Under the new Initial Appearance Court program, defendants who would have waited sometimes four days to see a judge have been appearing in court in as little as 12 hours.
A Las Vegas jury went home for the weekend without reaching verdicts in the federal racketeering trial against a group of Vagos Motorcycle Club members.
A former West Career and Technical Academy student is suing the district and his former teacher over the latter’s inappropriate pursuit of a sexual relationship with him.
A judge has thrown out second-degree murder charges against a man charged with driving drunk and killing two people in Las Vegas.
Christopher Peto, 47, was arrested last month on charges of engaging in sex acts for the past two years with at least two girls in the Laughlin area.
A judge set a 2021 trial date on Wednesday for a man who remains out of custody while facing the death penalty in a Las Vegas double homicide.
A jury in a federal racketeering trial has begun deliberating verdicts on charges that could put eight Vagos Motorcycle Club members away for life.
A Las Vegas mother must serve at least 14 years behind bars in connection with the death of her 3-year-old son, a judge ruled Wednesday.
The federal trial, which began in July, took a weeklong break in early February following four days of closing arguments from attorneys on both sides of the case.
A woman with ties to the death of a 24-year-old Las Vegas model whose body was found encased in cement has pleaded guilty to an accessory to murder charge, court records show.