Las Vegas defense attorney Alexis Plunkett threatened to have her former boyfriend killed behind bars, prosecutors said in court papers filed Friday urging a judge to revoke her bail.
Judge Stefany Miley, who has served on the bench since 2005, faces one count of battery domestic violence under her maiden name stemming from an incident that occurred Saturday, according to Las Vegas municipal court records.
Scott Dozier tried suicide more than 14 years ago. That’s why the Nevada prisoner, who would rather face execution than live on death row, would not make another effort to die by his own hand, he told the Review-Journal on Friday.
Nine people met Friday’s deadline to apply for a vacancy on the Nevada Court of Appeals.
A Las Vegas street performer, “The Black Batman,” sued The Hershey Co. last month, claiming the chocolate maker used his image without permission at its store on the Strip.
Five men were indicted Thursday in connection with a lucrative sex-trafficking ring operating out of Clark County.
Navy veteran Edward Smith graduated Friday during a Veterans Treatment Court ceremony, the culmination of his participation in the Las Vegas Justice Court program.
An Indian Springs man has been sentenced to one year and one day in prison for breaking into a National Park Service site in Nye County and disturbing the only home for one of the world’s rarest types of fish.
Julius Trotter, 31, was indicted Thursday on two counts of murder, two counts of robbery and one count of burglary in connection with the June 1 killings of 38-year-old Sang Boi Nghia and 30-year-old Khuong Ba Le Nguyen, who were part of a tour group visiting Las Vegas.
The final moments of pregnant 20-year-old Tinesha Antovia Adams’ life played on a video screen in a Las Vegas courtroom on Wednesday.