Month: April 2016

Nevada Murder Law

Definition The legal definition of murder in Las Vegas, Nevada is “the unlawful killing of a human being with malice aforethought.”  In other words, murder is any premeditated or extremely reckless killing.  There are two types of murder:  First degree and second degree . . .   First-degree murder First-degree murder in Las Vegas, NV, comprises any deliberate act of… Read more →

How bail works in Nevada:

If you are arrested for a crime in Nevada, the police will take you down to the station for booking and an initial court appearance. Afterwards, the police will usually release you if you give the court some money, which is called “posting bail.”    By posting bail in Nevada, you are promising the court that you will show up… Read more →