Criminal Law Case Attorneys in Las Vegas, NV
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Being the victim of a crime can be an intensely traumatic experience, no matter how small the crime may have been. On top of dealing with the crime itself, you’re faced with the prospect of a criminal trial and all the time, paperwork, and effort that requires. It can feel and seem very overwhelming.
It doesn’t have to be! Gazda & Tadayon are ready to step in and represent you so you don’t have to deal with the legalities on your own. With over 20 years of experience in criminal law cases, we’re the most experienced injury lawyers in Las Vegas and we can guarantee we’ll fight for the maximum compensation you’re entitled to under the law so you can get back to living your life.
These are just some of the types of cases we’ve successfully prosecuted on behalf of our clients:
- Driving under the influence
- Drug offenses
- White collar crime
- And many more
We’re conveniently located in Las Vegas at 2600 S Rainbow Boulevard, Suite 200. Visit us online at www.gazadatadayon.com for more information about our law firm, including client testimonials. Schedule a Free Consultation Now!
Criminal Law Cases FAQs
The complexity of a case will affect how long it takes. A simple misdemeanor might be resolved within a few weeks or a month, while a felony case might last for several months or a year. If the prosecution makes a reasonable plea offer early in the process, the case will end much sooner than if it goes to trial.
Very few criminal cases actually go to trial. The charges may be dismissed or dropped, or the defense may succeed in a pre-trial motion that essentially destroys the prosecution’s case. Most often, however, the two sides will reach a plea bargain in which the defendant pleads guilty or no contest in exchange for a lesser charge or lighter sentence.
A criminal case usually takes priority over a civil case resulting from the same sequence of events. A defendant may try to delay the civil case until the criminal case is resolved so that the prosecution cannot use information from the civil case to support the charges.
Search and seizure rules apply whenever law enforcement conducts a search that invades a citizen’s legitimate expectation of privacy. The expectation of privacy must be objectively reasonable under the circumstances.
A search warrant is a document signed by a judge that allows the police to conduct a search in a certain place for certain items.