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Attorney Fischer Helps Client Get Charges Dropped in “Tiregate” Case
Attorney Fischer Helps Client Get Charges Dropped in “Tiregate” Case

Attorney David R. Fischer helped our client get his charges dismissed in the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) “Tiregate” case after Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Eric Goodman found that the state didn’t have evidence proving guilt and performed an improper ...

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  • Attorney Fischer Helps Client Get Charges Dropped in “Tiregate” Case

    Attorney David R. Fischer helped our client get his charges dismissed in the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) “Tiregate” case after Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Eric Goodman found that the ...

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  • Las Vegas Suspends Coordination Efforts with ICE After Federal Ruling

    In a recent ruling, a federal court in California determined it would “no longer honor federal immigration detainers for civil immigration violations." After analyzing this decision, the City of Las ...

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  • Attorney Fischer Named in The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100

    Attorney David R. Fischer has become a member of the National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers organization, which consists of the most experienced, knowledgeable, and successful criminal defense ...

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  • Misdemeanor Battery Domestic Violence Cases and Jury Trials

    In Anderson v. Eighth Judicial District Court , one of the most significant cases in the state, the Nevada Supreme Court decided that a person charged with a misdemeanor battery domestic violence ...

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  • Nevada: Employers Can't Refuse Applicants Who Fail Marijuana Test

    Nevada Bans Employers from Rejecting Applicants Based on Failed Marijuana Test Becoming the first state to do so, Nevada passed a bill that prohibits employers from failing or refusing to hire some ...

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  • NV Gov. Sisolak Signs Two Criminal Justice Reform Bills into Law

    In late May, Governor Steve Sisolak signed two criminal justice reform bills that restore voting rights to convicted felons and streamline the process of sealing records of individuals convicted of a ...

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