A man who sexually assaulted and killed a 7-year-old girl more than two decades ago was back in a Las Vegas courtroom Thursday.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal sued the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on Thursday over the agency’s response to public records requests about sex trafficking cases and prostitution arrests.
The Metropolitan Police Department may not have a record of all officers who responded to the Oct. 1 shooting, the department’s lawyers said at a Tuesday court hearing.
A jury of seven women and two men decided Tuesday that claims against magician David Copperfield were unfounded and that neither Copperfield nor other defendants should be accountable for a 2013 slip and fall.
Defense attorneys for David Copperfield and others wrapped up their closing arguments Friday in a trial over a slip and fall at one of the magician’s shows. Jury deliberations are expected to begin early next week.
A British tourist suing David Copperfield deceived jurors about injuries he suffered while volunteering for a Las Vegas show, defense lawyers said during closing arguments Thursday.
A Las Vegas judge on Thursday scheduled a June hearing for a police officer charged in the controversial death of an unarmed black man last year.
David Copperfield’s “Lucky #13” illusion, in which audience members appeared to vanish from a floating stage, was dangerous in design and execution, a lawyer for a man suing the magician told Las Vegas jurors Wednesday.
A Las Vegas jury has awarded a total of $540,000 to three former Canyon Springs High School students who were attacked during a 2013 event.
A former Las Vegas police explorer must spend at least 25 years in prison for sexually assaulting an underage girl, but a judge said he may remain free while appealing his conviction.