A 47-year-old Las Vegas man accused of threatening to kill U.S. Rep. Dina Titus was indicted Tuesday, according to the Department of Justice.
The Nevada Court of Appeals and the Nevada Supreme Court have scheduled oral arguments via videoconferencing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Nevada Sentencing Commission on Wednesday twice rejected recommending that Gov. Steve Sisolak move to depopulate the state’s prisons in an effort to stave off the coronavirus’ spread.
A coronavirus outbreak behind prison walls could overwhelm the Nevada Department of Corrections, documents analyzed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal showed.
A group of Nevada defense attorneys joined the call to release certain prisoners in an effort to stave off the spread of coronavirus.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus praised law enforcement for tracking down a Las Vegas man who is accused of threatening to kill her.
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.
“Essential hearings and functions” will happen at the federal building again on Wednesday. The court said that “impacted parties” will be notified about hearings.
A group of international students from a small Reno school has filed a lawsuit against the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association, seeking to invalidate a rule that prevents them from playing varsity high school sports.
The number of eviction cases filed in Las Vegas Justice Court fell sharply last year following reforms to the state’s eviction law.