Peremptory challenges are used in civil and family court cases when a litigant wants a case to be randomly assigned to a different judge.
Robert Barconia Jr., 32, was killed on Feb. 28, 2022, while picking up his girlfriend from work.
An adult film actor has pleaded guilty to disobeying police officers after he stole a cab on the Strip last year and led police on a pursuit toward Logandale.
Robert Farabee III and his co-defendant Landon Richards initially appeared in Family Court, but they were certified as adults on the murder charges.
A prosecutor said Thursday that Collins had agreed to plead guilty to a felony charge of reckless driving and a misdemeanor charge of vehicular manslaughter.
Prosecutors have dropped charges against a man who spent decades in prison after he was convicted of acting as a getaway driver in a bank robbery that ended in a FBI agent’s death.
A Las Vegas judge scheduled a sentencing hearing for a woman who has been arrested on suspicion of DUI seven times in Clark County.
Edwin Ramos-Figueroa was shot in the back on April 5 on the 2600 block of Donna Street, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.
Robert Telles has been charged with fatally stabbing Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German in September.
A Las Vegas judge on Wednesday sentenced a man to between 16 and 40 years in prison for a fatal DUI crash last year that killed two bicyclists near UNLV.
Former Raiders player Damon Arnette filed a petition asking a judge to dismiss charges he faces in connection with a confrontation with valet employees outside the Park MGM last year.
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.
A Las Vegas judge sentenced a 43-year-old woman to at least eight years in prison for her role in the 2019 killing of a model whose body was found in the desert encased in concrete.
The Summerlin resident who proved infomercial pillow salesman Mike Lindell wrong about election fraud filed a lawsuit Friday after Lindell failed to pay him the $5 million award that a panel of arbitrators had ordered.