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.
The victim shuffled to the witness stand in shackles, forced to testify about the day he was shot in a Las Vegas attack that left two others dead.
The lone surviving victim of a January 2017 shooting must testify in handcuffs this week against a suspect in the double murder case, a judge decided Tuesday.
A Las Vegas man must spend the rest of his life in prison for fatally shooting a 24-year-old liquor store clerk during a robbery, jurors decided Friday.
A lengthy federal racketeering trial against eight Vagos Motorcycle Club members will take a weeklong break before the resumption of closing arguments.
Jurors who convicted a 26-year-old man in the fatal shooting of a liquor store clerk heard evidence Thursday to decide whether he should be sentenced to death.
A jury hears closing arguments this week in a lengthy federal racketeering trial against eight members of the Vagos Motorcycle Club. The case stems from a fatal 2011 shooting inside a Northern Nevada casino.