LV Criminal Defense was founded in 2015 by Nick Wooldridge to serve clients in the Las Vegas area.Â Before founding LV Criminal Defense, Nick Wooldridge has enjoyed a long and distinguished career as a criminal defense attorney in both Nevada and New York. Mr. Wooldridge is a Las Vegas native who obtained his law degree at the University of Nevada- Las Vegas Law School, after first earning is Bachelorâ€™s Degree in Spanish from the University of Nevada Reno. Since becoming licensed in 2004, Mr. Wooldridge has dedicated his career to representing individuals who need someone to help them navigate the legal system.Â In 2006, he began working with Bukh and Associates in New York City, a firm which provides legal representation in some of the nationâ€™s most notorious criminal cases, including cybercrime prosecutions and cases connected with the Boston Marathon bombing. After practicing law for nearly a decade in New York, Mr. Wooldridge made the decision to return to Las Vegas and establish a practice to provide representation for local clients in need of legal assistance. Mr. Wooldridge now represents clients throughout all of Nevada, and offers bilingual legal services in both English and Spanish. Mr. Wooldridge has unparalleled experience he brings with him to his Las Vegas firm.Â He is admitted to the Nevada State Bar, the Federal Bar, and the New York State Bar, and he is a member of myriad professional organizations including both the American Bar Association and the American Association for Justice.Â Â He has also earned a perfect Five Star client rating on Avvo, which he has earned over more than a decade of providing representation to clients in both New York and Las Vegas. Mr. Wooldridge is an experienced litigator who is at home in a courtroom. He is a passionate advocate not just for clients who are accused of criminal acts, but also has a long track record of representing clients who have sustained injuries.Â Wooldridge Law is focused on providing the type of top-notch representation that injured clients or clients facing criminal prosecution both need and deserve.