Lawyers for the Las Vegas Review-Journal are discussing the agreement with Las Vegas police and prosecutors.
Robert Telles, who is accused of killing Review-Journal reporter Jeff German, has requested evidence he says will show he was the victim of police misconduct.
Former Public Administrator Robert Telles filed paperwork last month to delay his murder trial in the killing of Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German.
In overturning a District Court ruling, justices held that shield law protections did not die with Jeff German when he was murdered in 2022.
Robert Telles, who is representing himself, is currently set to stand trial in November on a murder charge in the killing of Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German.
Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson said prosecutors are prepared to go to trial in November against Robert Telles, accused of killing investigative reporter Jeff German.
Slain Review-Journal reporter Jeff German and Washington Post reporter Lizzie Johnson are the 2023 recipients of the National Press Club’s President’s Award.
The Clark County Citizen Review Board has dismissed a complaint made by former county public administrator Robert Telles against the Metropolitan Police Department.
The Review-Journal objected to a closed-door hearing between prosecutors and Robert Telles to disclose discovery information because it was unclear if the file contained newsgathering materials from slain reporter Jeff German.
Telles, who is accused of killing Review-Journal reporter Jeff German, said Thursday that he was under surveillance in a bribery investigation before he was arrested on a murder charge.
Jeff German was posthumously awarded the prestigious Don Bolles Medal at the national Investigative Reporters and Editors conference in Orlando, Florida.
Robert Telles has been charged with fatally stabbing Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German in September.
Attorneys appeared in court Wednesday for a hearing on a proposed protocol for police and prosecutors to search through the personal devices of slain investigative reporter Jeff German.
The Review-Journal argued in a Monday filing that allowing police and prosecutors to search Jeff German’s phone and computers would damage journalism.
Former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles has filed a complaint to the Clark County Citizen Review Board against the Metropolitan Police Department.