Joel M. Mann
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Joel M. Mann

601 S 7th St
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Phone: 702-474-6266

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About Joel M. Mann

Joel Mann is committed to his clients and works tirelessly on their behalf, no matter how challenging the situation. His goal is to be a diligent advocate for this facing overwhelming difficulties, who can always be counted on to fight for his clients. He firmly believes in keeping the lines of communication to his clients open and in helping each client to understand the process they are experiencing. By treating the client-attorney relationship as a partnership, clients can rest assured that they are getting the best representation possible. Facing a criminal charge is always a stressful experience, and Joel Mann strives to minimize this anxiety through constant communication and clear explanations of every decision or step of the way. Joel Mann earned his J.D. from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and was admitted to practice law in Nevada in 2002. During law school, he completed internships for Nevada District Court Judge Michael Cherry, the United States Attorney’s office, and a well-respected local criminal defense firm. He also was part of the moot court team and the Juvenile Justice Legal Clinic at the Boyd School of Law, as well as gaining hands-on experience as a law clerk in the Clark County District Attorney’s office. All these experiences helped shape Joel Mann’s interest and career in criminal law. In 2006, Joel opened up his own practice as a Las Vegas criminal defense attorney, Law Office of Joel M. Mann. He has dedicated his practice to diligent service of those facing a range of criminal charges, from misdemeanors to felonies. He has a particular focus on handling cases involving DUI, gambling related cases such as casino debts, and many other offenses commonly faced in Las Vegas by both tourists and locals alike.

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