Douglas Haig previously pleaded not guilty to one count of manufacturing ammunition without a license in connection with the sales. A change of plea hearing is expected Tuesday.
The trial of Douglas Haig, the Arizona man accused of illegally selling ammunition to the Route 91 Harvest festival gunman, has been postponed.
Fearing bias, the Arizona man who sold ammunition to the Route 91 Harvest festival gunman now wants to face a jury in Reno instead of Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas jury will decide the fate of the Arizona man who sold ammunition to the Route 91 Harvest festival gunman.
The Arizona man who sold ammunition to the Las Vegas shooter doesn’t want a jury trial. Because of bias concerns, he has asked to be tried by a judge.
The Arizona man who sold ammunition to the Las Vegas mass shooter wants his case thrown out of court.
Federal prosecutors insisted in a recent court filing that any future trial against Douglas Haig needs to mention Stephen Paddock, the man who fatally shot 58 people on the Strip.
MGM Resorts International and thousands of Las Vegas shooting victims have asked a federal judge to pause their litigation while they attempt to settle out of court.
Federal prosecutors are opposing the request by an Arizona man, who sold ammunition to the Las Vegas shooter, to move his case out of Nevada.
An Arizona man who sold bullets to the Oct. 1 gunman was excused from his Las Vegas arraignment Monday, and his lawyer entered a not-guilty plea on his behalf.