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Online Court Resources
Resources for the Laughlin Township Justice Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Clark County, Nevada, and resources applicable to all courts in Nevada.
Search court case records
Clark County Justice Court Records
Search Clark County Justice Court records by name or case number.
Dockets, calendars, and other information about court cases
Clark County Justice Court Calendar Search
Search Clark County Justice Court calendars by court, case type, judge or department, case number, name, or date.
Published opinions and orders
Attorney General Legal Opinions
View official Nevada Attorney General opinions from 1914 - present.
Forms and related information
Laughlin Township Justice Court Forms
View and download Laughlin Township Justice Court forms, including Temporary Protective Order.
Nevada Court Forms
View and download Nevada court forms and templates.
Online fine payments
Pay Clark County Justice Court Traffic Fines
Pay Clark County Justice Court Traffic fines online. A service fee applies.
Self help, legal research, general information
Clark County Criminal Record Sealing
An instructional booklet and the forms needed for sealing some types of criminal records are provided by the Clark County District Attorney's Office.
Clark County Law Library
View information on the Clark County Law Library, which is open to the general public for legal research.
Clark County Self-Help Centers
The Clark County Family Law Self-Help Center and Civil Law Resource Center provide legal information and assistance to individuals representing themselves in civil and family matters in Clark County.
Foreclosure Prevention Resources
Resources for preventing foreclosure in Nevada are provided, including local housing counseling agencies, state and local agencies and programs, and a link to legal assistance providers.
Domestic Violence Help by County
Services for victims of domestic violence, including emergency shelter, food and financial assistance, job assistance, legal advocacy and counseling are listed by region and county.
Nevada Law Library
Find information about the Nevada Supreme Court Law Library, including location, hours, an online catalog, and links to self-help resources and forms.
Nevada Legal Brochures
Informational brochures are available from the Nevada State Bar Association on various legal topics. Some brochures are also available in Spanish.
Traffic and Motor Vehicle Information
The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles offers information about traffic laws, motor vehicle laws, driver licenses, and driving history records.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
Clark County Neighborhood Justice Center
View information about Clark County's Neighborhood Justice Center, which is designed to mediate disputes between Clark County residents, businesses, and organizations.
Bar Association - Lawyer Directory
The Nevada Bar Association provides a directory of member attorneys. Search by name, company, bar number, location, practice area, or law school.
Complaints About Attorneys
The State Bar of Nevada offers information about how to file a complaint against a lawyer, an online complaint form, and regional contact information. To resolve a fee dispute with an attorney, an alternative form with instructions is provided.
Complaints About Judges
View information about the complaint process against judges, including forms, answers to frequently asked questions, and the judicial code of conduct.
Directory of Free Legal Resources
Search by county or legal issue to find organizations offering free or reduced-rate legal services.
Lawyer Referral and Information
The State Bar of Nevada offers a telephone lawyer referral service and an online referral request form. Information about the service and links to online legal resources are also available.
Legal Assistance for Low-Income Residents
Search a directory of organizations offering legal assistance for low-income residents of Nevada.
Volunteer Attorneys for Rural Nevadans
Free and low-cost legal assistance is available to residents of rural Nevada. Legal services include advocacy for resident and immigrant victims of domestic violence, family, credit, landlord-tenant, and bankruptcy law matters.