Adam Laxalt


Nevada Receiving $1.7M In Chase Settlement

LAS VEGAS (AP) — State Attorney General Adam Laxalt says Nevada will get $1.7 million under a nationwide settlement with JPMorgan Chase stemming from debt collection practices. The agreement announced Wednesday involves the Consumer Financial Protection […]

CBS Las Vegas–07/08/2015

Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt testifies in Congress. February 25, 2015. (screen grab from

GOP Presidential Candidates Invited To Nevada BBQ

Attorney General Adam Laxalt hosting August event


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Man Charged With Operating Illegal Poker Site

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Attorney General Adam Laxalt is announcing a criminal case against a man accused of running an illegal poker site from Nevada. Laxalt  announced Tuesday that 36-year-old Bryan Micon was charged this week with […]

CBS Las Vegas–04/28/2015

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Legal Wrangling Continues In “Black Widow” Case

State Attorney General weighs in on Margaret Rudin appeal


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AG Announces Sentencing Of Former UNLV Employee

Las Vegas, NV – Nevada Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt announced that Lina Khachekian, 35, of North Las Vegas, was sentenced this week on two felony counts of theft related to the fraudulent use of […]

CBS Las Vegas–03/11/2015


Las Vegas Man Found Guilty Of Insurance Fraud

LAS VEGAS–Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt announced that Joshua Jones, 23, of Las Vegas, was found guilty of unemployment insurance fraud after a three-day jury trial last week. He was also found guilty of conspiracy […]

CBS Las Vegas–02/24/2015

NV Attorney General law enforcement summit

NV Law Enforcement Summit

Attorney General wants agencies across the state to work better together


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Nevada AG Appealing Order Granting New Trial For Inmate

Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt says he’s appealing a federal judge’s order granting a new trial for a Nevada death row inmate convicted of killing an FBI agent in Las Vegas.


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Sandoval Sworn In

CARSON CITY, Nev. – Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval was sworn in for a second term on Monday after a landslide victory in the November election that also filled the state’s other top constitutional offices with Republicans.


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Commissioners To Fill Legislative Vacancy

State Senator stepped down to serve in Attorney General’s office