Within days, Nevada prison officials could finalize their execution protocol and disclose the lethal injection cocktail planned for the capital punishment of Zane Floyd.
A federal appeals court said Friday the nation’s largest private prison corporation can be held liable for negligence by a man who spent almost a year in solitary confinement at a southern Nevada facility without ever seeing a judge on marijuana-related charges.
The family of a 60-year-old man who was killed by a Pershing County sheriff’s deputy has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in federal court.
The Innocence Center of Nevada, which announced its launch this week, is expected to start examining claims of innocence in criminal cases next month.
At the root of the issue is the state’s consumer protection statutes that limit title loans to 210 days and prohibit a loan to exceed the fair market value of the vehicle.
A former schoolteacher has sued the CEO of a cryptocurrency company that wants to build a smart city in the Nevada desert, accusing him and his wife of sexually harassing her.
The fate of a nationwide eviction ban — set to expire June 30 — is in limbo after a judge overturned the federal protection on Wednesday.
Nevada prison officials have yet to establish how they plan to kill condemned prisoner Zane Floyd.
“It wasn’t his nature that created the Pat McKenna that spent all that time in prison,” said brother Ken, a former Nevada lawyer. “It was the nurture part of his life.”
A gender discrimination lawsuit claims that Nye County District Attorney Chris Arabia and Commissioner Leo Blundo “began a campaign of harassment” against an ex-prosecutor.