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In 2015, the Nevada Legislature amended its laws to prohibit any person who is convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence, as defined by federal law, to “own or have in his or her possession or under his or her custody or control any firearm.”  The federal definition of “domestic violence” is expansive: [T]he terms ‘misdemeanor crime…

Nevada’s domestic violence laws were recently amended to include harsh provisions concerning firearms.  Specifically, any person convicted of misdemeanor or felony domestic violence is prohibited from owning, possessing, having custody or control of a firearm.  Significantly, a “firearm” is defined as “any firearm that is loaded or unloaded and operable or inoperable.”  Yes…this means if…

If you have been charged with a domestic violence offense in Nevada, you may be facing time in prison, higher fines, restraining orders, and widespread counseling. A conviction could also impact your ability to see your kids, negatively affect your employment as well as ruin your reputation. Hence, having DV lawyers of Las Vegas for…

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