Articles Posted in Nevada

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By Jonathan Reed, Attorney & David Wolf, Attorney

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railroad.bmpA semi tractor trailer smashed through crossing gates and into two double-decker cars of an Amtrak train (The California Zephyr) at a highway crossing in Nevada. When the accident occurred, The California Zephyr was 300 miles east from its destination in Emeryville, California.

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By David Wolf, Attorney

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DrunkDriving.jpgNancy Owens and Vanessa Ramirez were at a birthday party together, where both have admitted to drinking. Ms. Owens reportedly allowed Ms. Lopez to drive her three children home, even though she admitted to police that she was aware Ms. Lopez was “drunk.”

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By David Wolf, Attorney

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Education%20Day%20Care%20Building%20Block%20F.jpgIn Las Vegas, Nevada, police are investigating a day care center that was in operation from 2001 through 2009 called Holly Andrews’ Day Care. This day care center was based in a home and was licensed to care for up to six children. A story published in the Las Vegas Review Journal reported that the owner’s son (Matthew Joseph Andrews) was arrested and charged for sexual assault of a child. The arrest did not involve a victim from the day care center; however, since the arrest, two families have come forward with children with allegations that they were sexually assaulted for molested by Matthew Joseph Andrews when being cared for at this in home day care center.

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By David Wolf, Attorney

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State%20Map%20Nevada.jpgCity officials in Reno, Nevada are recommending changes to the zoning laws to treat digital billboards as standard billboards. These zoning changes would in effect allow more digital billboards to be placed in Reno. Opponents to the zoning changes believe the billboards are a safety hazard. In addition, critics believe that these billboards affect the aesthetics of the City. The Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials concluded that the digital billboards present a road hazard.