The opponent of Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson on Thursday called for him to release bank statements that show a nearly $42,000 campaign theft by his close aide.
Copperfield’s court-ordered revelation of his “Lucky #13” illusion came in a civil trial over an audience member’s slip and fall during a Las Vegas show in 2013.
Controversial Las Vegas lawyer Jacob Hafter, who was suspended by the Nevada Supreme Court in November, died Tuesday at the age of 42.
A former male manicurist at Wynn Las Vegas has filed a lawsuit against the Strip resort alleging gender discrimination, a court document shows.
Las Vegas Justice Court will continue its yearslong practice of dedicating two judges to hear only criminal cases related to domestic violence.
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.”