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Traffic, Speeding in Las Vegas

By | 2017-02-24T21:45:38-07:00 February 24th, 2017|Categories: Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , |

Basically, a new report says we should stop complaining, and those of you speeding in Las Vegas because traffic made you late are just whiny. Yeah, we don’t like these people either. Also, that’s not totally what the report said – that’s a just our little tongue in cheek short explanation. The real point of the study, and subsequent news coverage around it, was ranking different cities in the United States in terms of traffic and travel. How far away do people live from where they work? How long do they spend sitting in traffic, how long is their commute, these are the types of questions this survey set out to elucidate for the general public. And the word is, that Las Vegas is actually pretty well off, comparatively, in terms of our traffic. No, no one likes to sit in a parking lot on Interstate 15 when a Las Vegas car crash is blocking three lanes. Yes, everyone wants lights here and there timed better and merges to just be simple already! But at least according to this report we are doing okay, at least for major metro areas. What’s not OK is getting a speeding ticket in Las [...]

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. [...]

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. [...]

Henderson Speeding Ticket Bonanza

By | 2016-08-14T22:46:31-07:00 August 14th, 2016|Categories: Speeding|Tags: , |

Received a speeding ticket in Henderson, Nevada? You are not alone, you are not anywhere near alone, especially if it happened in the last couple of weeks. On top of speeding tickets issues by the Nevada Highway Patrol, hundreds of other citations were handed out for various infractions such as distracted driving in Henderson, cell phone violations, seat belt violations, revoked or suspended licenses, and more. We’ll break down the numbers and give the specifics in a moment, but one big point sticks out for us. These are just the numbers released by the Nevada Highway Patrol, according to news accounts of this speeding enforcement in Henderson. The Henderson Police Department was also in on this, and they haven’t even released their numbers or had them counted in this total as released by the NHP. If you’re given a speeding ticket in Henderson, Nevada, or anywhere else across the Las Vegas Valley and want to fight it online visit today your ticket fix is just one click away. From the news report, it looks like this enforcement focus was going on for about two weeks. It began on July 22 and continued through to the 8th of August. We’re [...]

Speeding Ticket in Las Vegas Construction Zones

By | 2016-06-26T22:40:57-07:00 June 26th, 2016|Categories: Speeding|Tags: , , |

There’s a new Road Warrior blogger for the Las Vegas Review Journal. There’s been a lot of turnover at that paper and online news source recently due to the purchase of the company by Sheldon Adelson and his family. Adelson, if you’re new to the area or just don’t follow this kind of news, is the owner of the Sands Corporation, which owns the Sands, Venetian, and a number of other gaming properties in Las Vegas and across the globe. The Sands Corporation’s Macau gaming operation is of particular note as it is one of the company’s biggest money makers. Adelson is a billionaire, and incredibly politically active. He is predominantly a donor to Republican candidates and super PACs (political action committees), and never just sitting back and letting the world pass by, but always trying to influence it. For instance, he is currently trying to get the Oakland Raider’s National Football League team to relocate to Las Vegas, through a complicated financing scheme to build a stadium in part on taxpayer subsidies. But enough about all that, as it is somewhat tangential (read: totally out of left field) for this blog. This blog is about speeding tickets in Las [...]

New Traffic Light Means New Las Vegas Red Light Tickets

By | 2015-01-28T23:11:33-07:00 January 28th, 2015|Categories: Online Legal Services, Running a Red Light|Tags: , , , , , , |

Watch out for traffic tickets in Las Vegas stemming from a newly installed traffic signal. The traffic light is at the intersection of Cimarron Road and Alexander Road. If you’re not familiar with the area, that’s in the north western part of Las Vegas. Alexander Road is an east west street, a few blocks north of Cheyenne Avenue. Cimarron Road runs north south, and is located a little ways to the west of Interstate 95. This light going up is said to be starting as a flashing red light in order for people to become accustomed to stopping there. That means if you’re on autopilot and miss it, you’re looking at a red light violation in Las Vegas. As anyone who has been through one of those knows, they are expensive! They are expensive, that is, unless you use to fight Las Vegas traffic tickets online. Our system saves you time, saves you money, and saves your hassle. Most of our clients are able to handle their citation without ever having to visit our offices, and they avoid Las Vegas traffic court entirely. We’re able to get our clients great outcomes for their Las Vegas traffic tickets because we [...]

Rap Mogul Arrested in Las Vegas on Traffic Warrant

By | 2014-11-13T23:26:16-07:00 November 13th, 2014|Categories: Online Legal Services, Traffic Arrest Warrants, Traffic Ticket|Tags: , , , , |

Rap moguls have to go to traffic court just like everybody else. Or at least, everyone else, that is, who doesn’t use to avoid Las Vegas traffic court. Marion “Suge” Knight was recently in Las Vegas traffic court for driving on a suspended license. While we don’t know the particulars of Mr. Knight’s situation, we do know that if you use you can avoid Las Vegas traffic court for suspended license citations, speeding tickets, and all kinds of traffic tickets in the vast majority of our cases. You don’t have to visit our law firm, you don’t have to stand in line at traffic court and wait for hours for your number and case to be called. can take care of everything for you. Our easy to use online system just takes a couple of minutes: put in a few basic details and hit “fix my ticket.” Our top Las Vegas traffic attorneys will look over your details and give you a call to let you know we have you covered. We’ll handle any traffic court appearances and you get to fight your Las Vegas traffic ticket online without leaving your home in the vast majority of [...]

Signs Go Up to Prevent North Las Vegas Speeding

By | 2014-10-25T22:48:39-07:00 October 25th, 2014|Categories: Las Vegas Legal News, Speeding|Tags: , , , |

Well, the excuse many a person used to give for getting a speeding ticket in North Las Vegas on Nellis Boulevard of “there weren’t any speed limit” signs is no longer even remotely effective. It’s not an excuse that is particularly effective at all, in most people’s experience, but there are some places and times when you can get out of a ticket with it. However, according to recent news, more signes have now been put up there. In the span of North Las Vegas Boulevard and Carey Avenue, three new speed limit signs have been put up on Nellis Boulevard in the southbound direction – so watch out for those Clark County speeding tickets there now more than ever. If you’re stopped for speeding Southern Nevada fight your ticket online with quickly and easily. The speed limit in that section, in case you were wondering, is still 45 miles per hour. Not exactly slow, but people would go faster there still. This all came about – the speed limit signs going up, because someone contacted Traffic8 to inquire about the lack of speed limit signs on the stretch of road and talk about driving going too fast and [...]

Las Vegas News – license suspended for not paying traffic ticket

By | 2014-10-17T21:28:10-07:00 October 17th, 2014|Categories: General Ticket Info, Online Legal Services, Speeding, Traffic Ticket|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Don’t be Dwight Howard. We’re not talking any of the negative things that are sometimes said about his basketball play, particularly his free throws. He’s not a shooter, ok? He’s not the guy that’s a threat anywhere on the floor he gets the ball, he’s not James or Durant or Duncan. He’s still a great player, league leader in rebounds, top stats in other areas. But we digress – our point was not to talk about his basketball game. Where you don’t want to be like him is how you deal with traffic tickets. In Las Vegas news on traffic tickets, here’s Howard, getting his license suspended because he didn’t pay a fine. Dwight Howard, ladies and gentlemen, could have used the service that people use in Las Vegas to handle traffic tickets online easily, quickly, and inexpensively: With you don’t have to do any of the things that Dwight Howard forgot to do. You just don’t have to deal with it. And you certainly don’t have to deal with what Howard has to deal with now, which certainly includes going to traffic court. With you don’t have to leave your house to deal with your Las [...]

Good Resource for Traffic Ticket Info in Las Vegas

By | 2014-10-04T00:57:25-07:00 October 4th, 2014|Categories: General Ticket Info, Online Legal Services, Traffic Ticket|Tags: , , , , , , |

One frequent web page that those wishing to avoid speeding and traffic tickets in Las Vegas should bookmark and visit frequently is the View page of the Las Vegas Review Journal. The Area Briefings that they often put out can give you a lot of helpful information about where construction is taking place that could either slow you down, get you caught for the double penalty of speeding in a work zone, or both. There is also information in there about many other useful tidbits for those of us interested in recent occurrences or upcoming issues with traffic law and traffic enforcement. If you’re saddled with a Las Vegas traffic ticket and want to fight it online, visit for the hands down easiest, quickest, and most cost effective place to do that on the web. The Area Briefing has a lot of info that would be familiar to regular readers of this blog. Things like recent traffic enforcement numbers, stories of traffic violations or the number of people caught in particular enforcement stings, you name it. For instance, it highlighted a recent crackdown done by the Henderson Police Department, in conjunction with the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, that [...]

Candidate Wants All Las Vegas Traffic Tickets Thrown Out

By | 2014-09-30T00:12:30-07:00 September 30th, 2014|Categories: General Ticket Info, Online Legal Services, Traffic Arrest Warrants|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

There is good news for those among us who just can’t seem to stay away from traffic tickets. Whether it’s from speeding or running a red light or a cell phone violation (or more), one candidate for Clark County District Attorney wants to have the DA’s office drop charges in Las Vegas traffic tickets where no property was damaged and no one was hurt. That would be good news for anyone staring down the barrel of a traffic ticket they can’t afford to pay, whether it be the money, the points on their license, or the hit to their insurance premium that comes with a traffic conviction. Before you get your hopes up, though, a dash of cold water: according to political handicappers, this candidate, Jim Duensing, appears to have very little chance of winning the race. A Libertarian, Mr. Duensing is said to have virtually no money, political backing, or hope of prevailing in current the current district attorney, Democrat Steve Wolfson, in heavily Democratic Clark County. That’s why you need When the candidate who wants to throw out your Clark County traffic ticket has very little chance of becoming district attorney, you need an actual traffic attorney [...]

Causes of Speeding Tickets in Las Vegas

By | 2014-09-28T00:58:35-07:00 September 28th, 2014|Categories: Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

An article we were recently reading on Las Vegas and its transportation options really got us thinking. While not specifically about speeding tickets in Las Vegas, the article made us think about speeding tickets really come about, the two main ways. We’ve seen a lot of Las Vegas speeding tickets that we’ve handled for our customers online, and they fall into two broad categories: people who quite honestly are a little bit (to a lot of bits) leaden footed by nature, and people who are more pushed into it by circumstances. And that’s where this article comes in. The article is all about the choices we make every day about how we are going to get places. For most people in Las Vegas the options are relatively slim, and the transportation challenges highlighted by recent road closures for weather, work, accidents, and other reasons. Lacking in much public transportation or many walkable neighborhoods, most workers are forced to drive to work and others forced to drive on their daily life errands, excursions and journeys. When these big and especially unforeseen road closures pop up, that can make a number of normally punctual people unexpectedly late. And that can lead seriously [...]

Prime Time for School Zone Speeding Tickets in Nevada

By | 2014-08-20T00:58:11-07:00 August 20th, 2014|Categories: Local News, Reckless Driving, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

This is one of top times that people get school zone speeding tickets in Southern Nevada, a ticket that no one who is on the receiving end of enjoys. Those 15 mile per hour zones can catch up with you quickly – a measly 45 miles per hour can land you reckless driving, and any speed at all if you don’t yield to a pedestrian in the crosswalk. With classes just started back up, now is when we see a lot of drivers ticketed for speeding in a school zone in Clark County for two main reasons. The first one is maybe the most obvious to many people: drivers forget. Following a nice summer of not having to bring it down to that crawling, mocking pace, drivers have a hard time initially remembering that the zones are in effect. The second reason is scheduling. Thousands upon thousands of parents have just had school drop off and pickup reintroduced into their schedules. That means extra people on the roadway running late and trying to make up for time, especially when they are the double late of tardy for drop off on top of for day job. Savvy Las Vegas drivers know [...]

In Las Vegas News: Red Light Violation Saves Life

By | 2014-08-16T00:52:51-07:00 August 16th, 2014|Categories: Careless Driving, General Ticket Info, Running a Red Light|Tags: , , , , , , , |

We wrote recently about a man who avoided a speeding ticket because he had a mild heart attack when the cop pulled him over. Today we have Las Vegas news of a red light violation that a woman avoided being ticketed before because she was apparently choking and in need of assistance, which was perhaps why she didn’t see the red light. It’s also possible, we suppose, that she saw the red light but either needed to get through it to try to get to the hospital, or perhaps even saw the police officer and was hoping to be pulled over so that someone trained in first response and CPR could assist her in her emergency. If you’re stopped for running a red light in Las Vegas and didn’t have an excuse to get you out of the ticket like this woman, but need to get out of your ticket and want to fight it online and easily, visit today to see how easy we make it, and how good and quick a resolution we can get for you. The incident in question happened in Michigan, in one of the places in the running for towns with the best [...]

Could a Las Vegas Speeding Ticket Save a Life, Too?

By | 2014-08-04T01:07:49-07:00 August 4th, 2014|Categories: Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Very few people in Las Vegas get a speeding ticket and are happy about it. Very few people worldwide, we’d guess, are happy to get speeding ticket or traffic violation. We feel comfortable making that guess because even though fights traffic tickets online in Clark County, not worldwide, we know the sentiment. We also know a speeding ticket really means the same thing everywhere – some sort of fine or demerit or worse – not a warm cookie and glass of milk carried on a tray by the officer pulling you over. If only wishing made it so. However, not to bury the lead too too far: there’s a recent speeding ticket story in Las Vegas news about a man in Maine having his life saved after nearly dying during a traffic stop for speeding. This story comes to us all the way from Kennebunk, Maine. Yes, that Kennebunk, the vacation spot of presidents and dignitaries and East Coast elites. Just a few short days ago an 86 year old man was stopped for speeding, and was hit with an apparent heart attack just moments after handing over the requisite license and registration. We’ll save the jokes about the [...]

Fewer Las Vegas Speeding Tickets, Fewer Cops

By | 2014-07-11T23:54:36-07:00 July 11th, 2014|Categories: Las Vegas Legal News, Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , , , , |

A recent article on traffic enforcement, accidents, and overall strategy that we saw in the Las Vegas Sun was interesting for several reasons. First and foremost, the article quoted law enforcement officials, including Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie, as saying the Las Vegas Metro Police don’t have enough officers anymore to run speed traps with radar and furthermore don’t have enough patrol cars out on the streets to effectively be giving out enough Las Vegas speeding tickets to keep traffic safety as well under control as it could be. This will be news to any of the vast numbers of people cited speeding in Clark County, or DUI, reckless driving, and any number of other traffic infringements. Our top traffic ticket attorneys here at certainly haven’t seen any dramatic drop in people seeking our help in dealing with traffic issues and Las Vegas traffic court, nor any major reduction in people using our system, the best way to fight a Nevada speeding ticket online. If you’ve been unlucky enough to be on the receiving end of a speeding ticket in Clark County and want to fight it the easy way, ergo totally online, visit today to find out exactly [...]

More Las Vegas Traffic Tickets Called For by Newspaper

By | 2014-06-08T02:24:02-07:00 June 8th, 2014|Categories: General Ticket Info, Online Legal Services, Traffic Arrest Warrants, Traffic Tickets Espanol|Tags: , , , , , , |

It seems like clockwork that another newspaper editorial would have come out recently asking how we can eliminate or reduce the number of traffic accidents on our streets. Upping enforcement and handing out more traffic tickets in Las Vegas Metro’s area is one idea proposed, as is master planning of communities. Other problems identified and listed in blocks that are too long and should be shortened, the addition of more pedestrian walk ways, more police officers to carry out the extra enforcement listed above, and that more accountability should be taken and given. The article calls out certain efforts that have been put into place to lower the number of accidents in Las Vegas. In lieu of the ability to hire more officers, for a variety of reasons, Metro Police have shifted enforcement strategies. They’ve deprioritized sending officers to take statements and do official reports on car accidents in Las Vegas that don’t initially present with injuries. Laws have been enacted to combat distracted driving which is a definite cause of accidents and pedestrian injuries such as banning texting and talking while driving in Nevada and giving cell phone tickets out for it. It was even made a primary offense, meaning you can [...]

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 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 [...]

Memorial Day DUI Checkpoint in Las Vegas

By | 2014-05-26T00:10:23-07:00 May 26th, 2014|Categories: DUI, Local News, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , , , |

Metro police continue to do sobriety checkpoints especially on big holiday weekends, looking for people to arrest for DUI in Las Vegas though they often catch quite a bit more than that. The latest one was just the night before last, Friday night, to start some people’s Memorial Day Weekend off with a bust. As per usual, they broadcast the location and times before setting it up. The check was set for seven in the evening to three in the morning on Friday night. It was set in the area of a number of recent car crashes in Las Vegas, lots of people driving under the influence, and also a recent deadly crash. DUI checkpoints are somewhat controversial, and have become more so. We’ve written about some of the criticism for using staff time on them as opposed to extra patrols. There’s data to back up that point of view, that you catch more people driving under the influence in Southern Nevada and elsewhere by roaming the streets than by setting up shop in one place. Proponents have argued in part that their prior announcements and the checkpoint itself are meant as much as a prophylactic as a “gotcha” strategy. [...]