The Metropolitan Police Department has paid outside counsel more than $75,000 to represent it in a case over investigative reporter Jeff German’s devices.
The murder trial for a former elected official accused of killing Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German is scheduled to begin next month, but attorneys may still push back the case.
Defense attorney Robert Draskovich said was concerned over a lack of police recordings showing investigators early interactions with Robert Telles following reporter Jeff German’s killing.
Robert Telles made the allegation as part of his effort to have judge removed from his case.
Since his arrest in September 2022, Robert Telles has gone through a series of attorneys, including firing his public defender for private attorneys.
Complaints about the former elected county official started while he was a UNLV student. His toxic behavior never stopped – until investigative reporter Jeff German was found murdered.
Hours before investigative reporter Jeff German was killed, Robert Telles was told that Clark County was preparing to release copies of his emails to the Review-Journal.
Police are investigating whether former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles orchestrated a house-flipping scheme where profits were split, sources said.
A judge has granted the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s motion to access copies of all search warrants executed in the investigation into reporter Jeff German’s death.
Grand jury transcripts and evidence were released Tuesday in the murder case against Robert Telles, who is accused of killing Review-Journal reporter Jeff German.
Prosecutors said they do not intend to seek the death penalty in the murder case against former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles.
Robert Telles, former Clark County elected official, hired Ryan Helmick to defend him against charges he killed Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German.
Former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles was indicted on a murder charge Thursday in the killing of investigative reporter Jeff German.
Robert Telles, charged with Jeff German’s murder, has two public defenders despite court rules saying only the indigent can get free counsel. He reported 6 properties and an income of $20k a month.
An order from the Nevada Supreme Court temporarily suspends former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles from practicing law.
Las Vegas police have appealed a judge’s decision to bar officials from searching the personal devices of slain investigative reporter Jeff German.
Clark County is not expecting to appoint murder suspect Robert Telles’ interim replacement before next month’s midterm elections — if at all.
A Las Vegas judge ordered former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles to remain in custody without bail on a murder charge Tuesday.
A court hearing has been set for Tuesday regarding a request by murder suspect Robert Telles for a judge to release him from custody or set a “reasonable bail.”