Lawyers for former topless cabaret mogul Rick Rizzolo, who has continued to live a life of luxury despite mounting legal troubles and millions owed in restitution, have negotiated a plea agreement with federal prosecutors to settle the Las Vegas businessman’s latest tax evasion charges.
A Clark County School District teacher accused of having sex with a student has been indicted on charges of trying to dissuade a witness, prosecutors said Wednesday.
A jury took less than an hour Wednesday to acquit Robert Kincade of two bank robberies, marking a stinging defeat for federal prosecutors who built their case on the testimony of two jailhouse informants with prior criminal convictions.
A 69-year-old woman whose attempted murder conviction was reversed must undergo a mental health evaluation, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Las Vegas criminal defense attorney Alexis Plunkett often visited one of her clients, an admitted gang member with a history of felony convictions, late at night inside the Clark County Detention Center.
District Judge William Kephart has been accused of violating professional ethics codes by giving an on-camera interview last year about a case that was pending before the Nevada Supreme Court.
Kenny Sanchez, the head coach of Bishop Gorman High School’s state champion football team, was found not guilty of domestic violence on Tuesday by a Las Vegas justice of the peace.
A federal judge has ordered Jan Rouven, the former Strip illusionist awaiting sentencing on child pornography charges, to turn over to the court a portion of the proceeds from the sale of his $1.9 million Centennial Hills house.
The retrial in the first Bunkerville standoff case is scheduled to open with jury selection July 10.
A North Las Vegas man was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison without the possibility of parole for his role in a February 2012 murder.