If high-profile Las Vegas attorney Bret Whipple does not successfully complete the probation, his license could be suspended for a year, according to a new ruling.
A Connecticut police officer charged in a Las Vegas DUI crash that left a fellow officer dead remained jailed Tuesday despite posting $100,000 bail.
Samuel Howard, 73, sentenced in 1983 for fatally shooting a Las Vegas dentist while robbing him, should be granted a new penalty hearing, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled.
Two women who claim they were forced into sex trafficking have filed a lawsuit against Nevada officials and others over the state’s lax prostitution laws.
Tristan Tidwell, 35, was arrested last week in the shooting deaths of three men in less than two hours in North Las Vegas.
Ethan Goin, who was not present in court Thursday due to a COVID-19 quarantine, is accused of stabbing a man in the neck on Aug. 27 at the man’s Summerlin home.
Cheryl Beardall, 34, was last seen alive in July 2020, but her body has never been found.
The courtroom was packed on Thursday when three people charged in connection with the killing of 27-year-old Roy Jaggers made their first court appearance.
The man was never charged with a crime, yet the government held on to his cash for months. Advocates say his case illustrates a broken civil asset forfeiture system.
A tentative deal with prosecutors will allow a former Topgolf Las Vegas sous chef accused in a series of sexual assaults to fend off a life sentence.