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What Happens in Vegas  Doesn't Always Stay In Vegas

Criminal Defense Representation in Las Vegas

What Happens in Vegas Doesn’t Always Stay in Vegas

If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, turn to the trusted legal professionals at the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Frizzell, III today. Backed by more than 25 years of in-depth legal experience, our Las Vegas defense attorney is deeply familiar with all aspects of Nevada criminal law. We can effectively navigate you through the criminal process as we help you make well-informed decisions every step of the way.

Whether you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI), a drug crime, a felony offense, or anything similar, we can handle it. Our firm has a lengthy track record of success in this area of law, and we know what it takes to win.


Call the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Frizzell, III today at (702) 979-7772 or contact us online to to schedule a free consultation.


What happens if you are accused of a crime in Las Vegas?

If you have been accused of a crime, you will have to appear in court. The accused, known as the defendant, and their attorney, will need to present a strategic argument that attempts to challenge the validity and sufficiency of the prosecution’s evidence. This is not the same as ending up in Las Vegas traffic court, as that is considered a criminal charge.

Common Defense Strategies

The type of defense that you and your attorney choose to pursue will depend, in part, on the crime you are being accused of committing, as well as the evidence available to you. There are numerous types of defense strategies, including:

  • Affirmative defense: An attempt to strike down the prosecution’s evidence by showing that it is false.
  • Insanity defense: The defense states that you committed the alleged crime but had not known that what you did was wrong. To successfully use this defense, you must have had a severe mental disease or defect at the time the crime was committed. Clear and convincing evidence that you have, or had, such a mental issue resulted in your misunderstanding that your actions were wrong.
  • Coercion and duress: A defense that says you were forced to commit a crime because you were threatened with unlawful force. This unlawful force can merely the threat of unlawful force. The force, or threat of force, does not even have to be threatened against the individual accused of the crime. Rather, it could have been used against, or threatened against, another individual, such as a family member. This defense cannot be invoked if your reckless actions put you in the situation that caused duress.
  • Abandonment and withdrawal: Also referred to as renunciation, this defense states that you were going to commit a crime or be an accomplice to a crime but then decided to abandon any involvement. In addition, your actions prior to withdrawing from the crime must not have in any way contributed to the crime, or you must have notified the police in advanced of the crime.

We truly care about our clients’ well-being, which is why you can rely on us to strongly protect your rights and best interests. Our attorney is committed to getting the charges against you reduced or dismissed completely.

No Case Is Too Big or Too Small

As a boutique law firm, the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Frizzell, III is able to give each of our clients 100 percent of our time, attention, and effort. Other, bigger law offices often pass cases off to inexperienced lawyers, paralegals, and even legal assistants. When you work with our firm, you work one on one with our experienced lawyer. We can use our in-depth knowledge and extensive skill set to create a personalized defense strategy for you. As your representative, we will work relentlessly to help you avoid the far-reaching and long-lasting consequences that come with a conviction.

Depending on the charges against you, you could face the following consequences upon conviction:

  • Probation
  • Exorbitant fines
  • Years in jail or prison
  • Mandatory registration as a sex offender
  • Lost employment, education, housing, and other opportunities

If you want to learn more about your situation and how we can help you resolve it, call the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Frizzell, III today. We can discuss all your options with you, as well as the potential short-term and long-term effects of your choices.

Once you retain our Las Vegas criminal defense attorney, our legal team can start creating a strong case strategy for you immediately. We also speak Spanish for your convenience.


Facing criminal charges in Las Vegas? Contact the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Frizzell, III today at (702) 979-7772 to schedule your FREE consultation.


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