A signature gatherer for the Green Party was indicted Thursday by a grand jury in Las Vegas on 15 felony counts for allegedly faking signatures on a petition seeking to qualify the minor party for the Nevada ballot.
Measure being drafted for introduction in 2017 legislative session, but if passed must be signed by Gov. Sandoval, a death penalty supporter.
A task force of judges, prosecutors, legislators, youth advocates and juvenile probation officials on Tuesday began considering options to improve Nevada’s juvenile justice system and break a cycle of repeat offenders.
Nevada’s new execution chamber at Ely State Prison is finished, but there is no expectation it will be used anytime soon. The state can no longer obtain the drugs it needs to proceed with an execution.
Nevada has received a $978,000 federal grant to combat and reduce recidivism among inmates convicted of property crimes and drug offenses, the state Department of Corrections announced Wednesday.
Justices asked to overturn lower court ruling that personal emails discussing official business are not public records.
Lawyers for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump advisor Roger Stone and his group “Stop the Steal” agreed in a Nevada federal court on Monday to inform a group of exit poll volunteers about the legal ramifications of voter intimidation.
A criminal justice advisory panel agreed Tuesday to recommend state lawmakers establish a special commission to set statewide sentencing guidelines for criminal offenses.
GOP activist Tony Dane wanted Assemblyman Chris Edwards to be his 13th swing vote needed to install a conservative speaker in the Republican-controlled Assembly in early 2015, according to public records and a voicemail Dane left for Edwards.
In 2008, the Clark County district attorney’s office created a database to assure lawmakers that prosecutors would be upfront about deals made with criminals in exchange for their testimony.