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Law Firm OverviewBrown Law Offices is a Federal and State criminal defense firm located in Las Vegas, Nevada and serving clients throughout the region. Practice areas include DUI/DWI, firearm charges, gang related offenses, internet crimes, juvenile crimes, drug crimes, domestic violence, sex crimes, theft/burglary, violent crimes, probation violations, white collar crimes such as fraud, and expungement.
Co-founding attorneys Philip Brown and Mary Brown are licensed to practice in both state and federal courts including the State Bar of Nevada and the U.S. District Court-District of Nevada. They are both former Chief Deputy District Attorneys for the Clark County District Attorney’s Office, giving them valuable knowledge and in-depth familiarity with the local court system. They have presented numerous cases to grand juries and conducted preliminary hearings, jury and bench trials, sentencing hearings, and probation revocations.
The legal team is committed to protecting clients’ rights and developing aggressive defense strategies designed to pursue the most favorable outcomes.
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Additional Areas of Law: Aiding & Abetting; Casino Marker Default; Child Neglect; Conspiracy; Gang Related Offenses; Internet Crimes; Probation Violation; Search & Seizure / Motion to Suppress; Violent Crimes; Warrants; Graffiti and Vandalism; Pandering; Armed Robbery; Kidnapping; Habitual Criminal Cases; Hate Crimes; Carjacking; Larceny; Possession of Stolen Property; Investment Schemes; Scams; Securities Fraud; Mail Fraud; Bank Fraud; Insider Trading; Forgery; Industrial Espionage; Copyright Infringement; Mortgage Fraud; Mass Marketing Fraud; Bankruptcy Fraud; Corporate Fraud; Health Care Fraud; Hedge Fund Fraud; Medicare Fraud; Price-fixing; Work-at-home Scams.
Mr. Philip H. Brown
Criminal Law, Personal Injury
- State Bar of Nevada
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Stalking charges tend to be common in Las Vegas, a city full of all-night parties and heightened senses. A person may be accused of stalking if they make another person fear for their safety, regardless of whether it is intentional or unintentional. Studies show that as many as 1 in 30 women will be victims of stalking at some point in their life, and those accused of stalking will face serious penalties.Read Article