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DUI Law in Nevada

By | 2016-07-22T02:01:04-07:00 July 22nd, 2016|Categories: DUI|Tags: , |

Laws around DUI in Nevada are complicated. This is not particularly different state to state, though the particular complications may vary here and there. To give you a sense of what your top DUI attorneys at ticketpower.com have to just know at a basic level, here’s a sampling of the basic law for DUI in Nevada, straight from the statute itself. Feel free to skip if you like, this is just for example purposes: “PROHIBITED ACTS NRS 484C.110        Unlawful acts; affirmative defense; additional penalty for violation committed in work zone or pedestrian safety zone. [Effective until the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.] NRS 484C.110        Unlawful acts; affirmative defense; additional penalty for violation committed in work zone or pedestrian safety zone. [Effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition [...]

New Nevada cell phone while driving law days away

By | 2011-09-28T21:48:59-07:00 September 28th, 2011|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, DUI, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Technology and the LAW|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Passed during the 2011 Nevada Legislature and signed into law by Governor Brian Sandoval (R-NV), Senate Bill 140 goes into effect on the first of next month. The second phase of this legislation, which is intended to target Nevada distracted driving, begins October 1 as police officers begin pulling over drivers and issuing warning tickets. This new Las Vegas cell phone while driving law strikes a balance between some of the early laws that carried low, nuisance-level fines and later iterations of this same type of Nevada traffic law which treat distracted driving as a reckless offense on par with drinking and driving. Some of the strongest proponents of new cell phone laws lobbied for stiffer penalties and less lead-time before the law took full effect, but the consensus that emerged in the legislature arguably reflects a wiser approach to the issue. Many observers note that the path toward eliminating cell phone use while driving will be long and akin to the nation's experience with alcohol use and driving. Through a combination of Nevada DUI laws and massive public education programs, attitudes about drinking and driving have begun to shift but the rate of change has been almost generational. Similarly, [...]