Las Vegas Night Club Arrests

Have you been arrested at a night club or gentlemen's club?

Las Vegas night clubs and gentlemen's clubs sponsor incredible parties and events. With free-flowing alcohol and sexy dancers, these parties and events are some of the best times that Las Vegas has to offer. However, these parties are also a place where numerous arrests happen for drug possession and drug trafficking, as well as other drug and alcohol related offenses. Promoters and advertisers for the night clubs and gentlemen's clubs are touting to make it appear that "anything goes" at these events. However, what they don't tell the patron is that security officers sometimes visitors entering these parties to see if they have drugs or weapons. Event security and law enforcement are also known to patrol bathrooms and back rooms to find and arrest people using drugs on the premises. The most popular drugs found at these parties include ecstasy, cocaine, methamphetamine, GHB and heroin.

Unlike some other offenses, there is no "typical" person who is arrested and charged in night club and gentlemen's club cases. In fact, many of the people arrested at these parties and events are successful people with families, careers and reputations to protect. The attorneys at Brown Law Offices are experienced in handling night club and gentlemen's club drug possession and drug trafficking cases and can assist you by providing you with the most aggressive defense strategy possible to protect your legal rights. A Las Vegas drug attorney at Brown Law Offices is also discreet and will handle your case with the utmost confidentiality.

A motion to suppress evidence can be brought in some night club and gentlemen's club cases. A motion to suppress is a request to the court to make a finding that the person's right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure has been violated. The United States and Nevada Constitutions protect people against unreasonable searches and seizures, as well as unreasonable intrusions into privacy by the government. If a motion to suppress is granted, the evidence which resulted from the illegal search or seizure may not be used by the government against that person at trial. In the event that a motion to suppress is granted in a drug possession or drug trafficking case, the case is usually dismissed. The experienced and knowledgeable Las Vegas drug attorney at Brown Law Offices can analyze the facts of your case and determine whether a motion to suppress is appropriate in your case.

How a Las Vegas Defense Attorney Could Help

Many people arrested in night club and gentlemen's club cases live outside Nevada. When the person lives out of state and returning to Nevada would be overly burdensome or disruptive, the charge can often be resolved without the client having to travel back to Las Vegas. The team at the Brown Law Offices can represent you without your appearance in most, if not all, court hearings to resolve your legal matter.

If you or someone you know has been arrested for drug possession, drug trafficking or another offense at a Las Vegas Night Club or Gentleman's Club, it is important that you contact a knowledgeable and experienced attorney right away. Our criminal defense firm can assist you in analyzing the facts of your case, identifying applicable defenses and providing you the most aggressive defense strategy possible to protect your legal rights, while still protecting your privacy and confidentiality.

Contact a Las Vegas drug offense lawyer for a case evaluation today.