A judicial selection committee will review and recommend which applicant should serve on the bench in Las Vegas Justice Court until January 2019. Clark County commissioners will make the appointment.
Elko District Judge Al Kacin recused himself because he was working at the courthouse the day police say the suspect called in the bomb threat in June and didn’t think he could be fair and impartial.
Condemned killer Scott Dozier, urging his own execution, was back in front of a judge on Tuesday for the first time since he was supposed to die.
A Las Vegas man was sentenced life in prison Tuesday for the April 2012 beating deaths of a mother and her young daughter. Prosecutors wanted capital punishment.
A judge ordered four more Bunkerville standoff defendants freed from federal detention on Monday, less than a week after rancher Cliven Bundy rejected the conditions of his own release.
Bryan Clay, convicted of raping and murdering a mother and her young daughter in 2012, took the witness stand Monday morning with a statement, ready to ask jurors to spare his life.
This week’s long-awaited U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments on Christie v. the NCAA that could influence whether sports wagering will be legalized nationwide could also play a role in another issue at the forefront of the gaming industry — the presence of marijuana in casino resorts.
As the tears dripped down her face, the mother of a convicted murderer looked toward jurors Friday and begged them to spare her son’s.
A Florida man pleaded guilty Friday in Las Vegas to mail and wire fraud charges for leading a time-share scheme to defraud more than 1,000 people out of more than $3 million.
Brian Christopher Fisher, 43, had hundreds of images of child pornography in his possession.