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Fighting Criminal Charges in Las Vegas

Contact my Nevada law firm today at (702) 430-7531!

If you've been arrested or are currently dealing with a criminal matter of any kind, you will need to weigh your options in determining whether to involve an attorney, and when. As a former prosecutor who worked for six years as a Deputy District Attorney, I understand how to approach my clients' cases and provide the aggressive criminal defense representation they need. I am a Las Vegas criminal lawyer with more than 10 years in private practice, I have seen firsthand what a difference skilled counsel can make.

Choosing the Right Criminal Attorney

If you were accused of committing a crime, whether you are innocent of the charges or know you have made a mistake, your first step should be to contact an experienced Las Vegas criminal attorney. In order to ensure that your rights are protected and that you have the greatest chance of getting your charges dropped. Having a skilled advocate on your side who understands the law and criminal proceedings could make all the difference in the outcome of your case.

That is just one example of a potential situation wherein criminal defense representation may help a defendant avoid a wrongful conviction.

The following are all ways that an experienced Las Vegas criminal attorney may be able to help you:

  • Challenging physical evidence
  • Skillful examination and cross-examination of witnesses
  • Thoroughly investigating every angle of a criminal case
  • Negotiating with the prosecuting attorney
  • Protecting your rights under the U.S. Constitution every step of the way

Contact my firm today to begin building your aggressive and effective defense!

Get the Results You Deserve

See How We've Helped Other People
  • 2nd DUI Case Dismissed
  • 2nd DUI Charges Reduced
  • Domestic Battery Case Dismissed
  • Domestic Battery Case Dismissed
  • Domestic Battery Reduced Charges
  • Domestic Violence Case Dismissed
  • Domestic Violence Case Dismissed
  • DUI Not Guilty Verdict
  • DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving
  • DUI Reduced to Reckless Driving
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Client Success Stories

We Not Only Care About Your Case, We Care About Your Life
  • “Hiring Chip was the best decision. He has the knowledge and experience to defend the client. He is a great and amazing lawyer with a great team in his office.”

    - Former Client
  • “I just wanted to say how thankful I am for helping me and my family through this whole process! I really appreciate all the updates and general information you have provided for us.”

    - E.M.
  • “5 Stars is not enough to rate Atty. Chip Siegel. My son and I will be forever grateful and truly blessed to have him represent my son through the whole legal process.”

    - Elena
  • “You have done so much for me and my family, I could not imagine what we would do without the help of your staff. Thank you with all my heart.”

    - J.C.
  • “Thank you again for attempting to represent me in a court date that wasn't needed!”

    - Candace
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • WHAT SHOULD I DO AFTER AN ARREST?

    Whether this was your first arrest or you have had previous run-ins with the law, the time following an arrest can be confusing. If you have been arrested, comply with the police officers to the best of your ability. Arguing your case at this point may not be helpful in the long run. You are encouraged to take advantage of your right to remain silent and your right to an attorney. Even if you are completely innocent of all charges, what you say could be twisted and held against you. For this reason, it is best to allow a legal professional to walk with you throughout this process.

  • WHAT PENALTIES COULD I BE FACING?

    The penalties for criminal offenses in Nevada will differ depending on the specific crime. Felony offenses are more serious than misdemeanors and so will carry with it more serious consequences. Misdemeanors can result in up to one year in county jail and a $1,000 fine. A felony could result in time in state prison instead of county jail and higher fines. If you are convicted of a sex crime, you will be placed on the sex offender registry permanently as well as face time behind bars. If you are facing DUI charges, you are also running the risk of losing your driver's license.

  • CAN I CHALLENGE MY DUI?

    One of the most common offenses is DUI If you were accused of drunk driving, you need to be aware that there are multiple ways in which to defend yourself. I am certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to conduct field sobriety tests. If there were any errors in your field sobriety test, I have the training and experience necessary to detect these errors and so challenge the evidence against you. Also, if you were the victim of an illegal search and seizure, this could help in your defense.

What Sets Us Apart?

  • More Than 25 Years Of Dedicated Experience
  • Client Satisfaction Is My #1 Priority
  • Effective Representation & Real Results
  • Reasonable, Aggressive & Reliable Representation
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How We Can Help You

You may have been arrested for drug possession after Las Vegas police found marijuana in your possession or in your vehicle or have been arrested for an alleged domestic violence incident. Although you may assume that you have no options but to accept a plea bargain or may feel that you have no chance of avoiding a conviction, this does not have to be so.

Criminal defense representation by a skilled attorney, such as myself, can help you avoid maximum penalties or possibly a conviction altogether. What if law enforcement did not have grounds to conduct that search and seizure? What if they did not have a search warrant or actually acted in direct violation of your constitutional rights when they searched your vehicle and found the drugs? This may be used in your favor by filing a motion to suppress this evidence from being used against you.

I am on Your Side,
Not on Your Back