Nevada Traffic Tickets

Got a traffic ticket?

Is your traffic ticket in warrant? Need answers to your questions?

We can help! We’ve handled over 2,000 tickets and have over 20 years of experience in resolving traffic tickets.
So…Let’s dive right in and get your questions answered!

What Types of Traffic Citations Are There In Nevada?

Usually there are 3 types of traffic violations in Nevada. These include:

  • Parking Violations
  • Non-moving Violations
  • Moving Violations

Each type of traffic citation above carries different penalties and fines.

For example, most moving violations will require the payment of a fine and may even require traffic school. You should also expect to have to attend Court at least one time if you receive a moving violation ticket.

For a non-moving violation, you may also have to pay a fine or present proof to a judge that the item that whatever led to the ticket is fixed.

What exactly is a parking violation?

parking violation usually involves a minor infraction.

This can include parking in a handicap spot without a placard or appropriately designated handicap plate, parking in a metered space without paying for it and parking within 20 feet of a fire hydrant.

Usually, parking citations can be resolved in exchange for paying a fine.

They do not carry any demerit points and will not go against your driving record.

In most cases, it is not necessary to have a traffic ticket attorney handle a parking citation.

What is a non-moving violation?
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non-moving violation usually involves an issue regarding the whether you are legally allowed to drive.

The most common non-moving violations include:

  •  illegal cell phone use while driving (first offense only)
  • driving without proof insurance 
  • driving without proof of a valid driver’s license 
  • failing to use a seatbelt

Most non-moving violations are misdemeanors that prosecutors will agree to resolve for a fine.

However, convictions for misdemeanors in Nevada can potentially carry up to six months in jail and/or up to $1,000 in fines.

What is a moving violation?
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Moving violations are the most common types of a traffic tickets.

These types of violations include running red lights, speeding, failing to stop at stop sign, making an illegal U-turn, DUI, reckless driving and aggressive driving.

Moving violations are usually misdemeanors but depending on the severity of the violation may be a felony.

They usually carry substantial fines, possible jail time, result in points against your driving record and may cause your insurance rates to go up.

It is strongly recommended that individuals receiving a traffic ticket for a moving violation consult a traffic ticket attorney.

What Are The Different Courts That Handle Traffic Tickets In Nevada?

There are lots of different courts throughout Nevada that handle traffic tickets and warrants.
Our Las Vegas attorneys can resolve your traffic ticket in most of these Courts but there some Courts we just don’t go to. 
In Nevada, we can take care of your traffic ticket in the following Courts:
If you have received a traffic citation in any of the Courts listed above  we can help. 
Depending on the type of traffic ticket you received, how many citations you received and whether or not your ticket is in warrant, our fees begin at just $25. 
For more information on our traffic ticket services in Henderson, Nevada call us today at (702) 433-2889 or fill out our on-line form.

Do you handle traffic tickets in Henderson, Nevada?
The simple answer is yes! 
Our traffic ticket attorneys handle traffic tickets both Henderson Justice Court and Henderson Municipal Court
If you have received a traffic citation for a moving violation in either Henderson Justice Court or Henderson Municipal Court we can help. 
Depending on the type of moving violation you received, how many citations you received and whether or not your ticket is in warrant, our fees begin at just $25. 
For more information on our traffic ticket services in Henderson, Nevada call us today at (702) 433-2889 or fill out our on-line form

What If I’m Not Sure Which Court Has My Traffic Ticket?
If you aren’t sure which Court has your traffic ticket don’t worry. We can help!
If you have a physical copy of your ticket, you should be able to look at the ticket and find out which Court will be handling the ticket. Usually, the police office marks the Court or identifies the Court handling your ticket right on the citation itself. 
If you don’t have a copy of your ticket, you can call our office at (702) 433-2889 or submit as much information as you can by using our on-line form
If you can tell us where (city and cross streets) you received the ticket, we can check the Courts to see if they have your ticket. 
If you have completely lost your ticket and aren’t sure exactly where you received the ticket, you can call around to a few of the Courts to see if they have your ticket. 
You can also check with the DMV in Nevada and/or law enforcement to see if they can tell you which Court will be handling the ticket. 
How much is my traffic ticket going to cost me?

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In most cases, the cost of your traffic ticket, if you just plead guilty and pay the fine is listed on your traffic citation as your bail amount. This is usually the fee that it would cost you to simply pay the traffic ticket and make it “go away.”

In addition to this fee, the Court that is handling your ticket will also assess you administrative fees. The administrative fees will be in addition to the bail amount listed on your ticket. Again, these will be the fees if you simply pay the ticket.

If you hire a traffic ticket attorney, in some cases, the Court may lower the fees for your ticket or reduce, or even waive, the administrative fees.

For more information about the fees and costs associated with your traffic citation, you can call us at (702) 433-2889 or fill out our on-line form.

Will I be required to do traffic school?

Traffic school may be required depending on the court that is handling your ticket and depending on whether or not you have a history of traffic violations.

Here’s what this means…

In most Municipal Courts, traffic school is not required as long as you have a clean driving record.

However, if you have received multiple traffic infractions over a six month or even one year period, the Municipal Court will probably label you as a repeat offender and require that you complete traffic school.

Justice Courts operate a little different.

Most of the Justice Courts require that you complete traffic school even if you have only received your first ticket.

But there’s good news…sort of.

You can agree to pay a slightly higher fine and buy your way out of traffic school.

The bottom line?

If you have a relatively clean driving record chances are you won’t have to complete traffic school. But you may pay a higher fine to get out of it.

My Traffic Ticket Is In Warrant. Can You Help?

Did you forget about your traffic ticket?

Or . . .

Did you resolve your ticket but you stopped paying the fines because life got in the way?

Or, did you forget to turn in your updated driver’s license and insurance to the Court?

Chances are a traffic warrant has been issued but don’t worry!

Having a traffic warrant issued isn’t uncommon and for traffic ticket lawyers, resolving traffic warrants are pretty routine.

For more information about traffic warrants, keep reading:

How Does Someone End Up With A Traffic Warrant?

When you receive a traffic ticket, you have certain obligations including appearing for your court date.

When you resolve your traffic citation, you may have additional obligations such as paying a fine, providing proof of registration or insurance or a driver’s license, or completing traffic school.

Usually the obligations you have when your ticket is resolved have certain deadlines.


Unfortunately, sometimes, life gets in the way of these obligations and people fail to do the things that are required of them either when they receive the ticket or after their ticket is resolved. If this happens, a traffic warrant may be issued.

Having a traffic warrant issued means that you could be arrested and/or your driver’s license could be suspended.

It is important that if you think you have a traffic warrant issued for you or if you know you are the target of a traffic warrant, you contact an attorney immediately.

What Are the Consequences of A Traffic Warrant?


It is understandable how someone can end up with a traffic warrant.

If you forgot about your court date, if you forgot to pay your fine on time or if you had a scheduling conflict with your court date, it is likely you have a traffic warrant.


Whatever the reason for failing to follow through, the court will issue a traffic related warrant.

Having a traffic warrant issued means that you can be arrested if stopped, you can be prohibited from getting on an airplane, and you will likely have your driver’s license suspended.


You are also likely to face additional fines and penalties.

Hiring a traffic warrant lawyer can help you to resolve the matter, and get your life back on track, sooner rather than later.

What Do I Do If I Receive A Speeding Ticket?

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First, don’t panic.

Lots of people get speeding tickets!

Next, decide whether you want to appear at court or hire a traffic ticket attorney to appear for you.

Whether you appear for your speeding ticket, or you hire a lawyer, you then have to decide whether you want to plead guilty, no contest or not guilty to your speeding ticket.

Depending on how you plead, you may have to pay a fine and/or complete traffic school.

If you hire a lawyer, the lawyer will most likely work out a deal with the prosecutor so that you plead no contest to a lower charge such as illegal parking which is a non-moving violation and carries no points against your driving record.

In some cases, a traffic lawyer may be able to get the fines reduced or get your speeding ticket dismissed altogether.

Whatever you do, don’t ignore your ticket!

The Court will not just forget about it and chances are you could end up with a traffic warrant. .

What Will Happen To My Driving Record If I Receive A Speeding Ticket?

If you plead guilty or no contest to your Las Vegas Speeding Ticket, you may face having “points against your driving record.”

Nevada uses a demerit point system for every traffic ticket conviction.

The more serious the violation the higher the number of points.

If you receive enough demerit points, 12 or more, your driver’s license could be suspended.

Speeding Tickets in Nevada generally follow this point structure:

Speeding over the limit by: 

1 to 10 MPH: 1 point
11 to 20 MPH: 2 points
21 to 30 MPH: 3 points
31 to 40 MPH: 4 points
41 MPH or more: 5 points

Las Vegas Traffic Tickets – Frequently Asked Questions

Why would my driver’s license get suspended and what can I do about it?
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A driver’s license may be suspended for a number of reasons. 

Some of the most common traffic violations that may result in a suspended driver’s license include:

  1. Accumulating too many driving points on your record
  2. DUI/DWI
  3. Failing to pay a traffic ticket
  4. Reckless Driving
  5. Driving without automobile insurance
  6. Outstanding Warrants
  7. Failure to report an accident
  8. Aggressive Driving

Sometimes a driver’s license may be suspended and the driver may not even know this has happened.

Usually, when a driver’s license is suspended it is for a period of six months.

If you are caught driving on a suspended driver’s license the fines may be substantial and can top well over $1,000.If your driver’s license has been suspended you should immediately contact a traffic ticket attorney to help.

What happens if I forgot to pay my traffic ticket?
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First and foremost, it is important not to panic if you forgot to pay your traffic ticket. 
Second, you will need to check and see if your traffic ticket has gone into warrant. 
If the Court has issued a bench warrant for you, it is important to speak with a traffic ticket attorney right away to have your warrant quashed. 
If your ticket has not gone into warrant, but you have missed the deadline to pay, it is imperative that you contact a traffic ticket attorney to handle the ticket, or if you want to take care of the ticket yourself, that you immediately contact the Court issuing the ticket.
Depending on how late you are in paying handling the ticket will depend on how much you will have to pay the Court in late fees, whether or not a warrant will be issued and whether or not your citation will be reported to DMV and/or whether or not the citation will go on your driving record. 
Keep in mind that forgetting to pay a traffic citation is not the end of the world. 
If you forgot to pay your citations, we can help. Call us at (702) 433-2889 or fill out our on-line form for more information.

Will my traffic citation go on my driving record?
Nevada uses a demerit system for traffic citations. 
Depending on the severity of the offense identified on your traffic ticket, will depend on the number of demerits that will go against you on your driving record.  
For example, a reckless driving citation is an 8 point demerit.  
A simple speeding ticket can be 1 to 5 demerit points, depending on your speed. If you receive 12 or more demerits on your driving record in any 12 month period your license can be suspended for a 6 month period.  
For more information about the demerit system, click here.  
If you have the citation dismissed or reduced to a non-moving violation, the traffic ticket should not show up on your driving record.  
In most cases, for first offense traffic tickets or minor traffic infractions, the Court will reduce the citation to a non-moving violation or a parking ticket.  
Non-moving violations are 0 point demerits and will not show up on your driving record

How can I fight my traffic ticket?

When people call us, there are usually two types of traffic ticket callers.

The callers that just want their ticket resolved no matter what and the callers that want to put on the trial of the century because they don’t want to pay their fine or believe they were ticketed unjustly.

No matter the type of caller you are, one thing is universal receiving a traffic ticket sucks.

It’s stressful, financially draining and time consuming.

But…here’s what you need to know if you want to fight your traffic ticket:

What are the advantages of fighting the ticket?

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You have the chance to get your ticket dismissed.

Usually, fighting the ticket is the only chance you will have to get your ticket completely dismissed.

This means the ticket will not show on your driving record, you will pay no fines, and it will be like the ticket happened.

You will get to tell the judge your side. 

As we stated, many people believe they were ticketed unjustly.

Fighting the ticket is the only way a judge will hear your side of the story.

It will then be up to the judge to decide if you were ticketed unjustly or if you have a viable defense for receiving the ticket.

You may get a better deal by fighting the ticket.

There a tons of tickets issued in Las Vegas every day.

Traffic tickets clog up our court system and are a pain for prosecutors.

Some prosecutors may offer you reduced fines, no traffic school or other reductions just short of dismissing the ticket in order to get your ticket over and out of the system.

By fighting the ticket, you may be able to enter into negotiations with the prosecutor that are better than if you just agree to traffic school or pay a fine.

What are the disadvantages of fighting my traffic ticket?

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It is time consuming. 

For those that want to fight their speeding ticket, you should plan on making at least two appearances in Court.

Usually, the first appearance is where you will enter a plea and the second appearance is the trial for your ticket.

You should anticipate spending at least an hour each for these two appearances.

Depending on where you received the ticket, it may take more court appearances and you may spend more time in court.

There are no guarantees.

While fighting the ticket can lead to a complete dismissal, there are no guarantees your fines will be reduced, you wont have to do traffic school or your ticket will be dismissed.

In fact, it is possible that if the judge finds for the prosecutor, you could end up owing more fines and fees for fighting the ticket.

It can be expensive.

Most people don’t have the time, energy or knowledge to fight their traffic ticket.

Hiring an attorney to fight the ticket can be expensive. Most traffic ticket attorneys wont fight a traffic ticket for the standard $25 or $50 fee. Instead, a traffic ticket lawyer may charge hundreds or thousands of dollars to fight your ticket.

Tell me more about Las Vegas Traffic Tickets

Since our office is located in Las Vegas, Nevada and most of our clients receive tickets in Clark County, Nevada, we thought we’d share a little more information about Las Vegas traffic tickets here.

Even if you’ve never received a ticket before, or if you are on your third or fourth ticket, there are still some questions you might have. 

So let’s get right to it. 


Most older people are capable and have a lifetime of valuable driving experiences. 
For these reasons, decisions about a person’s ability to drive should never be based on age alone. However, changes in vision, physical fitness and reflexes may cause safety concerns
People who accurately assess these changes can adjust their driving habits so that they stay safe on the road or choose other kinds of transportation.
There are real risks for older drivers. 
Older adults make up nine percent of the U.S. population but accounted for 13 percent of all traffic fatalities. 
Drivers age 55 and over are involved in more crashes per mile driven compared with drivers 30-54. 
In crashes of equal intensity, those 75 and older are three times more likely to die than a 20-year old and 80 year-olds are four times more likely.
If you are an older driver in Las Vegas, some of the following tips can help you avoid a traffic ticket or an accident:
• Be aware of the physical limitations which come with aging and how they may affect driving such as loss of visual acuity, diminished hearing, changes in physical strength, slower reaction time, and side effects of medication
• Plan your routes and keep to the plan. Avoid heavy traffic and driving at night. Do practice runs for new routes and trips you must make at night.
• Listen to what people tell you who know you best and care about you most.
• Discuss driving with your doctor. He or she can evaluate the interactions and side effects of all the medications you may be taking.
• Refresh your knowledge of safe driving practices and learn about new traffic control and roadway design features through a mature driver class.
• Begin planning for alternative ways of meeting your transportation needs. Learn about transportation options in your community, then try them out to see which options work best for you.


Las Vegas driving can be distracting enough. 

Add children or a pet to your vehicle and driving in Las Vegas can be almost impossible. Nevada law requires drivers to comply with certain provisions when transporting children and pets. 

We offer these reminders of the law in Nevada. If you don’t follow it, chances are you will receive a Las Vegas traffic ticket.

It is against the law to leave a child under the age of 7 in an unattended vehicle if if the conditions present a significant risk to the health and safety of that child unless the child is being supervised by, and within sight of, a person at least 12 years old. 

It is illegal to leave a dog or cat unattended in a vehicle during periods of extreme heat or cold. Law enforcement, firefighters and other officials may use reasonable force to rescue the animal. 

Passengers under 18 may not ride in the back of a pickup or flatbed truck. This does not apply, however, to farming and ranching activity, parades or to camper shells or slide-in campers. 

Remember these basic rules when transporting children or pets and avoid a ticket. The fines associated with these offenses can be costly. 

If you have received a ticket for leaving your children or pets unattended or transporting your children or pets in violation of the law, call us today at (702) 433-2889. We can help. 


We have all seen them around Las Vegas. 

The vanity plates on cars range from ISUMD4U to 2CUTE and everything in between. 

If you are driving a car with license plates, follow these tips to avoid being pulled over and receiving a Las Vegas Traffic Ticket.

Nevada law requires most vehicles to display front and rear license plates at all times, except motorcycles and trailers, which require only a rear plate. You must display both plates if the vehicle is designed for a front plate or if the manufacturer offers an add-on bracket or frame.

If your vehicle was not designed for front plates and the manufacturer did not provide an add-on bracket or other means of displaying the front plate, you do not have to display a front plate. 

If for some reason you are not displaying your front plate, it is your responsibility to store the second plate and surrender or return both plates to the department at the appropriate time.

License plates must at all times be securely fastened to the vehicle so as to prevent the plate from swinging and at a height not less than 12 inches from the ground, measuring from the bottom of such plate, in a place and position to be clearly visible. It must be maintained free from foreign materials and in a condition to be clearly legible.

Registration decals which indicate the month and year of expiration are placed on the upper right-hand corner of the rear plate. Your registration expires on the exact date listed on the slip; it is not valid until the end of the month.

License plate specifications call for plates to be readable from a distance of 100 feet during daylight. At night, plates must be readable from 110 feet and visible from 1,500 feet when lit by standard headlights. 

Rear plates must display a decal with the month and year of expiration.

Nevada license plates are issued to people and businesses, not to vehicles. You may transfer your existing plates to a new vehicle. Plate transfers between individuals require a witnessed statement which can be completed at the DMV at the time of registration.

Plate frames or covers are not prohibited as long as the above requirements are met and the plate is clearly legible.

If you have been cited for a license plate violation, call us at (702) 433-2889. We can help. 

What Are The Benefits Of Hiring A Traffic Ticket Attorney?
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There are many reasons to hire a traffic ticket attorney

First, prosecutors are more likely to negotiate with a lawyer on board.

Most prosecutors will likely reduce the ticket, might reduce the fine and may even dismiss the ticket if you are represented by a traffic ticket lawyer.

Second, if you go alone, you may find that it may take several court appearances to resolve your case and the prosecutors may not be willing to negotiate on the citation.

Third, if you just decide to plead guilty and pay the fine, you could end up with points on your record, increased insurance rates, a suspended driver’s license, and the possibility that traffic citations could be used against you in a civil lawsuit.

Hiring a traffic ticket attorney is usually inexpensive. We charge as little as $25 depending on the violation and Court handling the citation.

Hiring a good traffic ticket attorney usually means you will not have to go to Court.

A good traffic ticket attorney may be able to have your citation reduced so you will not have points on your record or any increase in your insurance rates.

How does the process work when I hire a traffic ticket attorney?
Hiring a traffic ticket lawyer is easy. 

At our office, you can simply fill out our on-line form to submit your traffic ticket or you can call us at (702) 433-2889.

Once we know which court is handling your ticket, the charges, the due date and any fines, we can offer you an immediate quote for our services.


In most cases our services cost as little as $25; however, if your ticket is in warrant, you have multiple offenses or your ticket requires a mandatory court appearance our fees can cost more.

From there, you can retain us by coming into our office which is located at 7375 S. Pecos Rd. Ste 101, Las Vegas, Nevada 89120 or you can call us and we can take a payment by phone or you can use our payment portal to pay us on-line.

Once we are retained, we will negotiate directly with the prosecutor handling your case.

For most minor moving violations, the prosecuting attorney will agree to reduce the citation to a non-moving violation.

In some cases, the prosecutor may agree to dismiss the traffic ticket altogether or lower the fines.

After we have successfully, negotiated the citation with the prosecutor, the Court will make adjustments to your record.

From there we will send you a final letter explaining how we resolved your ticket and any requirements you may have such as paying a fine or completing traffic school.


What If I Don’t Live In Las Vegas Or Nevada? Can I Still Hire You For My Ticket?

We handle tickets for people around the world who came to Las Vegas and other areas of Nevada and received a ticket.

Just because you don’t live in Las Vegas or in another Nevada city doesn’t mean you cant hire an attorney to help with your ticket.

In fact, it is probably best to have a local attorney deal with your ticket than trying to resolve it on your own.

Since our office is located in Las Vegas, many of the tickets we handle are in surrounding jurisdictions such as Las Vegas Municipal Court, Las Vegas Justice Court, Henderson Municipal and Henderson Justice Courts and North Las Vegas Municipal and Justice Courts.

We also help resolve tickets in smaller counties such as Nye County, Mineral County and Lincolsdn County. . . .and, we don’t live there.

So if you have come to Las Vegas or visited another area of Nevada, and you don’t live here, don’t worry.

We can help. 

Why should I hire you to handle my traffic ticket?
At Rosenblum Law Offices, we have been representing folks with traffic tickets for over twenty years. 

Our traffic ticket attorneys have handled thousands of traffic ticket cases.

And…traffic ticket attorneys include a former prosecutor who knows the ins and outs of negotiating traffic tickets for our clients.

We will review your case and advise you as to whether or not you really need to hire a lawyer to represent you.

Believe it or not, there are unscrupulous traffic ticket attorneys out there who will take your money even though your ticket has been automatically reduced by the State.

Our office will not take your money unless we believe we can truly help you.

If you have a received a traffic ticket, call our office today at (702) 433-2889 or fill out our on-line form for more information. Our traffic ticket lawyers can help you for as little as $25.00.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What if I was ticketed by a traffic camera in Nevada?

Nevada does allow citations to be issued based on traffic cameras for things like speeding and running red lights. The process is similar to a regular ticket – you can pay the fine, do traffic school if required, or contest it in court. Hiring a lawyer experienced with camera tickets can help negotiate a better outcome.

My license is from another state. Does a Nevada traffic ticket affect it?

Yes, Nevada will report any convictions to the DMV of the state that issued your license. Points, fines, and suspensions can carry over. An attorney may be able to prevent this by getting the ticket dismissed or reduced.

What if I was ticketed but the officer made a mistake?

Clerical errors by the officer like wrong license number or factual inaccuracies may invalidate the ticket. An attorney can review for mistakes and file a motion to dismiss if any exist.

Can I take traffic school online to avoid points?

You may be able to take Nevada approved traffic school online. This prevents getting points on your license. But it may only be allowed for certain violations and if you have a clean recent driving record.

What if I was ticketed out of state but live in Nevada?

You need to handle it with the state where you got the ticket. But any conviction will transfer to your Nevada license. Hiring a local lawyer may help reduce the impact.

Is it worth fighting a ticket over a small fine?

Even a $50 ticket could lead to increased insurance costs. Points on your license can add up over time as well. Consulting with a lawyer first can help decide if fighting a small fine is worthwhile.

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Traffic Ticket – A notice issued by law enforcement for violating motor vehicle laws and regulations. Requires a payment of a fine, traffic school, or court appearance.

Moving Violation – A traffic offense committed while the vehicle is in motion, such as speeding, running a red light, reckless driving. Points are added to driver’s license.

Non-Moving Violation – Violations unrelated to vehicle operation, such as parking illegally or lacking proof of insurance. No points added to license.

Parking Violation – Minor infractions related to parking, like at expired meter or in handicapped spot without placard. Small fines.

Warrant – Legal document issued by a court authorizing police to arrest someone for not complying with ticket requirements.

Traffic School – Defensive driving course required for certain violations. Prevents points on license. Can be online.

Demerit Points – Points added to driver’s license for moving violations. License suspension at 12+ points in 12 months. More serious = more points.

Fine – Monetary penalty for traffic ticket violation. Amount set by court based on severity of offense.

Court Fees – Administrative court costs added to traffic ticket fines. May be reduced/waived with attorney.

Plea Bargain – Negotiated agreement between prosecutor and defendant to resolve traffic ticket with lesser offense and/or lower fine.

Dismissal – When prosecutor or judge agree to cancel the traffic ticket completely due to lack of evidence, clerical error, other reasons. No fines or points.

Trial – Contested court hearing where judge hears arguments from defense and prosecution before deciding guilt or innocence.

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Additional Resources for You

Here is a reminder of some of our other helpful resources related to criminal defense in Nevada:

If you or a loved one are facing criminal charges, don’t forget to explore the wealth of information available on our website that could help your case:

– For a felony arrest, be sure to read our guides on Criminal Defense Attorneys, Felonies in Nevada, Attorneys Answer Your Questions About Miranda Rights, Firearms Defense Lawyers, Theft Defense Lawyers, Winning Felony Cases in Nevada, Drug Possession Defense Lawyer, and Marijuana Possession Questions? We’ve Got Answers.

– If your child has been arrested, our guides on Juvenile Defense Lawyers and Juvenile Charges: Expert Legal Advice are invaluable resources.

– For solicitation and prostitution charges, see our guide on Charged with Solicitation? We Can Help.

– If you received a traffic ticket, don’t miss our page on Nevada Traffic Tickets.

– For questions about outstanding warrants, read our Warrant Defense Attorneys guide.

– Unsure if you need a lawyer for a misdemeanor? See our guide Do You Need to Hire a Lawyer for Misdemeanor Charges?

– If you have an upcoming arraignment, our page on The Nevada Arraignment – Frequently Asked Questions answers common questions.

– To learn about sealing records in Nevada, read our Definitive Guide to Sealing Criminal Records in Nevada.

– For sex crime charges, see our team of Sex Crime Defense Attorneys.

– If you’ve been charged with shoplifting, our guide on Nevada Shoplifting Laws outlines what you need to know.

Don’t hesitate to explore our website or reach out if you need legal help!

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Offsite Resources You May Find Helpful

Here are some resources that can provide more information and support for those dealing with traffic tickets in Nevada:

  1. Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV): The official website of the Nevada DMV where you can find information about license points, tickets, and safe driving.

  2. Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS): You can find the full text of the state laws regarding traffic violations here.

  3. Nevada Judicial Branch: This site provides information about the state’s courts, including how to pay a traffic ticket online in certain jurisdictions.

  4. Las Vegas Justice Court: If your ticket was issued in Las Vegas, you may need to consult this site for specific procedures.

  5. Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada: This organization provides free legal education and assistance to residents of Southern Nevada.

  6. Avvo: Avvo offers a Q&A forum where you can ask legal questions and get answers from lawyers, as well as a directory of traffic ticket lawyers in Nevada.

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A Special Message from Our Lead Attorney

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Molly Rosenblum, Esq

Thank you for taking the time to read our resources on Nevada Traffic Tickets.

We hope that you found them informative and insightful.
Navigating traffic law can be complex and challenging, but please remember you’re not alone in this journey.

My team and I at The Rosenblum Allen Law Firm are here to assist you in understanding your situation and exploring your legal options.

Don’t let a traffic ticket disrupt your life more than it has to. We’re ready to roll up our sleeves and work on your case immediately.

So, why not call us at (702) 433-2889?

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