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Constitutional Law Advocacy Lawyer in Las Vegas, NV

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Law Offices of Gary A. Modafferi

815 South Casino Center Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89101-6718702-706-1173
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Constitutional Law Advocacy Overview

High-profile criminal cases require the skill and expertise of an experienced defense attorney. Given the level of complexity of these issues, it is important you choose your attorney wisely.

At the Law Offices of Gary A. Modafferi, you work with an attorney who has handled it all. Over the past 20 years, he has been helping individuals who are facing serious criminal offenses. He is an experienced appellate lawyer and has taken multiple appeals before the Nevada Supreme Court challenging the constitutionality of Nevada's lifetime supervision statute.

As a former prosecutor, he knows how the other side is thinking and what their plan of attack is likely to be. Knowing how the prosecution will prepare the case helps him in developing a strong and effective legal defense.

Criminal Constitutional Law

Mr. Modafferi welcomes consultation on any and all Fourth Amendment issues, including:

  • Death penalty defense
  • Medical marijuana
  • Lifetime supervision
  • Search and seizure issues
  • Criminal appeals

Our team is well-versed in Nevada search and seizure laws, and has particular experience advocating for individuals facing legal issues involving violation of constitutional rights. If you value straightforward advice, direct responses and aggressive representation, choose to be represented by the Law Offices of Gary A. Modafferi.

Areas of Practice

  • Medical Marijuana
  • Drug Violations
  • Drugs & Medical Devices

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