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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. [...]

Arbitrary Traffic Stop for Las Vegas Writer

By | 2013-07-22T22:36:16-07:00 July 22nd, 2013|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Sometimes, traffic laws can seem to be arbitrarily and unnecessarily enforced. They are there, after all, to protect us from each other and ourselves. This, while an admirable goal, can be interpreted and abused by folks whose job it is enforce the law. Sometimes overzealous officers can forget the spirit of the law and their personal discretion in pursuit of . . . who knows what – maybe meeting a ticket quota, maybe just having a bad day. Such was the case recently with a writer for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Steven Kalas, which he recounts in a blog regarding his recent traffic citation in Las Vegas. If you, like Mr. Kalas, feel like you want to fight the ticket, or need to for having points on your license or some other reason like personal indignation at the application of the law, 24hourticketpower.com can help. Best of all, you don’t even have to take time out of your day to fight the traffic or speeding ticket in Las Vegas, we’ll handle everything for you. Mr. Kalas, as he recounts in his blog, was following the spirit and intent of the law, if not, maybe, the exact wording or application taken [...]

Las Vegas drivers about six weeks from new Nevada traffic citations for texting and driving

By | 2011-08-21T21:39:26-07:00 August 21st, 2011|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, DUI, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

About six weeks before the effective date of a new Nevada texting while driving law, Las Vegas drivers can still be seen with their phones pressed to their ears as they commute through Clark County traffic. For now, police are biding their time and continuing to focus on their bread and butter, including issuing Las Vegas speeding tickets. But this patient observation will soon morph into something more predatory once the new law takes effect. As a tense and vital legislative session came to a close in Carson City earlier this summer, lawmakers gave final approval to SB 140, which Governor Sandoval later signed into law. Although the bill passed the state Senate by only a narrow 11-10 margin, the policy of restricting cell phone use while driving is part of a growing consensus nationwide. According to StateHighwaySafety.org, 42 states have some kind of restriction on the use of cell phones for either voice or text communications while driving. These laws are usually in addition to existing regulations like Las Vegas distracted driving laws. Some of the first states to adopt cell phone while driving laws utilized weak penalties that now are seen as too mild to serve as effective [...]