Casino Markers in Las Vegas

Are You Being Accused of Debt Evasion?

Las Vegas is the city of gambling and high stakes. For people who want to stay in the game or put more money on the table than they have in their wallets, specialty lines of credit known as casino markers can be utilized. A casino marker is typically a short-term, interest-free cash loan that needs to be repaid promptly – about two to four weeks later. To access such a cash loan, you must apply to the casino in a way similar to that of a credit application.

While a casino marker certainly has its benefits, it has proven too good an offer too many times. Due to the high rate of people leaving Las Vegas with no intention to ever repay the casino for its loan, the act of evading the debt has been slammed by the criminal justice department and labeled as a felony in most cases. If you have inadvertently failed to repay a casino its debt – or if you believe you are being falsely accused of exaggerated claims by the casino that loaned you money – you need to take legal action right away.

Accused of skipping a casino marker? We can help defend your rights!

At the Law Office of David R. Fischer, we are well-versed in litigation involving criminal matters of all sorts. Our focus, however, is protecting people charged with some of the most serious crimes involving Vegas casinos. We have built a strong reputation for ourselves as a powerful legal team with an unwavering commitment to our clients and an aggressive stance in court that gives zero leeway to the prosecution.

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Penalties for Unpaid Casino Markers

If you have failed to pay your casino marker within the allotted time, you might not be in immediate legal trouble. In many cases, the casino will notify you of your outstanding loan and request that you make a payment within the next month equal to the amount owed plus interest, which can be over 20%. If you still do not pay back the casino marker, a warrant will be created for your arrest and you will be facing punishments by means of:

  • Incarceration
  • Restitution fees paid to the casino
  • Fines paid to Nevada State
  • Damaged credit score

As with any alleged crime, those accused of evading casino marker debts have their own side of the story to tell. That is where our Las Vegas criminal lawyer at the Law Office of David R. Fischer comes in. With our counsel, we can ensure that you are given a fair chance in court, and we will do all that we can to have your charges reduced or dismissed.

Schedule an appointment with us by calling 702.866.9864 today.

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