Clark County’s coroners inquest process could soon be back on track.
Are Clark County coroner’s inquests neutral fact-finding inquiries or unfair precursors to criminal prosecutions for Las Vegas-area police officers in on-the-job deaths?
The Nevada Supreme Court has put future coroner’s inquests on hold in Clark County.
The Nevada Supreme Court has delayed the valley’s first coroner’s inquest in nearly two years.
A group of Nevada Highway Patrol troopers want to stop next week’s scheduled coroner’s inquest into the death of a Henderson man.
A federal judge has upheld Clark County’s revised coroner’s inquest process for police shootings.
A lawsuit has been filed to block last December’s changes in the coroner’s inquest process.
Photo by: Las Vegas Review Journal Clark County officials began their search for qualified applicants to serve as ombudspersons to represent the deceased’s family at an inquest of an officer involved death.
Lawyer Michael Cristalli, Chris Collins, Executive Director of The Police Protective Association and County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly discussed the changes in the coroner’s inquest process with Alan.
Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak joined Alan to discuss the pros and cons of possible changes to the coroner’s inquest process.