Longtime criminal defense attorney John Momot, who represented mob figures and even played himself in the movie “Casino,” has died. He was 74.
Fourth-grade students from Hickey Elementary participated in a mock trial and heard a full criminal calendar Friday during a field trip organized by the Eighth Judicial District Court, the school and Project REAL.
Prosecutors say a former Las Vegas casino executive used nearly $400,000 in hotel advertising dollars to promote her romance novel.
David Copperfield has taken his “Lucky #13” illusion around the world, but for one British tourist who traveled to Las Vegas to see the magician, lawyers say the trick ended with injury.
Former Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn has filed a defamation lawsuit against The Associated Press and others for what his attorneys described as “false accusations of rape.”
After a stormy year, the long tenure of Steven Myhre as the No. 2 prosecutor in the Nevada U.S. attorney’s office has ended under secrecy.
A Las Vegas felon whose neo-Nazi tattoos drew international attention pleaded guilty Wednesday to first-degree murder for killing a 75-year-old woman.
A judge accused the Metropolitan Police Department of gamesmanship Tuesday before denying another request to delay the release of 911 calls and body camera footage from the Route 91 Harvest festival massacre.
Prosecutors will not seek capital punishment for a former Las Vegas police officer charged in a woman’s 1997 shooting death.