Don’t just pay the fine if you received a citation in Nevada for allegedly failing to yield or slow down for a traffic incident. These tickets are often unfairly issued. But a dedicated lawyer can get the citation dismissed.
Nevada law requires drivers to reduce speed, proceed cautiously, and move over if possible when approaching stopped emergency vehicles, tow trucks, and other incidents along the road. Violations carry fines of $150-200.
However, circumstances are not always clear-cut. A skilled attorney knows how to challenge questionable failure to yield tickets.
There are legal defenses an experienced lawyer may use to fight a failure to yield a citation, such as:
Our lawyers thoroughly investigate the facts and fight questionable tickets. We also negotiate with prosecutors, highlight mitigating circumstances, and advocate for dismissal. Don’t accept an unfair citation – fight back.
Over decades, we have successfully achieved dismissals and reductions of thousands of Nevada traffic citations. Our capabilities include:
Don’t let an unjust ticket go unchallenged. Retain experienced legal advocates on your side for the best chance at a positive outcome. Contact our firm for help fighting your Nevada failure to yield citation today!
We can advocate for reduced fines and fees during mitigation hearings if the ticket is not dismissed.
If fines are ordered, we may be able to arrange manageable payment plans to ease the financial impact.
These citations can add points to your Nevada driver’s license. We help avoid that.
We frequently assist CDL drivers who receive these citations that threaten their livelihood.
We utilize traffic specialists as expert witnesses to refute allegations if needed.
Thoroughly examining the incident scene for potential defense arguments.
We ensure any reductions or dismissals are reported to your insurer to prevent policy issues. Thoroughly examining the incident scene for potential defense arguments.
If the scene was not indicated adequately with visible emergency lights, it could invalidate the citation.
Yes, you can contest it yourself, but having legal experience significantly improves your chances of getting it dismissed.
If you were blocked by dense traffic or lanes ending, that fact can be used as a defense.
In most cases, you can avoid appearing personally by having an attorney represent you instead.
Yes, the vehicle’s registered owner is ultimately liable for payment of citations if not dismissed.
Failure to yield citations typically adds four demerit points to your driver’s license in Nevada.
Inform your attorney so they can explain financial hardship and request fine reductions from the court.
Citation – An official ticket issued for a traffic violation, also called a traffic ticket.
Dismissal – When the court dismisses a citation, you are no longer responsible for payment.
Mitigation Hearing – A court hearing where you can present information arguing for reduced fines or penalties.
Demerit Points – Points added to your driver’s license following certain convictions, potentially resulting in suspension if too many accrue.
Evidence – Proof presented to dispute allegations of a citation, like dashcam video or photos.
Payment Plan – An arranged schedule for paying fines in affordable installments over time instead of all at once.
CDL – Commercial Driver’s License required for driving commercial vehicles like semi-trucks.
Tow Truck – A specially equipped vehicle that removes disabled or damaged vehicles from roadways.
Prosecutor – The attorney representing the state or city in traffic citation proceedings.
Remote Appearance – The ability to contest a citation without being physically present in court, such as by phone.
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Thank you for taking the time to read through our resources on traffic tickets. Navigating through traffic violations can be challenging, and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
At the Rosenblum Allen Law Firm, we’re committed to providing you with the guidance and representation you need. With our extensive experience and knowledge, we’re ready to help you understand the nuances of your situation and explore the best options moving forward.
Every case is unique, and we believe in providing personalized attention to each client. I invite you to call me and my team at (702) 433-2889. Let’s get the ball rolling and work together on your situation.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Molly Rosenblum, Esq.