What our Clients Say About Us

What our Clients Say About Us

At The Las Vegas Ticket Attorney Law Office, we’re proud of our hard work and customer service. We’d like to share with you what one of our clients recently posted on a social media outlet, as well as sent to our website. Thank you, Kate, for your feedback! * So grateful to the Las Vegas Ticket Attorney office. My boyfriend had two moving violations from when we were visiting Las Vegas last spring and one of them had gone into warrant. Mark, Jenny, and Stephanie all helped us through the process. They were so on top of everything every step of the way. We really appreciate the follow-up phone calls during the times we requested. My boyfriend was nervous about trusting a Vegas Law Office way from out in NYC where we live, but it all came together without any blips. Thanks guys!! Kate M. * To read more client reviews, click...
Ex-Quarterback Donovan McNabb Arrested for DUI

Ex-Quarterback Donovan McNabb Arrested for DUI

In Gilbert, a suburb of Phoenix Arizona, former NFL quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, Donovan McNabb, was arrested on suspicion of a DUI. On the evening of June 28th, McNabb was involved in a collision, after which he was arrested and cited with the charge. This is not his first DUI citation. McNabb stayed overnight in jail last year after pleading guilty to a DUI case. Are you facing intimidating Criminal DUI Charges? Don’t delay. Hire an experienced Attorney to protect your freedom. We offer a Free Consultation and will fight aggressively on your behalf. Call us today at (702)...

Seattle Seahawks former tight end Stevens serves a Month in Jail for DUI

Stevens was stopped last January in Manhattan Beach, California, after he was found driving the U.S. women’s soccer team van (his wife is goalie Hope Solo) with the lights off. After his recent sentencing, Stevens began serving his time. 35-year-old Stevens had pleaded no contest to DUI charges. His blood alcohol content was over twice the legal limit. Solo had been riding in the front seat of the van and allegedly been combative with officers after they were pulled over. This is not the first DUI conviction for Stevens. He served a previous month in jail in 2007 after being pulled over there. He will now be required to enter a two-year alcohol program and be placed on probation for four years. Are you facing intimidating DUI charges? Contact our Law Office today at 702 382-2000 for a Free Consultation. We can help, in most cases, have your charges drastically reduced, keep you out of jail, and save you time, stress, and embarrassment to your family. Call today....

Las Vegas DUI Checkpoints

This past Thanksgiving Holiday, seven drivers were arrested in Las Vegas for Driving Under the Influence. This was just the beginning of a Holiday-season crusade to cut back on drunk driving accidents in the Las Vegas Valley. Metro has long been devoted to curbing alcohol-related crashes, and since these crashes tend to spike around holidays such as Christmas, New Years, Halloween, and Thanksgiving, Metro will be setting up checkpoints accordingly, in order to prevent as many fatalities as possible. Checkpoints are typically set up from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. This past Thanksgiving, nearly 2,000 vehicles passed through one such checkpoint at D.I. near Valley View. A total of 28 drivers were stopped, and seven were arrested. 18 Traffic Citations were issued. The exact locations of upcoming DUI Checkpoints in Las Vegas is not announced to the public, but under all circumstances, it is in drivers’ best interest to drive sober, fully awake, and within the posted speed limits. According to AAA, designated driver services in Clark County can be found at www.bemydd.com and www.designateddriversinc.com. Prices vary. If you or someone you know has been charged with a DUI in Las Vegas, it is important to contact an experienced Law Office to begin helping you build a case in your defense. Unless you’re willing to accept maximum penalties, it is advisable to contact a Lawyer A.S.A.P. At the Law Office of Mark Coburn, we offer a free consultation, so give us a call at (702) 382-2000...

Former Henderson Police Officer Driving Wrong Way on the 95

Former Henderson Police Officer Driving Wrong Way on the 95 While off duty, 31-year old former Henderson Police Officer, Joseph Lawrance, led Highway Patrol officers on a speedy chase recently when he was seen driving the wrong way on U.S. Highway 95 near Durango. As officers chased Lawrance attempting to pull him over, Lawrance also drove the wrong way on additional surfact streets, as well as blew through a red light, according to prosecutors. Results of the blood test taken by Lawrance revealed that his blood alcohol level was 0.185 percent, which is over twice the legal limit to drive. Lawrance pleaded no contest to a DUI, though according to his attorney, Josh Tomscheck, he does play to plead guilty to the felony charge of eluding police. In the meantime, Lawrance has been ordered not to drink and must wear a device that monitors whether or not he uses alcohol. Lawrance must additionally undergo at least one year of alcohol treatment supervised by Las Vegas courts. If he completes the program, he will be allowed to withdraw his plea to the felony, having it reduced to a misdemeanor. Also to note: highway troopers found a loaded gun and hundreds of prescription pills inside Lawrance’s Toyota, along with a bottle of opened whiskey. The Las Vegas Review Journal Reports that Lawrance “believes he has a problem with alcohol, and I believe that’s the only explanation for what happened in this case,” Tomsheck said. “There’s no other way to describe this than an aberration.” Do you have a DUI charge in Las Vegas or Henderson? At the Ticket Attorney Law Office,...

Avoid DUI in Las Vegas on Halloween

Avoid DUI in Las Vegas on Halloween Nothing will ruin a holiday faster than a messy traffic accident. Particularly if you cause harm and suffering to yourself, innocent strangers, your friends and family, or anyone else involved. Las Vegas Metro urges you to make responsible decisions this Halloween holiday, and please, do not get behind the wheel if you have been drinking. From Sunday October 20th through November 3rd, Henderson officers will be combining their efforts with adjacent jurisdictions in order to look for impaired drivers. Henderson Police Chief Patrick Moers is reported to have stated, “Halloween is one of the business times of the year for child and adult pedestrians to be walking through neighborhoods… We ask [motorists] to stay sober and alert, so that everyone can enjoy the holiday safely.” Metro is urging anyone who suspects another individual of driving impaired to immediately call 911 and give a vehicle description, location and travel direction of vehicle, and if at all possible—safely report the license plate number. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that approximately 44% of all highway fatalities in the nation on Halloween weekend involve a drunk driver/motorcycle rider. These numbers are staggering and can be lowered drastically by playing it safe rather than sorry. At Ticket Attorney Law Office, we fight hard to plea your Las Vegas DUI down to a lesser charge, so you do not have to face extreme consequences such as high fees and fines, community service, or even jail time. It is not advisable that you attempt to deal with your drunk driving charge in Las Vegas on your own....

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