O.J. Simpson’s lawyers have until mid-April to file their written Nevada Supreme Court appeal for a new trial for the former football star in his Las Vegas armed robbery case.
The Nevada Supreme Court has upheld a lower court judge who tossed out evidence in a child pornography case because of a faulty search warrant.
Two people in Las Vegas have pleaded not guilty in federal case
Police say they’re trying to find a 52-year-old Las Vegas photographer who skipped out on a court hearing where he would have faced child pornography charges.
The ACLU of Nevada has filed a friend of the court brief challenging Nevada’s ban on same-sex marriage.
A Las Vegas man who was robbed by two men posing as Mormon missionaries says he told the pair it was a little too early for such a visit before they forced their way into his house.
Rap lyrics written by a man convicted of killing a Reno drug dealer were allowable evidence at trial because they described details of the crime, a divided Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
“None of the above,” Nevada’s perpetual ballot loser, will continue to be an option for voters after a federal appeals court Wednesday rejected a Republican-backed lawsuit challenging its constitutionality.
Authorities say a 24-year-old Las Vegas man faces felony murder and child abuse charges in the death of 16-month-old girl he admitted shaking when she wouldn’t stop crying.
Like a recurring nightmare, the return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom come Monday will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country’s attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity.