Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy wants to fire his lawyer less than a month before he is to stand trial on charges related to a 2014 standoff with the Bureau of Land Management.
A federal agent who had been scrutinized for his handling of rare evidence as well as behavior at the counterculture Burning Man festival is no longer an employee of the Bureau of Land Management, authorities said Friday.
A federal judge has given a blogger until noon Wednesday to delete information he published about the confidential informants who helped law enforcement during last year’s takeover of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon.
A federal judge on Thursday set an October trial date for seven Bunkerville standoff defendants, including rancher Cliven Bundy.
A federal judge sentenced a North Carolina man on Monday to two years on probation for his role in last year’s takeover of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon.
A group of defendants still waiting to face a jury want a judge to release them from federal detention, where they have been held for more than a year.
A Bureau of Land Management agent who has been scrutinized for past behavior took valuable stones held as evidence and handed them out “like candy” to colleagues and a contractor, federal investigators said in a report made public Thursday.
Two men acquitted this week of most charges in the 2014 Bunkerville standoff could be retried as soon as September, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Montana resident Ricky Lovelien and Idaho resident Steven Stewart were acquitted of all 10 counts they faced in the Bunkerville standoff case.
After more than two days of deliberation, jurors are expected to return Monday in the retrial of four gunmen facing federal charges in the 2014 armed standoff in Bunkerville.