Prosecutors and defense attorneys gave opening statements Monday in the retrial against four Bunkerville standoff defendants.
A North Las Vegas man was sentenced Monday to a minimum of 16 years and a maximum of 45 years in prison after pleading guilty in May to second-degree murder with a deadly weapon in the 2014 shooting death of Roland Pleasant.
Opening statements are scheduled for Monday in the retrial against four Bunkerville standoff defendants who are accused of joining rancher Cliven Bundy’s armed stand against the federal government.
Hundreds of supporters turned out at a Las Vegas event Saturday night supporting the defendants facing trial in the Bunkerville standoff case.
A psychologist accused of killing his wife and staging her death as a suicide can start practicing medicine again in less than four months, the Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners decided Friday.
A Las Vegas man pleaded guilty Friday to charges of robbing a bank with a homemade simulated explosive device, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.
Steve Wolfson, the top prosecutor in Clark County, suggested Thursday that O.J. Simpson should be granted parole from Nevada prison next week.
A Las Vegas man was convicted Thursday of attempted murder for shooting a Metro police officer in the chest.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions made a brief reference to the ongoing Bunkerville standoff trial Wednesday when he offered praise to the lead prosecutor, but he declined to take a side in the case that his Justice Department is prosecuting.
Prosecutors offered to withdraw the death penalty for Benjamin Frazier and agreed to a sentence of 32 years to life in prison for killing a man at the former Drai’s nightclub and shooting two security guards.