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 [...]
It’s like a scene from a movie. The police officer picks up the suspect, whether from jail or from an arrest, bounty hunter, whoever. He, the officer, is transporting the suspect to the local jail. As the police car passes through an intersection, it is hit by another car. That’s where a recent case of someone breaking the traffic law in Las Vegas and causing an accident with a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer differs from the movie script. In the movies, the accident would not have been an accident at all, it would have been a deliberate jail break. Masked men would have jumped out of the car that hit the police car, holding big, scary guns and pointing them at the cop, maybe shooting him maybe not, while another masked man blew the doors off the back in order to spring the suspect in the back seat. The masked men and the suspect would jump back into the original vehicle, and speed off. In the reality of this accident, however, the driver of the car which allegedly caused the accident was given a traffic citation in Las Vegas for failing to yield, and the suspect was taken to [...]
Due to low gasoline prices and an improving economy, a larger number of Nevadans are planning significant car travel this Thanksgiving. Nevada traffic authorities have taken notice and will be patrolling the streets en mass searching for out-of-registration Nevada vehicles, missed Las Vegas stop signs and South Valleys DUIs. If you have received a ticket in Las Vegas for speeding, missing a Clark County red light or a Las Vegas DUI and would like to fight or fix it, please log onto 24hourticketpower.com With holiday traffic rates climbing and many Nevadans struggling economically, police are looking not only for Las Vegas driving citations, but also expired licenses and registrations. If you have received a citation for Las Vegas failure to yield, distracted driving or a DUI, please contact us today. We can fix your ticket and provide online traffic school. Our Las Vegas traffic attorneys offer a web-based service to fight and fix your traffic citations online. Through us, you can skip costly court visits and handle all paper work online.
In Nevada today, the Nevada Department of Transportation announced the start of the Badge On Board Program which will see Nevada state troopers driving unmarked big-rigs on Las Vegas interstate freeways 95 and 15. When they see Las Vegas traffic violations Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) will contact marked and unmarked highway patrol officers to issue speeding and other citations. If you have received a Las Vegas vehicular citation and wish to avoid court appearances and traffic school, please contact us today. Unmarked Nevada Highway Patrol big rigs, unmarked police cars and marked patrol vehicles will be on the lookout for the following offenses: unsafe lane changes; failure to signal lane changes; failure to yield the right of way; following too closely; speeding; failure to use due care; aggressive driving (a combination of two or more behaviors). Due to the seriousness of unsafe driving near large trucks and buses, the NHP has adopted a no-tolerance policy during Badge On Board, which will run from November 15th to November 18th. Go to 24hourticketpower.com to fight or fix your Nevada ticket online. 24hourticketpower.com offers Las Vegas drivers the ability to fix tickets online and complete traffic school online. Our experienced Nevada traffic attorneys [...]
Previously on our Nevada traffic citation blog we have discussed the additional financial burdens on Las Vegas motorists that are piled on top of existing fines for Las Vegas speeding tickets and the like. Another state is unrolling a new program aimed at closing government budget gaps by squeezing additional dollars out of unlucky motorists. In Tennessee, motorists can expect to pay a $13.75 surcharge on top of the standard fines for a failure to yield, stop sign infraction, or other traffic ticket. State officials added the new cost in order to pay for laboratory fees for crime scene investigators who work on evidence for state-level criminal cases. (If you are thinking that the two issues are not closely related, you are correct.) One official defended the fee increase by pointing out that motorists who choose to fight a traffic citation in traffic court also pay an identical fee, so this is just leveling the playing field for both types of motorists. From a cost-saving standpoint, this seems like a bad move for the governments as it removes the relative disincentive against fighting a traffic ticket. But for now, let's leave governance to those who govern and we will focus [...]