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Civil rights, as we know them today, were not initially a part of the United States Constitution. It took centuries of hard work before the United States guaranteed certain rights and liberties to all of its inhabitants.  Civil rights attorneys played a significant role in American history, fighting to ensure the inherent rights of all Americans. Civil…

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Cyber Crime

Cybercrimes On The Rise During Covid-19 Lockdown Period

COVID-19 has been nothing short of a disaster for much of the world. Just when you think dealing with the complications of a deadly disease is enough, another sinister enemy appears, “cybercriminals.” During the worldwide lockdowns, much of the world has turned to the internet for work, shopping, leisure, and more. Unfortunately, so have the scammers.   …

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Eviction Notices in Nevada

Extended Moratorium on Evictions in Nevada

On December 14, 2020, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed and issued Emergency Directive 036 which implements a moratorium on residential evictions in Nevada through March 31, 2021.  This moratorium applied to tenants unable to pay rent due to circumstances related to COVID-19, but does not prohibit certain evictions, including, for example, “evictions based on breaches of a…

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Domestic Violence

The Links Between Domestic Violence Cases and COVID-19

Social distancing and lockdowns are necessary to help control the impact of coronavirus. However, an unanticipated consequence of these measures is their impact on domestic abuse victims in the U.S. and worldwide. Data suggests that isolation is one of the primary tactics used by abusers to isolate victims from their family, friends, and support networks. Since coronavirus…

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Your Vote Matters

Why Your Vote Matters in 2020

Thomas Jefferson once said, “We do not have government by the majority. We have government by the majority who participate.” That statement couldn’t be more accurate during this election cycle. Voting is the fuel that powers our democracy. Without it, the United States would be no different than the dictatorships, monarchies, and oligarchies of the past and…

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