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Escaping from the Gunfight, Jack and Jonathan steals Alonso's Impala, when he puts the R gear to get out of the alley, the backup-light doesn't illuminate, and the car plate is "620-673", when he gets to the street, the plate becomes "BCR-5085". And we see this car has bucket-seats not bench-seat when Jack tries to retrieve the light-bar.
Just after Jack visits his ex-wife and borrows money he and Mardukas stop at a phone booth to call Marscone's Bail Bonds. We see Gerry sat at his desk just about to light a cigarette when the phone rings, he slams his lighter and cigarette down in annoyance and answers the call. Cut to jack in the booth asking for Eddie, cut back to Gerry, now holding a lit cigarette; there was no time possible for him to do this.
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Errors in geography
While on the plane to Las Vegas, Mosley is told over the phone that Serrano is "heading north on Las Vegas Blvd, 2 minutes from the airport." The next scene shows Serrano's limo passing the old Stardust Hotel and Casino, to the right of the car. This means the limo was heading south on Las Vegas Blvd. Furthermore, if they were taking the route down the Strip, the Stardust was approximately 5 miles from McCarran Airport, meaning Serrano was further than 2 minutes away.
When Jack "taps" the line of Mrs. Nelson to record the touch tones for the Duke's phone number using a scanner, this would only work if Mrs. Nelson was using a cordless phone (not a certainty) and even if she was using one, Jack would need to either know her phone frequency in advance or make sure the scanner locked onto her phone frequency and not another phone in the area when she made the call to the Duke. While not impossible, a lot of things would have to improbably fall into place for the phone tap to go as smoothly as it was portrayed in the film.
When Dorfler is being released after questioning prior to the desert chase, the desk officer tells him he'll need to go to Flagstaff if he wants his cigarettes back. There is no reason a law officer would tell a civilian, let alone one who was questioned, the itinerary and whereabouts of an FBI agent pursuing fugitives.
At 1:05:42 Walsh cons Dorfler into thinking he has thrown away the handcuff key after handcuffing himself to Mardukas. Dorfler is portrayed as not very bright, but as a bounty hunter a) he should have recognized no handcuff key was on the ring, and b) should have had his own key, as Dorfler had cuffed Carmine to a pipe at 30:18, and managed to cuff Mardukas to the sink at 1:44:26.