Gabriel L. Grasso, P.C. Complete Representation
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Gabriel L. Grasso, P.C.


Complete Representation

State Charges

State criminal charges involve violations of state law. Most criminal cases are state prosecutions handled by the County District Attorney, which in some jurisdictions is also known as the State Attorney. State criminal cases are usually initiated by local police departments.

Hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible is essential in protecting your rights. The Fifth Amendment protects your right to remain silent until you have spoken with an attorney. It is in your best interest to comply with a police officer’s orders, but to remain silent if questioned. You should request legal representation before making any statements. It is important to remember that anything you say or write can be used against you in a court of law.

Gabriel L. Grasso been representing persons accused of state crimes for over 20 years and has the expertise needed to aggressively fight for your rights. Mr. Grasso has tried over 115 felony cases in state court and understands the tactics used by state prosecutors and law enforcement. No matter the complexity of your case, trust the experience of Gabriel L. Grasso to use his years of courtroom knowledge to obtain the best possible results in state court.

Gabriel L. Grasso has substantial experience in representing individuals and businesses in state criminal cases including:

  • Homicide
  • Sex Crimes
  • Armed Robbery
  • Kidnapping
  • Drug Possession/Narcotics Trafficking
  • Marijuana Cultivation Offenses
  • Firearms Offenses
  • Arson
  • Vehicular Homicide
  • Illegal Pornography/Computer offenses
  • Gang related offenses
  • Theft/Burglary
  • Domestic Violence Offenses
  • Fraud
  • DUI
  • Gambling Offenses
  • Bad Check/Casino Debts
  • All misdemeanor offenses
  • Arrest Warrants
  • Criminal Record Sealing
  • Probation and Parole Revocations

Federal Charges

Federal criminal charges almost always involve criminal conduct that violates a statute passed by the United States Congress. Federal prosecutors have seemingly endless resources and often rely on investigations by the FBI, DEA, or Secret Service Agents to build a case against you. Federal trials also utilize a grand jury to evaluate the evidence of a trial in order to decide whether or not a defendant should be indicted for committing a crime. For these reasons, hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney is essential in protecting your rights.

Until recently, defendants who were found guilty or pleaded guilty were punished according to the federal sentencing guidelines. These sentencing guidelines took into account several factors to determine the appropriate punishment. Factors included the nature of the offense, the defendant’s criminal record, and the role that the defendant played in the crime. In January 2005, all of this changed when the United States Supreme Court decided the “Booker” decision, which made the federal sentencing guidelines advisory only and gave federal trial judges more leeway in determining the proper sentence in each case. This change in the law has made it even more important to have the right lawyer by your side.

Gabriel L. Grasso has been a skilled federal trial lawyer for over 15 years. Mr. Grasso has great experience as lead counsel in federal jury trials in numerous federal districts around the country. Also, within the area of federal sentencing, Mr. Grasso takes full advantage of the most recent changes in the law and makes them work for you.

The most common types of federal offenses are:

  • Drug Trafficking and Conspiracies
  • Immigration Offenses (Illegal re-entry)
  • Bank Robbery
  • Firearms and Destructive Device Offenses
  • Internet Sex Crimes
  • Terrorism Related Offenses
  • Bank and Mail Fraud
  • Medicare and Healthcare Fraud
  • Perjury and Obstruction of Justice
  • Pre-Indictment Investigations


If you have been convicted of a crime, you have the right to appeal to a higher court. An appeal asks the higher “appeals” court to review the original trial court’s decision in order to have a more favorable outcome for you. To have your trial reviewed, your attorney must present a valid argument that legal errors occurred during the original proceedings. After reviewing the circumstances of your original trial, the appellate court has the opportunity to either agree with what happened during your trial or “overrule” what happened during your trial and either dismiss your case entirely, order a new trail, or order a new sentencing. Gabriel L. Grasso is experienced in pursuing both state and federal appeals and will use his appellate research and brief writing skills to aggressively fight for your rights.

(702) 868-8866
231 South 3rd Street Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89101

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