Specializing in Nevada Criminal
Law and the Protection of Your
Las Vegas - Henderson - Pahrump - Boulder City
The Cleary Law firm
Good people sometimes, unfortunately, find themselves in trouble with the law or get accused of things they did not do ...
A criminal defense attorney can assist in understanding the charges and the legal process, preparing a defense, and fighting those charges in court. What happens in Vegas will not stay in Vegas if it involves a permanent criminal record. If you you are employed in the service industry, that criminal record can adversely effect your ability to work. If you are arrested and charged with a crime in Las Vegas or anywhere in the surrounding area, you may feel that you are out of options. If you have been charged with a crime, we work hard to make sure that you receive due process, that your constitutional rights are fully protected and that you get the most reliable legal representation possible. The Cleary Law Firm will represent your rights and help make sure that your record stays clean or is cleaned up through the sealing of your records as soon as the law allows.
in problem solving
Bad Checks & Casino Markers
Have you bounced a check or casino marker and now face criminal prosecution?...
Theft crimes can cover everything from shoplifting to embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars, and obviously, the penalties...
America, and more specifically the State of Nevada, is fighting a war on drugs and incarcerating everyone in its path...
A DUI arrest is a frightening and daunting experience. You, like many of our clients, may never have been involved with the law before...
- Nevada Revised Statutes
- 9th Circuit
- United States Code
- United States District Court District of Nevada
- 8th Judicial District Court, District of Nevada
- Las Vegas Justice Court
- Henderson Justice Court
- North Las Vegas Justice Court
- Las Vegas Municipal Court
- North Las Vegas Municipal Court
- Henderson Municipal Court
- Clark County Detention Center
- Nevada State Prison
- Bail Bond Offices
- United States Sentencing Guidelines