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Las Vegas has been known as a 24-city and another facet of Las Vegas may soon adhere to this slogan. District Attorney Steve Wolfson has taken on a study to implement a night court for the Las Vegas Strip area offenders. This new legal system hours of operation, if implemented, will serve as a quick and same night service to those offenders who may only require a fine, rather than jail time.  Is this a good or bad idea?  What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!     ( See other readers opinions below.) 

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I think it is a good idea to help the crowded courts to use 24 hour system for small crimes.  H. Wade   St Louis MO

Terrific idea!  Cindy Vetter  Greeley, CO

good idea. It reminds me of the old TV show, Night Court, and I imagine actual cases will be funnier than those portrayed in the sit com.  Shirley Coker  Philadelphia, PA

Excellent idea! I'am sure users would be more than happy to pay a service fee for the convenience.  shirley callahan  la canada,ca





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