LAS VEGAS, May 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Las Vegas Defense Group, a criminal defense law firm that defends clients against DUI and other criminal charges, is continuing its work in 2016 with the Nevada Association of Public Safety Officers (NAPSO) to represent Nevada law enforcement officers accused of crimes.
The Las Vegas Defense Group has been the criminal law firm of choice for NAPSO since 2010 and currently represents more than 1,500 Nevada law enforcement officers. NAPSO is the largest affiliation of statewide public safety associations in Nevada.
"Part of our job as criminal defense attorneys is to hold law enforcement to task, so it is notable that the very officers we scrutinize continue to select us to represent them if they should become a defendant in a criminal case," said Michael Becker, lead NAPSO attorney at the Las Vegas Defense Group.
Becker headed the legal team that successfully represented a Nye County sheriff accused of sexual misconduct. In that case, a jury took just 30 minutes before returning with a "not guilty" verdict on all counts.
The Las Vegas Defense Group also successfully represented NAPSO members in a potential federal grand jury proceeding in southern Nevada regarding alleged on-duty misconduct.
The attorneys at the Las Vegas Defense Group defend people against criminal charges ranging from DUI and criminal traffic charges to murder, assault, sex crimes, domestic violence, drug crimes, fraud, theft and juvenile offenses.
The Las Vegas Defense Group is part of the Shouse Law Group with offices in Nevada and California, including Las Vegas, Reno, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Ventura, Riverside, San Diego, Orange County, and the San Francisco Bay area. The Shouse Law Group handles misdemeanor, felony, DUI and juvenile cases throughout Nevada and California.
For more information, visit 702defense.com.
Las Vegas Defense Group, L.L.C.
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SOURCE Las Vegas Defense Group