DUI Checkpoint

By | 2015-10-23T09:11:38-07:00 October 23rd, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , |

A consortium of Las Vegas area police agencies established a DUI checkpoint from 7:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. that started on October 15th and ended in the early hours of October 16th. As with many other Las Vegas area DUI checkpoints, funding for the checkpoint came from a joint state and federal Joining Forces grant. Police agencies set the DUI checkpoint at the intersection of Palm St. and Tropicana Ave. The DUI checkpoint was set up to catch individuals who were operating their vehicle while intoxicated or high on illicit drugs. The checkpoint brought about 141 tickets for infractions other than driving while intoxicated and also 19 Las Vegas DUI arrests. Drunk driving checkpoints in Clark County are part of an effort to reduce the number of deadly automobile accidents including pedestrian accidents, motorcycle accidents and truck accidents. DUI checkpoints are when police stop each vehicle or sometimes one in every set number of vehicles. These occur on public streets and they are used to find people who are too drunk to drive. Police set up DUI checkpoints at times that people are going to be intoxicated - usually late at night and on weekends. Police even set up checkpoints [...]

One Man Injured and Another Killed In Las Vegas DUI Accident

By | 2015-10-13T09:46:58-07:00 October 13th, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News|Tags: , , |

A tragic DUI accident in Las Vegas has resulted in one man injured and another dead. The Las Vegas DUI accident resulted in the death of a Las Vegas resident, 78, and significant injuries to another man, 75. The accident happened around 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday October 7th. The accident happened at S Maryland Pkwy in the vicinity of an elementary school. The driver of the car, 30-year old Nicole Johnson, from Las Vegas was travelling on S. Maryland in the area of Richmar Ave when the accident happened. Ms. Johnson was driving a Honda Civic at the time of the accident. Ms. Johnson lost control of her Honda and was driving on S. Maryland’s sidewalk when she struck the two men in the Clark County driving while intoxicated accident. Southern Nevada emergency personnel pronounced the 78-year old dead at the scene of the accident and the other elderly man was rushed to Sunrise Hospital to treat his injuries. As Las Vegas police investigated the crash, they closed Maryland Pkwy from Gary Ave to Richmar Ave. Ms. Johnson was given a breathalyzer test at the accident site which she did not pass. Ms. Johnson is facing charges of driving while [...]

Updated Las Vegas Traffic Laws Take Effect October 1

By | 2015-10-05T08:41:49-07:00 October 5th, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News|Tags: , , |

Traffic laws in Las Vegas changed on Thursday, October 1, as laws passed during the last legislative session. The penalty for fleeing the scene of an accident has increased when someone is hurt in the crash. The increased penalties for hit-and-run driving are in conjunction with Las Vegas DUI accidents that cause accidents. Other laws that are getting strengthened include laws about driving in school zones. The law changes close loopholes that enabled some people to avoid conviction when they were arrested for Clark County driving while intoxicated accidents and other traffic infractions. The law changes to hit and run driving are subtle. Before the change, a person who injured or killed someone in an accident and then fled could be granted probation by the courts. If you were guilty of Southern Nevada DWI in the accident, however, you would not have been eligible for parole. The law changes basically eliminated that loophole and now, if you are convicted of fleeing the scene of an accident after injuring or killing a person, you will not be able to be paroled by the court. The loophole enabled people to sober up after the accident when they fled, thus enabling them to [...]

Increased Henderson Traffic Enforcement Results In Clark County Tickets For Speeding, Not Yielding To Pedestrians & Jaywalking

By | 2015-09-14T11:19:05-07:00 September 14th, 2015|Categories: General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Road Rules, Speeding|Tags: , , |

Police in Henderson gave over 40 tickets to drivers who ignored pedestrians on Henderson roads in a pedestrian safety enforcement event that lasted a week. The Henderson Pedestrian laws ticket writing effort ran from Friday, August 21st to Friday, August 28th. The Henderson Police department added extra police patrols that were concentrating on the city’s busiest intersections targeting drivers who did not let pedestrians in crosswalks completely cross the street and pedestrians who cross the street outside of crosswalks or when a traffic light does not give them permission to cross. 45 total drivers received tickets for not letting pedestrians completely cross the street in a crosswalk. Laws require motorists to wait until the person crossing the street makes it entirely across, unless the road is separated by a physical median. Clark County street crosser citations totaled 14. Those individuals were tickets for not crossing in crosswalks, not waiting for a light to cross the street and finally for jaywalking. Tickets were also written for Las Vegas speeding, not having valid insurance in Southern Nevada, expired Nevada automobile registrations and then finally to people who did not have a valid driver’s license. Henderson police emphasized that the responsibility for being [...]

Politeness And Contrition Often Effective Tools For Avoiding Las Vegas Speeding Tickets

By | 2015-09-11T09:49:53-07:00 September 11th, 2015|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, General Ticket Info, Speeding|Tags: , , |

Las Vegas speeding tickets can happen to anyone but some are more adept at overcoming those tickets than others. Southern Nevada is full of folks who attest that that can easily talk themselves out of tickets for speeding in Las Vegas. There are a number of law enforcement agencies in Southern Nevada and when members of those police forces get pulled over for an infraction, they are often let off by fellow officers from other agencies with verbal warnings. Las Vegas is also chock full of blackjack dealers, waiters, waitresses and showgirls. These are people who are often face to face with the public every day and are individuals who need to be able to think on their feet and subtly influence others to their whims. Recently, a Las Vegas showgirl detailed how she had recently talked herself out of a ticket for taking on a cell phone while driving, while at the same time revealing to the officer that pulled her over that she had recently gotten a warning for Clark County excessive speed. After the casino dancer was pulled over by a male police officer, she refused to admit that she had been talking on her cell phone [...]

Will Uber Drivers Increase Las Vegas Speeding Tickets?

By | 2015-07-25T21:49:37-07:00 July 25th, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

As Uber comes to Las Vegas, will Las Vegas speeding tickets increase? As Uber and Lyft prepare to descend on Southern Nevada, the additional cars on the road and drivers looking to make more and more fares on their shift, speeding and the resulting tickets are bound to increase. The large amounts of cash promised to drivers by the ride sharing firms should only compound the Las Vegas speeding tickets and increased danger on Southern Nevada roads. Drivers are even incentivized to drive long hours by Uber’s promise of 100% of all fares when drivers are on the road for over 30 hours. Drivers to get the 100% bonus must also drive during the most trafficked hours and pick up 90% of those passengers to which they are assigned. Many Uber drivers complain that the fees taken by the company, 20% of cash earned and $1 for each fare picked up make driving for the company an almost futile enterprise when gasoline, taxes, wear and tear on the automobile and insurance are factored in. The heat of Las Vegas can also make driving for Uber less of a positive financial experience for drivers because the heat can cause engines to [...]

Routine Las Vegas Speeding Traffic Stop Ends In Tragedy

By | 2015-07-20T09:34:33-07:00 July 20th, 2015|Categories: General Ticket Info, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

On July 15th Las Vegas police release video taken from a camera on a police officer. The video, of an incident which started with a routine speeding in Las Vegas traffic stop, ended in a deadly shooting. The Clark County excessive speed traffic stop happened on Friday, July 10th. The officer for the Las Vegas police pulled over a car on W. Sahara Ave in the vicinity of Lindell Rd. As the stop continued, the man in the car, James Todora, flatly refused to exit his car. In the process, Mr. Todora also grabbed a pistol. Mr. Todora pointed the weapon at the head of Police officer, but with no bullet in the gun’s chamber, the weapon did not fire. Another officer for the Las Vegas police was on the scene and immediately fired on and killed Mr. Todora. Another police officer at the scene was injured when a bullet grazed him. The bullet is alleged to have been fired by Mr. Todora. All Metro police officers in Las Vegas who start after July 2015 will be issued and be required to wear and have on the new body cameras. Police are required to turn on their cameras any time [...]

New Technologies May Put A Stop To Las Vegas Drunk Driving

By | 2015-07-08T10:54:38-07:00 July 8th, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Road Rules, Technology and the LAW|Tags: , , , , |

Soon, your car may stop you from drunk driving in Las Vegas. New technology is being developed that will prevent automobiles from working if the driver behind the steering wheel is inebriated. This technology could have the same life saving efficacy as seat belts or airbags. The technology, intended to prevent Clark County DUI will use a number of factors to determine if the potential operator of the motor vehicle is intoxicated. One of the factors will be to test samples from the driver’s breath. The process is being designed as a seamless system which will work automatically, without bothering or alerting the person behind the wheel. Another system will check the driver’s alcohol levels when he or she touches a certain part of the car. This could be integrated into the car’s start button or the steering wheel. Again, this test will be completed imperceptibly. These new technological solutions would prevent the embarrassment of current ignition lock systems that have large breath collection systems. Anti-drunk driving advocacy group Mothers Against Drunk Driving has approved of the technology and the president of the organization has been vocal in support. The system is being touted as having the potential to prevent [...]

Residential Neighborhood and Las Vegas Police Take Unique Approach To Reducing Speeding In Las Vegas

By | 2015-07-03T15:17:42-07:00 July 3rd, 2015|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Las Vegas police and traffic authorities are always working to reduce speeding in Southern Nevada. This is especially true in residential neighborhoods. Many residential neighborhoods can have streets that connect freeway exits or that provide quicker, shorter routes than larger, more traveled streets and roads. When motorists take these shortcuts through residential neighborhoods, they often travel at high speeds - and endanger those living in those neighborhoods including children, the elderly, pets, pedestrians and bicyclists. The increased traffic and resulting potential for accidents also negatively impacts home values in those neighborhoods deemed as shortcuts. There are a number of solutions municipalities have used to reduce the ability for motorists to speed through neighborhoods on roads not intended for the traffic levels that come about once shortcuts are discovered. The solutions include increased police presence, lower residential speed limits, traffic calming installations like traffic islands, speed bumps and speed humps. One Las Vegas neighborhood that suffered from Las Vegas excessive speed problems had nearby traffic inlets changed. The neighborhood which is situated in the middle of Ann Rd, the 215 Beltway and Interstate 95 was experiencing significant traffic as people took the shortcut to get to different highways, a local Home [...]

Teen Arrested For North Las Vegas DUI Injury Accident

By | 2015-06-24T18:36:41-07:00 June 24th, 2015|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, DUI, Elderly Driver, General Ticket Info, Local News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

On Saturday morning, June 20th, a 17-year old DUI driver in Las Vegas was ticketed for a three car accident that hurt three people. The minor, who was not named by police was behind the wheel of a Honda Accord from 1993 as he headed along Pecos Blvd. to Stewart Ave. in Las Vegas. The accident happened around 8:30 in the morning when the driver lost control of the car and started travelling on Pecos Boulevard’s southbound lanes. The car, still out of control, started spinning and then hit a Mazda CRX-& from 2007. 68-year old Shane Edmondson from North Las Vegas was driving the Mazda. After the Mazda and Accord collided both cars then smashed into a Ford Taurus. 51-year old Doel Rojas, also from North Las Vegas, was driving the 2008 Ford. After the vehicles stopped moving, the driver of the Honda Accord ran from the scene. He was quickly apprehended by Las Vegas Police and placed under arrest. Mr. Edmondson was rushed to University Medical Center with injuries that were considered substantial. Mr. Rojas, was also taken to University Medical Center, but his injures were deemed more moderate than Mr. Edmondson’s. According to the Nevada Transportation Department [...]

Four Injured In Las Vegas DUI Accident With Taxi and Airport Shuttle Bus

By | 2015-06-15T19:16:36-07:00 June 15th, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , , , |

On Thursday last week, a driver under the influence of alcohol in Las Vegas crashed the car he was driving into a taxicab and then into a shuttle bus ferrying passengers to and from McCarran airport in Las Vegas. Both the taxi driver and two people in the shuttle were hurt in the crash. The driver of the taxi is currently listed as seriously injured. The two people injured who were riding in the bus had injuries that were not considered deadly. The driver who caused the accident also had minor injuries from the accident. All four people hurt in the crash were taken to University Hospital. Police are waiting for the DUI driver to heal before releasing his name to the press. The accident, which happened just before 2 a.m. Thursday morning, occurred at t:as Vegas Blvd and Charleston Blvd. The intoxicated driver first hit the taxicab, which then slammed into a telephone pole. The DUI driven vehicle, spinning, then hit the airport shuttle. Just last month, another Southern Nevada DUI accident, happened when a truck hit a taxicab near the Las Vegas strip. The accident, which occurred when Bernard Tropp, 44, of Las Vegas, happened as Mr. Tropp [...]

DUI Checkpoint In Las Vegas Nabs 10

By | 2015-05-30T14:39:51-07:00 May 30th, 2015|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, DUI, General Ticket Info, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , , , |

A Las Vegas DUI checkpoint on Thursday May 28th processed approximately 2500 drivers. 10 of those who went through the checkpoint received driving while intoxicated citations in Clark County. Eight additional drivers received tickets for traffic violations other than driving while intoxicated. Twenty six metro police officers worked the DUI checkpoint and the checkpoint started at 7 p.m. Thursday and ended at 3 a.m. Friday morning. The checkpoint was at Coran Ln. and Rancho Rd. Even though only 10 people were arrested for DUIs, 31 were tested for operating an automobile while drunk. The last Las Vegas DUI checkpoint was the weekend of the NFL Championship. Since the widely watched game is always a big party night, 28 people were arrested for Southern Nevada DWI. The February 1 drunk driving mitigation checkpoint was up from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. The checkpoint was at Blue Diamond Rd. and Decatur Blvd. Just over 1500 cars were checked and 88 drivers were tested to see if they were driving while intoxicated. 28 of those people tested were given tickets for driving while intoxicated. One of those arrested was also given a citation for possession of drug forbidden by the controlled substances act. [...]

N. Las Vegas Holds Speeding Abatement Event

By | 2015-05-25T12:49:19-07:00 May 25th, 2015|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, DUI, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

A N. Las Vegas traffic enforcement effort took place just at the start of the Memorial Day weekend. 200 people were stopped for traffic violations at the Craig Rd. The Southern Nevada speeding ticket event was jointly funded by the United States Transportation Agency and the State of Nevada’s Department of Transportation via the Joining Forces grant program. Police stopped 226 automobiles and wrote 239 tickets. Warnings were given to 118 drivers. Excessive speed in Las Vegas citations were given too 100 drivers. In 2015, 10 speeding enforcement events have been held. The events are used to mitigate driving without a seatbelt, increasing pedestrian safety, reducing speeding, curbing distracted driving and cell phone use while driving and finally catching those who are driving while intoxicated. The Joining Forces grant program began in 2001 to create highly visible traffic enforcement efforts of seatbelt laws, DUIs, child safety seat use, speeding, pedestrian safety and even distracted driving. The police departments and officers who are chosen to participate in these programs have shown particular interest and skill in traffic safety ticketing. The Silver State has even received national awards for the degree of coordination between state and local governments through the program. The [...]

Changes to DUI Law By Nevada Assembly Impact DUI Citations In Las Vegas

By | 2015-05-21T15:13:18-07:00 May 21st, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , , , |

Earlier this week the Nevada legislature passed a bill to give more rights to those pulled over for driving while intoxicated in Las Vegas. The Nevada Senate approved unanimously via vote Assembly Bill 67. AB67 updates DUI law regarding blood test. If signed by Governor Sandoval, the bill will require law enforcement to get a warrant when drivers decline to give samples needed by police to prove DUI in Southern Nevada. The bill also changed DUI law so when people who fall asleep in cars without it running, they can not be given a DUI citation. The United States and Nevada Supreme Court had recently issued decisions that necessitated the changes to the law. While the bill passes the Nevada Senate without any no votes, when voted on by the entire Assembly, three members of the Assembly voted against it. Those three votes were from Las Vegas Assemblywoman Dina Neal, Assemblywoman Irene Bustamante Adams, also from Las Vegas and Reno, NV Assemblywoman, Teresa Benitez-Thompson. AB 67 was proffered by the Nevada Attorney General and the Assembly Judiciary Committee. When the bill was heard in the Judiciary Committees of the Assembly and the Senate the office of the Nevada Attorney General [...]

Man Sentenced For Fatal Las Vegas DUI

By | 2015-05-04T17:19:10-07:00 May 4th, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , , , |

Jorge Paz-Herrera was intoxicated behind the wheel of his pickup, as he drove along the wrong side of highway 215 and subsequently crashed into Jennie Bergstrom as she drove. Mr. Paz-Herrera not only had been arrested for drunk driving a number of times previously, at the time of the crash, he was driving on a revoked license for a DUI accident in Las Vegas that had happened previously. The September 2014 crash resulted in the death of Jennie Bergstrom, yet Mr. Paz-Herrera only sustained minor injuries. 30-year old Paz-Herrera plead guilty to the Clark County DUI death. This was the 4th time he had been arrested for driving while intoxicated in Southern Nevada. The sentencing hearing for Mr. Paz-Herrera in the last week of April 2015 was attended by a number of Ms. Bergstrom’s family members and friends. All wore white & pink shirts with a phrase stating “Justice for Jenny” on the front. Ms. Bergstrom’s mother testified at the sentencing hearing about how many people loved her deceased daughter. The sentencing ended with Justice Carolyn Ellsworth sentencing Mr. Paz-Herrera to $30,000 in fines and restitution and up to 20 years in prison for the Las Vegas DUI causing death. [...]

Man Arrested For Hit And Run Las Vegas DUI Accident

By | 2015-04-27T16:54:59-07:00 April 27th, 2015|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, DUI, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , , , , |

A man accused of driving while intoxicated in Las Vegas has been booked on three counts due to a deadly accident last weekend. The man, N. Las Vegas resident, Troy Marez, aged 50, was booked for driving while intoxicated and causing a death and not yielding to oncoming traffic. The accident happened when Mr. Marez, attempting to turn from Camino Al Norte to Washburn Rd. did not stop when a motorcyclist, who had the right of way, passed through the intersection. The man on the motorcycle, Derrick Singleton, 26, also from North Las Vegas, was killed due to the accident. He was rushed to University Hospital, however, Mr. Singleton was pronounced dead at the hospital. The accident, which happened at approximately 4:30 p.m. did not injure Mr. Marez. After the accident, police are alleging that Mr. Marez fled the accident. Metro police were able to find Mr. Marez with the help of witnesses. The dangers of DUI driving in Clark County, are multi-fold. If you get behind the wheel while intoxicated, you can end up hurting or killing someone. You could cause property damage. You could ruin your car. Even though next generation ride sharing technologies like Uber and Sidecar [...]

Texas Red Light Ticket Laws Differ From Las Vegas Red Light Ticket Citations

By | 2015-04-23T21:57:28-07:00 April 23rd, 2015|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Running a Red Light, Technology and the LAW, Traffic Ticket|Tags: , , , , |

Texas lawmakers are considering statues for red light cameras in the Lone Star State. The bill limiting the use of red light cameras has passed the Texas senate but still needs to pass the lower house of the Texas legislature and be signed by the Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott. Many Texas cities have hired companies that then paid to install the cameras, which then right tickets to red light violators for $75 each. These tickets have generated millions of dollars for both the companies and the cities that have installed them. Texas lawmakers have cited research that shows that the red light cameras do not improve traffic safety. The alternative proposed by the legislature in Texas is that red light cameras would be confined to state and interstate roads that take tolls. Another complaint of Texas red light cameras is that they do not allow those accused of crimes to have their day in court and face those who accuse them. If you receive a red light camera ticket in Las Vegas, it is important to know that that Silver State’s laws governing the technology vary significantly from either current Texas law or rules currently proposed by Texas senators. [...]