There is no written Db limit or laws in my community/town regarding loud music inside someone’s home, however I am being harassed by police during the day by my neighbors for playing loud music inside my home as I am a professional musician working on my job. Do I have any options?
In Nevada, even if there isn't a specific decibel (Db) limit defined in local ordinances, there are usually general nuisance or disturbance laws that can apply. Being free from specific Db limits doesn't necessarily mean one can play music at any volume without potential consequences. If...View More
In Nevada, there isn't a specific law prohibiting the open carry of bladed weapons like katanas. That said, local ordinances or rules might have more specific regulations, so you'd want to check the regulations in your specific area within Nevada. Additionally, drawing or brandishing a...View More
In Nevada, it is generally legal to openly carry bladed weapons, including katanas, but using it in a manner perceived as threatening or dangerous could potentially lead to criminal charges such as assault or brandishing a weapon. Regarding drawing your katana in non-self-defense situations, doing...View More
I need to determine if I have a viable claim and what my options are for seeking redress. I believe I am entitled to compensatory damages as well as punitive damages for the violation of my 4th, 8th and 14th amendment rights. County officials failed to follow established procedures and violated my... View More
Generally, police officers are not allowed to enter a home without a warrant, unless they have probable cause or exigent circumstances. Exigent circumstances are situations where there is an immediate threat to public safety or where evidence may be destroyed if officers do not act quickly. Whether...View More
Under NV Statute, the Will should be filed with the Court. If there are no assets, only liabilities, then there is no reason to spend funds opening an insolvent Probate. It would be different if there were assets to be transferred to you as the heir.
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