Too early to tell, don't stress. Hire a good Nevada Criminal Defense Attorney.
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Agreed. This likely depends on the facts of the case and your getting counsel in LV to fight the charges.
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Yes. A lot of things can happen, based on the experience of your privately-hired defense attorney. Hire one. There is no single answer that makes a DV case go away.