Goodman Law Group, P.C. is headed by Attorney Ross C. Goodman, Esq and Oscar B. Goodman, Esq. serving, Of Counsel.
• With over 18 years of successfully defending criminal cases, Ross C. Goodman, Esq. has won Not-Guilty Verdicts and negotiated dismissals in hundreds of cases.
• Ross C. Goodman’s trial skills and tireless commitment to his clients began in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves (Major) where he earned a series of achievement and commendation medals before starting his boutique practice in Las Vegas, Nevada.
• This continued work ethic and courtroom experience with Goodman Law Group, P.C. has earned Ross C. Goodman, Esq. national recognition. As a result, Ross C. Goodman, Esq. has successfully represented other lawyers, doctors and professional athletes in disciplinary hearings recently being called the "Go-To" lawyer for UFC fighters.
• These trial skills have also resulted in Ross C. Goodman, Esq, winning Multi-Million Dollar awards for injured families.
Assault with Deadly Weapon (Category B Felony) (***7476*)
Result: Misdemeanor Carry of Concealed Weapon No Jail
Date: Jun 03, 2015
High level Drug trafficking (10 years to life) (***H001***)
Result: Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Sell (stipulated 1-5 years)
Date: May 26, 2015
High level Drug trafficking (10 years to life) (***8111*)
Result: Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Sell with Probation
Date: May 19, 2015
Possession of Concealed Weapon (M) at McCarron Airport (***0744*)
Date: May 14, 2015
Getting arrested or charged with a crime in Nevada is devastating to you and your family members but is just the first step in a long process consisting of preliminary hearings, motion practice, negotiations of plea agreements, trials, sentencing hearings and the appeals process.
The uncertainty of the criminal justice system creates increased anxiety and emotional and financial stress sometimes causing people to cooperate or plead guilty prematurely because the evidence is "stacked" against you or just to "close" out the case to avoid further anxiety and stress. However, many times what police tell you is "definitive evidence" is not and can be effectively challenged through conducting a thorough investigation, understanding the inconsistencies and weaknesses of witnesses, forensics i.e., fingerprints, ballistics, or blood results etc. and other evidence resulting in a favorable resolution.
View the illustration of how Criminal Justice System works in Nevada in this page:
Learn more about Bail Laws in Nevada.
Learn more about the Custody Setting in Nevada.
Understand more about the Preliminary Hearing Process in Nevada.
Learn more about Nevada Search Warrant laws.
Learn more about Marcum Notice, Grand Jury Proceeding and Return of Indictment in Nevada.
Learn more on how Writ of Habeas Corpus works in Nevada.
Read more about Plea Deal.
Understand more about Self Defense Laws in Nevada.
Read more about Nevada Intoxication Defense.Defense of Entrapment
Read more about the Necessity Defense.
Learn more from the Nevada’s Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision.