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January 2015

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What Happens If I’m Not Read My Miranda Rights?

By | Criminal Defense, Laws

In 1966, The United States Supreme Court ruled that anything a defendant says upon arrest is only admissible in court if the arresting officer warned the arrestee ahead of time. This declaration became known as the Miranda Warning. What Are the Miranda Rights? The Miranda Rights are specific rights that defendants must be read upon arrest; these rights are as…

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New Nevada Law Aims to Reduce Truancy Rates

By | Laws, Nevada, News

According to the Clark County School District in Nevada, there were more than 120,000 instances of truancy among students during the 2013-2014 school year. Because of the high absenteeism rates in Nevada, the state has approved a new law that will aim to decrease the number of truancies among students. This new law will come into effect on January 1,…

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