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Las Vegas DUI Trial of Rapper Flavor Flav Scheduled

By | 2015-10-24T17:03:27-07:00 October 24th, 2015|Categories: DUI, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News, Marijuana DUI|Tags: , , |

The trial for a prominent rapper who was arrested in May has been postponed. The postponement for Flavor Flav, a member of the seminal rap group, Public Enemy, has the trail happening to February 8th, 2016. Flavor Flav is a stage name, William Drayton is his real name. Mr. Drayton, 56, was arrested for multiple charges including cocaine possession, speeding and Las Vegas DUI. Nevada Highway Patrol officers had determined that the inductee to the Hall of Fame for Rock and Roll was travelling at 85 miles per hour on the highway that had a speed limit of 65 miles per hour. The rapper was also indicted for other charges in New York. Mr. Drayton has settled those charges this week. At the time of his New York arrest Mr. Drayton was speeding to the funeral of his mother. The rapper accepted a fine of over $3500 and received a sentence of time served. In addition to Flavor Flav’s arrest for Clark County driving while intoxicated, speeding, and cocaine possession, Mr. Drayton was also booked for driving with an open container of alcohol, having marijuana, not having a valid driver’s license and having a fake registration for his automobile. The [...]

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 [...]

Arraignment Pending For Man Accused of Killing Two In Las Vegas DUI Accident

By | 2015-09-20T08:10:57-07:00 September 20th, 2015|Categories: DUI, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , |

A Las Vegas man who killed two people in an automobile accident has yet to be arraigned as he is currently hospitalized for the Las Vegas strip DUI accident. The accident that killed two also injured 5 more, including the alleged intoxicated driver, Jonathan Donner, 25. Police and witnesses are saying that the accident happened when Donner hit a Las Vegas tour bus that burst into flames after it was crashed into. Hours after the accident, police were able to test Mr. Donner’s blood alcohol. When the results became available, it was shown that Mr. Donner had a blood alcohol level of 0.22. The legal limit for driving while intoxicated is 0.08. Mr. Donner’s alcohol level was almost triple that legal limit. The tragic accident has Mr. Donner facing multiple counts of Clark County driving while intoxicated and causing death. Mr. Donner also faces three more charges of injuring someone while driving drunk. Police officials have stated that Mr. Donner drove his BMW 540i at a high rate of speed through Charleston Blvd. and S. Main St. stoplight when he then crashed into the left side of a tour bus headed for the Grand Canyon. The bus rolled over and [...]

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 [...]

Las Vegas DUI Accident Injures 6

By | 2015-06-03T12:48:49-07:00 June 3rd, 2015|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, DUI, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News|Tags: , , , , |

Five passengers in a Las Vegas taxicab were hurt last Wednesday, May 27th, in a head-on collision with a commercial truck. The driver of the tractor-trailer, a Las Vegas resident, 44-year old Bernard Tropp, was then arrested for driving while intoxicated in Las Vegas. The accident happened on Dean Martin Drive at Hotel Rio Dr. at 9:05 p.m. The taxicab driver, working for Las Vegas cab company, Union Cab, saw Mr. Topp’s truck swerve into the left lane. The driver of the cab tried to avoid the truck by swerving into his left lane, but was not able to avoid the crash and smashed into the truck head on. After the accident, Mr. Tropp attempted to flee the scene on foot but someone who had seen the accident followed Mr. Tropp and informed police where he was. Mr. Tropp sustained minor injuries in the crash and was charged with a hit and run as well as Clark County DUI. The driver of the cab was injured but not significantly, however, four of his passengers, all Canadian, were injured moderately to critically. The four Canadians were taken to University Medical center for their injuries. Earlier this month, the Governor of Nevada, [...]

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. [...]

Prominent Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Rapper, Flava Flav, Arrested of Las Vegas DUI

By | 2015-05-23T19:09:17-07:00 May 23rd, 2015|Categories: DUI, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Unfortunately for some, driving while intoxicated is not the best way to fight the power. On Thursday morning, Public Enemy rapper and Flava of Love star, Flava Flav was arrested by NHP for a number of Nevada driving infractions including drunk driving in Las Vegas. The late 80s, early 90s rapper’s real name is William Drayton, Jr. NHP booked the member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with an open container violation, marijuana possession, speeding in Clark county and Clark County DUI. A spokesperson for the NHP, Loy Hixson, informed reporters that the Mr. Drayton alerted police when they saw him travelling over 70 miles per hour in an area zoned not to exceed 45 miles per hour. This happened on Interstate 15 near Las Vegas’ international airport, McCarran Airport. In addition to the charges above, police also learned Flava Flav was driving with a suspended automobile registration and suspended licenses. The car was a 2005 Black BMW. The Public Enemy rapper didn’t call police suckas but he did post bail for the multiple driving misdemeanors he was arrested for. It’s unknown whether everything Flava Flav drank that evening had flavor. Contacted by a number of Southern Nevada [...]

Will New DMV Driver Authorization Cards Affect Speeding Tickets in Las Vegas?

By | 2015-01-25T22:18:34-07:00 January 25th, 2015|Categories: Illegal Driving, Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , |

We really have yet to see what these new Department of Motor Vehicles’ driver authorization cards will do for traffic and speeding tickets in Las Vegas. The cards have really only been out for a little while, and many people are still just learning about them, studying for them, and getting them. As that article points out, interest is still huge in classes to learn about the cards and the information needed to pass these exams. It is likely, some say, that interest in these classes will drop at least somewhat as more and more people go through with getting the cards, cutting down on the number of people needing to take the classes. Then it will continue on with a more reasonable number as more people come of age or move here. You can think about it similarly to what would happen if (bear with us here!) flying cars were just made legal to drive, but you needed a special license to fly them. There would be a rush of people taking classes and then taking the test to get that special license. Then that number would drop way off as the majority of people who were interested got [...]

134 Traffic Tickets Issued on Bonanza Road in Las Vegas Today

By | 2014-08-09T00:09:56-07:00 August 9th, 2014|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, Illegal Driving, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , , , |

If you got a traffic ticket near Bonanza Road in Las Vegas today, you are not alone. According to that news story, at least, 134 tickets were handed out today in a major traffic enforcement operation. There were some warnings given out, but not many. News reported that 158 stops were made for traffic violations as part of this blitz, meaning something like 24 people got off with warnings. This is a phenomenally large operation, with Las Vegas Metro Police said to have deployed 10 officers with radar in addition to what some would call an entrapment officer attempting to cross the road to catch people for failure to yield to a pedestrian in Las Vegas. This is not a cheap ticket, nor a light one, especially when combined with a speeding ticket or other traffic violation you might be cited for if pulled over in this kind of a sting. You can fight your ticket online in Clark County with 24hourticketpower.com: simple, inexpensive, totally online in most cases we handle. The area on Bonanza where this was in effect was within a few blocks around Eastern Avenue. Some residents and locals who witnessed it or were asked about it [...]

Reno Police Sergeant Arrested for Nevada DUI

By | 2014-06-29T21:19:38-07:00 June 29th, 2014|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, Cellphones and Visual distractions, DUI, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , , , |

DUIs can happen to anyone, including police officers. Last Saturday night, a Reno police officer, a sergeant no less, was pulled over, tested and booked for driving while intoxicated in Nevada. The 46-year old Reno police officer, Paul Sevcsik, was stopped at Evans Ave and 6th St. near downtown Reno. The police officer’s blood alcohol has not been sent to media outlets in Reno, Las Vegas, Northern California or Nevada. A number of news outlets attempted to contact Sergeant Svecsik, but unfortunately the Reno police office did not respond to reporters. If you have been arrested for felony or misdemeanor DUI in Las Vegas or anywhere in Southern Nevada, log onto 24hourticketpower.com today to start fighting your case. DUIs are so regrettable because whether you are in Reno, Sparks, Henderson or Las Vegas they are so preventable. Simply put, if you have been drinking, even more than one or two beers, why chance it? Depending on one’s age or the type of license one has, you can get a DUI simply with a blood alcohol level of .02%. Now yes, this is a blood alcohol level for people who are under 21 years of age, but even smaller teens who [...]

Nevada Man Arrested For DUI in Las Vegas To Be Extradited To Arizona

By | 2014-06-20T15:41:14-07:00 June 20th, 2014|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, DUI, General Ticket Info, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , , , |

Las Vegas police are planning to extradite a 46-year old Arizona man who fled his court trial on the DUI manslaughter deaths of Cody Ramond, 17, in Kingman, AZ. The crash occurred in July 2013 and the man, Delbert Brechler has forgone his right to a court hearing in Las Vegas to his trial in Arizona on drunk driving, vehicular manslaughter and fleeing the state while on trial. The accident, which happened in July 2013, on route 66 in Kingman, AZ. Mr. Brechler rear ended a truck driven by Cody Raymond at approximately 10.40 pm that evening. In the accident, Delbert Bechler and his passenger were not injured. If you have been arrested for a Nevada DUI accident, go to 24hourticketpower.com today to begin speaking with our attorneys about your case. At the scene of the accident, Mr. Brechler’s blood alcohol levels were greater than 2 and a half times Arizona’s intoxication limit. If you are ever stopped for a DUI or are involved in a Las Vegas DUI accident, be sure to protect your rights and admit nothing to witnesses or police. DUI limits in Nevada have various different levels. If you are under the age of 21, drivers [...]

Report Shows Fewer DUIs in Las Vegas in 2013

By | 2014-05-31T23:31:32-07:00 May 31st, 2014|Categories: DUI, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , , , , |

The comprehensive annual report from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department was just released for the year 2013, and it is truly a mixed bag. On the plus side for people hoping to avoid a traffic ticket or a DUI arrest in Las Vegas, these were down year over year from 2012 – 22 percent and 21 percent, respectively. This is good news to our customers, and certainly something that we had noticed – a downturn in people needing our services here at 24hourticketpower.com to avoid Las Vegas traffic court and fight tickets online. However, there were still plenty of people who sought our help and were very happy with the result, no question. The bad news was really the rest of the report. A 21 percent increase in murders year over year, with 97 occurring in 2013 versus 77 in 2012. A fourteen percent increase in forcible rape, with a total of 705, and a twenty five percent increase in missing persons. There was an increase in robberies, and an increase in traffic fatalities on Las Vegas roads – almost an eleven percent increase. There was, on the somewhat brighter side, a decrease in cases of domestic battery and [...]

DUI of Pop Star Instructive for Las Vegans

By | 2014-04-22T23:26:49-07:00 April 22nd, 2014|Categories: DUI, Illegal Driving, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , , , |

We are continuing to follow the Las Vegas news of the DUI arrest of pop star Justin Bieber for the simple fact that it shows several of the things a good lawyer can do to help you if you’re arrested for DUI in Las Vegas, or in Florida as the young crooner was. So let’s begin with a little bit of the details and the circumstances that are coming out in the news on this Bieber arrest and trial, and the charges he is facing, and then we’ll discuss the implications and the lessons you could learn from this if you’re facing your own arrest for driving under the influence in Clark County, and wondering what your options are. Bieber was arrested in Miami Beach this past January the 23rd. He was allegedly involved in some drag racing on a public street, which is not legal. This was not one of the things was charged with, however, which makes the whole allegation interesting. What Bieber was busted for, and charged with, is driving under the influence, driving without a valid license (his was allegedly expired), and resisting arrest. According to recent news, it doesn’t appear to be alcohol that Bieber [...]

New Place for Las Vegas Speeding Tickets

By | 2014-02-14T01:01:07-07:00 February 14th, 2014|Categories: Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News, Speeding|Tags: , , , |

Be careful as you’re driving in the area of Blue Diamond and Cimarron roads. Especially be careful as you’re driving on Blue Diamond Road itself. This is a dangerous street, a number of bad and fatal pedestrian accidents in Las Vegas happen along the stretch of road in that area. Some of the accidents stem from pedestrians not crossing safely or legally, some stem from perhaps a speed limit that was too high. Some of the problems stem from a lack of clearly marked pedestrian walk ways and push button lights, forcing or at least facilitating unsafe pedestrian behavior. With two last things in mind, be careful now of driving your normal speed as it’s been lowered and you will get a Las Vegas speeding ticket if you’re on autopilot. You also could very easily end up running a new Las Vegas red light for running either the new traffic signal or the new pedestrian flashing signals. If you’ve made either of these errors, or any traffic violations at all, with 24hourticketpower.com you can handle a speeding ticket cheaply and totally online, in most cases. The new traffic signals in this area were planned in response to community outcry and [...]

More Reckless Driving Tickets Coming From New Law?

By | 2014-01-07T00:53:30-07:00 January 7th, 2014|Categories: Illegal Driving, Online Legal Services, Reckless Driving|Tags: , , , , |

What the newly implemented and running Nevada program to give driving privileges to undocumented immigrants has is a lot of theories about it. A first few days of the program haven’t done much to tamp down the chatter, given the record numbers of people applying for the licenses, record numbers failing, and situations where the DMV is described as having a “jovial” atmosphere. Throw in a power outage to an overrun office, and you had people speculating that either the vast numbers of people or the programming of the driver privilege cards had crashed the system. It hadn’t – the power outage was totally unrelated – but who needs facts to get in the way of a good story? One interesting question that remains to be answered is the true effect on any number of areas, like the number of traffic tickets issued in Las Vegas, insurance, accidents, and a whole host of things people are talking and speculating about. Again, many people say many things about this law, but outcomes are so far hard to come by. The proponents and advocates of this law claim it make the roads safer and lower the number of car injuries in Las [...]

Citations for U-Turns and Other Las Vegas Traffic Violations

By | 2013-12-29T12:46:48-07:00 December 29th, 2013|Categories: General Ticket Info, Illegal Driving, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , , , , |

The number of traffic citations issued by Las Vegas Metro Police will take your breath away, plain and simple. If we say over 5,000 traffic citations were given out by them in ­­­_____ period of time, what would be your guess? A month, maybe have a year? Possibly a quarter, we suppose, since that’s a standard unit of measurement in government accounting? No, that’s how many traffic tickets Metro wrote in just the first half of this month, December, and the full number is 5,074. That would just be a mind boggling number if you didn’t deal with this type of thing every day, like we do here at 24hourticketpower.com. We actually do so many of them, because there are so many given out, that we can process them quickly, cheaply, and favorably by handling them through a bulk processing time period that the court allots to attorneys handling multiple cases. Maybe the best part? In the vast majority of our cases, you don’t even have to leave your house. You can handle your traffic ticket online in Nevada with 24hourticketpower.com. This bit of information was something we found in an article we recently read. We knew the number was [...]

Distracted Driving in Nevada for Google Glass?

By | 2013-12-05T00:56:27-07:00 December 5th, 2013|Categories: DUI, Illegal Driving, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Traffic law in Nevada is always evolving as technology, vehicles, roadways, and research evolve as well. Just very recently states have been adopting hands free cell phone laws, and just a little over two years it became law that you could get a traffic ticket in Nevada for a cell phone violation. At the same time, other laws and rules evolved. Nevada became a pioneer for licensing driverless vehicles to be tested and used here in certain circumstances. Those cars so far are by and large created and tested with the greatest potential commercial viability by Google, which is the subject of yet another controversy for its technology and how it affects traffic laws in Nevada and across the country. This time, the subject of the controversy is the new Google Glass, a pair of glasses with a small screen that, while transparent, is still a video screen that you’d theoretically be watching and distracted by as you’re driving. New reports are out that police in some states are starting to ticket for this offense. If you’re cited for distracted driving for using a cell phone in Las Vegas and want to fight the ticket without having to hassle with [...]

DUI Charges in North Las Vegas Can Take Time

By | 2013-11-18T00:44:33-07:00 November 18th, 2013|Categories: DUI, Illegal Driving, Speeding|Tags: , , , , , |

If you’ve been pulled over for driving under the influence in Las Vegas but haven’t been charged yet, don’t celebrate just yet. Sometimes, depending on how they do the tests, and if you had a blood test or not, the results can take a long time to process. Hope for the best, but plan for the worst: if you’ve been pulled over and had blood drawn for a suspected DUI in North Las Vegas or anywhere in Southern Nevada, get yourself a top DUI lawyer in Nevada right away by visiting 24hourticketpower.com. You know if you had too much to drink, and if you did, don’t think just because you haven’t been arrested yet that you are home free. Getting a lawyer immediately can be a difference maker, whether you were given a DUI in a checkpoint like we see happen fairly regularly around Las Vegas, especially on big “party” nights like Halloween or on especially any holiday that falls on a long weekend. If you get a DUI and want the best online service in Southern Nevada visit 24hourticketpower.com to get the best lawyer cheaply, quickly, and easily. The recent news in Las Vegas that reminds us that not [...]

Handle Suspended License in Las Vegas Online

By | 2013-11-16T00:55:19-07:00 November 16th, 2013|Categories: General Ticket Info, Illegal Driving, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , , , , |

What do you do if your driver license is suspended in Clark County, or going to be suspended because of a recent ticket or infraction? This can be a trying and difficult situation, with a real possibility of a loss of ability to keep your life together. Often times, just fighting the ticket can seem daunting, even though the alternative is worse. How do you find time to go down to Las Vegas traffic court to fight a traffic ticket, or find time to visit a lawyer’s office to get the legal representation you need to avoid more points on your license or a suspension of it altogether because of too many previous traffic tickets you couldn’t fight on your own. You need to be able to fight your Southern Nevada traffic ticket online, you need 24hourticketpower.com. Our site connects you with legal professionals who will handle your case for you inexpensively and totally hassle free – in the vast majority of cases you don’t have to visit our office, you don’t have to go to traffic court, all you have to do is get on with your day, week, and year. The first way listed by the Nevada Department [...]

New Rules for Las Vegas Traffic Court

By | 2013-11-08T22:41:52-07:00 November 8th, 2013|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, General Ticket Info, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Do you ever feel like lawyers, judges, and legal professionals in general are speaking another language? If you’ve ever been in court, or even had a ticket and had to go to traffic court, you’ve probably had that experience. If you’re trying to fight a traffic ticket in Las Vegas by yourself, you may have gotten confused by the legalese they were speaking, and just thrown in the towel and paid the fine in disgust. For instance, take the new “clarifications” issued by the Las Vegas traffic court in a Traffic Bench-Bar Committee meeting. These clarifications are anything but clear to the non-legal professional, they sound like gobbledygook, talking about rolling three year reviews, bulk traffic court sessions, referees, mandatory traffic school and requirements that just came into effect for that, and how old citations will be included in the rolling review of three years, or not, and what dates certain new requirements come into effect that are covered in these new laws governing the disposition of these matters. Head hurt yet? That’s why you need experienced legal professionals like the ones we have at 24hourticketpower.com to fight your Clark County traffic ticket online – meaning you don’t have to [...]