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College Student Crimes

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If you are a student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) or any other college in the Las Vegas, Nevada area it is expected that you will conduct yourself in a certain manner. This includes adhering to local Las Vegas laws, rules, regulations and ordinances. The same goes for state and federal laws. If you violate any laws and are arrested for a crime or misdemeanor you are subject to local penalties and consequences imposed by the state of Nevada. In addition, you may be sanctioned by the university for violating their Student Conduct Policy. Contact our Las Vegas college student criminal defense lawyers for a free consult.

They proudly serve all of Clark County, Nevada including Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Primm, the Las Vegas Strip, Laughlin, Sloan, Paradise, Arden, Pioche, Tonopah, Nelson, Boulder City, Mesquite, Mountains Edge & the University of Las Vegas (UNLV) campus.

Common University of Las Vegas College Campus Crimes

Any type of crime can take place on a college campus. They are usually fueled by drugs or alcohol as when under the influence decision making and judgment are negatively impacted. Typical crimes at UNLV are:

DUI including alcohol induced, drugged driving & DUI checkpoint DUI cases.

Felony crimes including drug trafficking, violent crimes, sex offenses and property crimes.

Violent crimes such as assault, murder, vehicular assault.

Property crimes theft, robbery, burglary and vandalism.

Misdemeanors including underage consumption, drunk in public and disorderly conduct.

Drug crimes such as drug possession (both misdemeanor & felony), drug sales & drug manufacturing. This can include drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, Xanax, Vicodin, opioids, Ambien and more.

Sex offenses including rape, date rape, sexual assault, indecent exposure and offensive touching.

Traffic offenses such as felony DUI, DUI including bodily harm, DUI with property damage, DUI involving death, fleeing the scene, uninsured driving, driving while suspended and reckless driving.

Let Our Las Vegas College Student Criminal Lawyers Help

By virtue of being arrested by the University of Nevada Las Vegas police you may have to face criminal charges as well as face penalties imposed by the UNLV’s Office of Judicial Affairs.    

Being charged, and ultimately convicted of a crime or misdemeanor in Las Vegas can possibly jeopardize your academic future with the university. Once retained our Las Vegas college student criminal defense lawyers can help protect your rights in court. They can also ideally get your charges dismissed or dropped altogether if the circumstances and your criminal history allow for it.

What a UNLV Criminal Defense Lawyer cannot do is help you regarding university administrative hearings unless you have been charged with a felony of some sort.

Call Our Las Vegas College Student Criminal Defense Lawyers

If you have been charged with any type of crime in Las Vegas please call our Las Vegas college student criminal defense lawyers. You may also email them here.

Our UNLV student criminal defense lawyers proudly serve UNLV students whether they are commuter students, out of state students or Nevada resident students. We also serve the surrounding areas such as Henderson, Primm, Mesquite, Sloan, Arden, Nelson, Boulder City, Mountains Edge and North Las Vegas.

University Of Las Vegas Facts & Statistics

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas aka UNLV is an American public research university in the Las Vegas suburb of Paradise, Nevada. Just under 30,000 students are enrolled in UNLV’s undergrad, graduate and doctoral programs. The UNLV campus is more than 330 acres in size. It is just under 2 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. UNLV includes the Shadow Lane Campus, just east of the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, which houses the School of Dental Medicine— the only dental school in Nevada. In addition, UNLV’s law school, the William S. Boyd School of Law, is also the only law school in the Nevada.

UNLV is designated a “research-intensive university” by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration is annually ranked among the top hospitality programs in the United States due to the university’s proximity to the Las Vegas Strip. Many sporting events take place at UNLV’s Thomas & Mack Center. The arena hosted the 2007 NBA All-Star Game, concerts, as well as lectures by Bill Clinton and Mikhail Gorbachev as part of various UNLV-affiliated lecture series