Pedestrian Hit and Killed

 A 50-year-old pedestrian died after being struck by a driver facing DUI charges. Las Vegas police arrested 41-year-old Roland Biscailuz, being charged with the fatality. He was booked at the Clark County Detention Center Thursday on recommended charges of hit and run causing injury or death and a DUI for alcohol. The incident occurred about 8:20 p.m. near Flamingo Road and Jones Boulevard. Las Vegas police said Biscailuz was driving a 1997 Infiniti Q45 west on Flamingo when he hit the pedestrian, who was walking outside of a marked crosswalk. Police reported that the victim, Bergstraesser, struck the hood of the Infiniti, was thrown over the roof and landed on the road.He was pronounced dead at University Medical Center. Police said Biscailuz drove away from the scene, then later returned and was arrested. Wednesday’s death was the 89th traffic fatality under the jurisdiction of Las Vegas police this year. If you or someone you know is currently being charged with a Las Vegas Hit and Run  or a Las Vegas DUI , contact the Law Office of Mark Coburn today for a free consultation at 702-382-2000.  With over 15 years of legal experience, we are Southern Nevada’s most trusted, premier Law office. Our expertise is in helping clients with their Traffic Tickets, Warrants, DUI charges, Drug charges, Battery, Petty Larceny, Solicitation for Prostitution charges, and any other ticket needs you...

Nevada ranks #1 for Traffic Tickets

Nevada ranks #1 for Traffic Tickets Las Vegas drivers may want to put the pedal to the metal (the brake metal, that its), in order to avoid unpleasant consequences. According to a recent analysis completed by the National Motorists Association, Nevada ranks number one among the states most likely to issue Traffic Tickets. Georgia, Alabama, Florida and Maryland follow Nevada’s unfavorable lead, according to the association’s rankings. The motorists’ rights group created the rankings after analyzing ticket-related Google search queries. The association plugged in eight variations of “traffic ticket” into the search tool, said John Bowman, communications director for the National Motorists Association. The results showed how popular any given search term was in a particular location. This is the second such list released by the association, which began the rankings to distribute information that states and jurisdictions can’t easily collect and compare. Nevada Highway Patrol Trooper Loy Hixson said the state’s high position doesn’t surprise him given its tourist destinations. “A lot of drivers are ticketed whether they’re local or tourists because we’re [focused on] keeping people safe,” he stated. Hixson also said that Interstate 15 is a major reason for Nevada’s number 1 ranking because of the thoroughfare’s high volume of traffic. Wyoming and Montana stayed near the bottom of this year’s list, according to the report. If you have received a Las Vegas Traffic Ticketsor Las Vegas Speeding Ticket, please contact the Law Office of Mark Coburn today at 702-382-2000 for a free quote and more information on how we can best keep your record clean....

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