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Law Office of David R. Fischer
7455 Arroyo Crossing Parkway
Suite 220
Las Vegas, NV 89113

702.547.3944

David R. Fischer: Criminal Defense Lawyer


The Law Office of David R. Fischer will fight for you! Our focus is helping you achieve the right result in Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada. If you are facing a Nevada state or federal criminal charge call Attorney David R. Fischer today.


From your initial consultation, through the conclusion of your case, we will give you an honest assessment of your Nevada criminal case risks and tell you what your potential options are. You will be empowered to know what your best course of action should be. Your liberty is at stake. Don’t allow yourself to be intimidated any longer!


We can help you address any Nevada criminal defense matter, both Nevada and Las Vegas federal and state criminal defense, including, Nevada, Clark County, Las Vegas Bail hearings, Fugitive hearings, Arraignments, Warrant hearings, Status checks, Pre-trial, Trial, Indictment, Probation, Preliminary Hearings, Grand Jury, and writ of habeas corpus.


Contact the Law Office of David R. Fischer to schedule a free consultation today.


In order to be convicted in Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, a person charged with a crime must be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. This is a technical term, which applies to all types of criminal cases, misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor or felony charges. It is always the prosecutor's duty (state or federal) to meet this burden of proof. A Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, criminal defendant is not required to prove anything. The burden of establishing a person's guilt is strictly the prosecution's burden.


The "reasonable doubt" standard of proof applicable to criminal matters is much higher than the "preponderance of the evidence" standards applicable to civil cases. It is difficult to quantify the real difference, however, the statutory definition found in the Nevada Revised Statutes may help clarify the reasonable doubt standard. Reasonable doubt is one based on reason. It is not mere possible doubt, but is such a doubt as would govern or control a person in the more weighty affairs of life. If the minds of the jurors, after the entire comparison and consideration of all the evidence, are in such a condition that they can say they feel an abiding conviction of the truth of the charge, there is not a reasonable doubt. Doubt to be reasonable must be actual, not mere possibility or speculation. NRS 175.211.


The trier of fact in misdemeanor matters is a Justice of the Peace. There exists no right to a jury trial for misdemeanor charges in Nevada. The right to a jury trial only exists where a Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, defendant faces gross misdemeanor or felony charges. Here, one is entitled to have the issue guilt or innocence decided by twelve impartial jurors.


If you have been charged with a Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor, or felony contact criminal defense Las Vegas Attorney David R. Fischer today. Drug charges, DUI, Domestic Violence, Battery, Assault, Fraud, Federal crimes, Prostitution, Trespassing, Purse bait, Burglary, Robbery, Deadly Weapon, Sex Assault, Lewdness, Child Pornography, Imitation Drugs.