Cristopher Martinez took the witness stand Thursday during the death penalty trial of Bryan Clay, who is accused of raping and killing his mother, Ignacia “Yadira” Martinez, 38, and 10-year-old sister, Karla.
A judge threw out murder charges Thursday against a couple accused in the death of their special-needs son.
Ryan Bundy invoked personal freedom and constitutional rights, God and religion, state history and his family’s deep roots in the desert landscape Wednesday as he proclaimed his innocence to a federal jury.
According to complaints filed Wednesday in Clark County District Court, 14 more people are seeking damages from the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Nevada Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Cherry will chair the eight-member committee, tasked by Clark County with screening applicants for the seat vacated by former Justice of the Peace Deborah Lippis.
Twice-convicted murderer Scott Dozier was put on suicide watch last week after he told prison staff he would kill himself if the state did not put him to death.
Opening statements started Tuesday in the trial of Southern Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, two of his sons and an independent militia organizer who prosecutors say lured crowds to an armed standoff with Bureau of Land Management agents.
A judge agreed to release Ryan Bundy, who has been acting as his own attorney while behind bars for nearly two years, to a federal halfway house.
The Nevada Board of Pardons this week cleared a man who was wrongfully convicted of murder.
Aria poker staff plied Czech casino owner Leon Tsoukernik with booze, forcing him to lose $3 million in a high-stakes poker match against an Australian professional, recent court papers filed by Tsoukernik claim.