Las Vegas Court Calendar Information

The Clark County Justice Court, the District court and the North Las Vegas Municipal court all have online access to their Las Vegas Court Calendar with the exception of Juvenile court cases which are not accessible on the web site – you must contact the Court directly. Henderson and Las Vegas Municipal courts require that you contact the court for information on cases and do not have links to Court Calendar information. Certain information is required in order to look up cases on line, for example to find Las Vegas Court Calendar information from The City of North Las Vegas you would need to provide the first and last name or the ticket, case or drivers license number. The Las Vegas Justice court allows you to search by defendant or attorney name, and allows you to narrow the search by court, case type, and department. There is also an option at the end of The Las Vegas Justice court that allows you to check all Justice courts in Clark County. If you have an attorney however they can check Las Vegas Court Calendar for any dates that may apply to your case. It will provide information on the time and location of hearings and the judge assigned to the court. It is important to remember depending on the court, your first appearance may only be to meet with the court’s clerk to schedule your official trial date. Then you must re-appear at a later date for your trial. So the defendant or their attorney needs to monitor the Las Vegas Court Calendar to keep up with trial dates once...
Dealing with Offenses Through the Las Vegas Municipal Court

Dealing with Offenses Through the Las Vegas Municipal Court

The Las Vegas Municipal Court is a division of the Las Vegas court system that handles cases involving traffic, misdemeanors and civil cases. Within this court defendants found guilty or those that plead guilty are afforded an opportunity to better their situations. This can be observed with the many court ordered programs available. Misdemeanors handled in the Las Vegas Municipal Court may result in paying a fine, but often that is not enough. Jail is a possibility, but the court may order the guilty party to perform community service. This takes that misdemeanor and turns it into something that benefits society. It may be just picking up garbage alongside highways or teaching adults how to read. Unfortunately for some people, drug activity is part of everyday life. When it comes to dealing with drug offenses, sometimes those found guilty are sent to jail. In certain cases, rehabilitation and other drug and alcohol programs are necessary. These court ordered programs are an attempt to make the likelihood of returning to a drug filled life less likely. Classes are designed to show users how to avoid triggers and live a normal day to day life. Many offenders avoid jail time by serving their time under house arrest. This is decided within the Las Vegas Municipal Court. With house arrest there is a waterproof device attached to offenders. They are allowed to walk so many feet outside of their set base. It is a punishment that restricts activity. It is not free and costs fall on the guilty party. To qualify, a judge has to make the recommendation and a working land...

Available Services Through the Las Vegas DMV

Anything pertaining to vehicles is accessible at the Las Vegas DMV. This is where drivers go to register a new vehicle. This is where one goes to test for their license. If residents have any questions, there is information available at the website, but callers are welcome. It is a good idea to grab the driver’s license booklet or review it online before visiting any DMV office. New residents have 30 days to get their license and 60 days to register any vehicles coming with them from another state. The current license is made invalid and a paper license is issued until the driver receives the permanent one by mail. The DMV will ask for VIN information on any cars or trucks that have been brought in, so have that available as well as registration from previous state. If a driver is not from the United States or comes from a US territory, the procedure is different. They must take the written and driving tests to become eligible for a license. Teen drivers must be age 16 to receive a license. Those testing their driving skills are allowed to make an appointment. In fact, it is recommended to make an appointment because it shortens the length of time one may wait if they drop in. However, no other driver transaction appointments may be made. Other transactions are handled at the counter or on the Las Vegas DMV website. Some employers require driver history printouts. These are obtainable in office and online. History of traffic violations and accidents from other states follows a driver, so a printout from the Las...

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