Attorneys rated 89 judges in this year’s Judicial Performance Evaluation, which marks the 13th time since 1992 that the Las Vegas Review-Journal has sponsored the survey.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2019 Judicial Performance Evaluation asked Clark County attorneys to rate 89 state and local judges. Below you’ll find all of our coverage of the survey’s findings, as well as an interactive database that allows you to explore the complete results, judge by judge.
Explore the database of evaluations for 89 state and local judges.
In the 2019 Judicial Performance Evaluation, Clark County lawyers favored retaining all Nevada Supreme Court justices and all judges on the state’s Court of Appeals.
Clark County attorneys recommend retaining all but two of the 29 District Court judges rated in the Review-Journal’s 2019 Judicial Performance Evaluation.
Attorneys want to do away with six Family Court judges, the most of any court reviewed in the 2019 Judicial Performance Evaluation sponsored by the Review-Journal.
Family Court Judge Sandra Pomrenze was described by attorneys as someone who “is drunk on her own power” and runs a “dictatorial” courtroom.
During a recent campaign event, District Judge David Jones made false statements about lawyers’ anonymous comments about him in the 2019 survey.
North Las Vegas only has one municipal judge. He may be failing, according to results from the Review-Journal’s latest Judicial Performance Evaluation.