Accessing Las Vegas Court Records

Located in downtown Las Vegas, the Clark County court is the largest judicial court serving more than two million citizens with 43 district court judges. The Clark County courts host criminal, civil, probate and family cases. Each year the Clark County courts process more than 90,000 criminal and civil cases. All records of these cases are maintained at the Las Vegas Justice Court Clerk. In addition to civil and criminal records, the clerk schedules daily calendars for the courts. For convenience, attorneys, plaintiffs and defendants can access Las Vegas Court Records Online. By order of the court, there is no Internet access to sealed records. Records are sealed to protect confidential information from the general public. Certain case types such as juvenile abuse, adoption and paternity cases are automatically sealed by statute. In addition, the court may order individual civil, temporary protective orders, domestic or guardianship cases to be sealed. For these circumstances, Las Vegas Court Records Online will not be available. Parties involved, including the plaintiff, defendant or counsel may access sealed cases by submitting a request to the Clerk of the Court. Court records dating from 1990 to the present can be researched online. Records dating from 1909 to 1990 must be submitted in person or mail. Las Vegas Court Records Online include an index of pleadings filed, court dates for the past, present and future hearings, official court minutes, judgement records, compete name search, and parties involved in cases, including attorneys. Online records are not available for family related matters such as divorce filings. Because of the limited availability of Las Vegas Court Records Online, court...

Resolving a Traffic Violation with the Las Vegas Court House

When the rear view mirror lights up with the police officer’s lights, the nervous butterflies start in.  Instantly a person review the past few miles . . . speeding, a missed stop sign, texting?  The most confusing part, though, may not be trying to frantically find the car’s registration and the driver’s license.  It just may be the answer to the question, “What next?” Where to go? What to do? A person does have a few options when it comes to dealing with Traffic Citation Warrants.  To resolve this problem with the Las Vegas Court House one of the following actions must be taken: First, he or she can schedule a court appearance to the Justice Court Traffic Office, in the Las Vegas Court House.  Even before that appearance, he or she will still be required to deposit the full bail amount (including warrant fees) or the warrant will still be in effect until recalled by the judge.  Another way to resolve the traffic warrant is to contact an attorney to complete these actions for you. Or, a person may choose to pay the full bail amount listed on the notice of warrant.  It will not be valid if the complete amount is not paid.  And the warrant will not be taken care of until the full payment is posted and the check or money order has been cleared by the financial institution.  This method of resolution can be done by physically going to the Las Vegas Court House, to the Las Vegas Justice Court Traffic Office (located on the first floor of the Regional Justice Center), or by using the online payment system. The Las Vegas Court House...

Accessing Las Vegas Court Records

Located in downtown Las Vegas, the Clark County court is the largest judicial court serving more than two million citizens with 43 district court judges. The Clark County courts host criminal, civil, probate and family cases. Each year the Clark County courts process more than 90,000 criminal and civil cases. All records of these cases are maintained at the Las Vegas Justice Court Clerk. In addition to civil and criminal records, the clerk schedules daily calendars for the courts. For convenience, attorneys, plaintiffs and defendants can access Las Vegas Court Records Online. By order of the court, there is no Internet access to sealed records. Records are sealed to protect confidential information from the general public. Certain case types such as juvenile abuse, adoption and paternity cases are automatically sealed by statute. In addition, the court may order individual civil, temporary protective orders, domestic or guardianship cases to be sealed. For these circumstances, Las Vegas Court Records Online will not be available. Parties involved, including the plaintiff, defendant or counsel may access sealed cases by submitting a request to the Clerk of the Court. Court records dating from 1990 to the present can be researched online. Records dating from 1909 to 1990 must be submitted in person or mail. Las Vegas Court Records Online include an index of pleadings filed, court dates for the past, present and future hearings, official court minutes, judgement records, compete name search, and parties involved in cases, including attorneys. Online records are not available for family related matters such as divorce filings. Because of the limited availability of Las Vegas Court Records Online, court...

The Importance of Court Dates

Each and every day, people all over the country are notified of a pending court date. While most people understand what a court date is, a lot of people don’t realize the importance of these court dates. It’s sad, because there are real, and potentially serious, consequences when a court date is missed. This is why it’s important that you take your Las Vegas court date seriously.It doesn’t matter what your Las Vegas court date is regarding, you have a responsibility to be there or to have an attorney present for you. Depending on the type of case you have, there are different consequences. For example, if you are the plaintiff filing a small claims case against another party with the intent of recouping money or other damages and fail to show up for the scheduled court date, your case could be dismissed. This means that you forfeit your right to potentially get your money back. However, if you are the defendant in a small claims case and don’t show up for court, you risk the chance of the judge ruling in the plaintiff’s favor – which means you will have to abide by the judge’s ruling without being able to argue your side of the story.If you happen to miss your Las Vegas court date for a traffic ticket, there are even harder consequences you may have to face. For example, your license may be suspended and a warrant may be issued for your arrest. You could also be slapped with a variety of different fines and, depending on your record, you could even face a jail sentence!...

Called into Las Vegas Justice Court? We can Help!

Did you know that you have a better chance of successfully beating a traffic ticket in Las Vegas Justice Court if you have legal representation?  Attorney Mark Coburn has a proven track record of success in beating tickets in traffic court, with over twenty-eight thousand cases resolved successfully.   Mark Coburn’s expertise in all areas of traffic law is your best defense against a speeding ticket, or even a non-moving violation. Coburn can help you resolve your traffic ticket without the bothersome bore of traffic school, and with no pesky points added to your license. If you have been issued a traffic ticket and need to appear in Las Vegas Justice Court, don’t go unprepared!  Appearing in traffic court unprepared can mean added points to your license, which lead to higher insurance rates.  You can even risk license suspension if you appear in court without proper representation. Furthermore, if you are ignoring your traffic ticket, you are risking warrants and even jail time!  In any of these cases, you need the best representation possible to make sure you successfully resolve your case. While some people choose to pay their tickets in Las Vegas Justice Court, they may not be aware that they are admitting guilt and risking points on their license.  Other people chose to represent themselves, a mistake that rarely benefits the defendant.  Representing yourself in court is a surefire way to walk blindly into an unknown situation. The law is complex, time-consuming, and can be favorable to the ticketing officer if you are not intimately familiar with court proceedings. To get the best outcome, you need to have...

Dealing with the North Las Vegas Municipal Court

I recently found myself having to deal with the North Las Vegas Municipal Court. The court has jurisdiction over traffic violations and misdemeanor offences occurring in the city limits of North Las Vegas. While on vacation in Las Vegas I received a traffic ticket and a friend of mine in Vegas recommended I check out lvticketattorney.com. After returning home I went to the website to find out my options. I thought about handling things myself online but I found out from the North Las Vegas Municipal Court that they can not respond via email to requests for information on pending cases. Since I was not in the state and had to work, it was difficult to try to get answers about my case over the phone. Not being in town there was no way I could defend myself.  I didn’t want to run the risk of the issuance of a warrant for my arrest, suspension of my driver’s license, higher insurance premiums, or additional court appearances that would result from not addressing my ticket in a timely manner. Just getting the ticket was a hassle but dealing with it from across the country was doubly stressing. I also found that Most ticket companies in Las Vegas are not law offices and do not follow the formal guidelines to handle tickets properly. I really had to think carefully about choosing an attorney to represent me. After reviewing the website i found that Las Vegas Ticket attorney was a true law office that had experience dealing with the North Las Vegas Municipal Court for traffic tickets and a host of other cases. I was encouraged to hear that in most...
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