The doctor convicted in Las Vegas’ hepatitis C outbreak will learn his punishment today.
A Nevada state court jury found former doctor and Las Vegas endoscopy clinic owner Dipak Desai guilty of all 27 charges against him — including second-degree murder — in a 2007 hepatitis C outbreak.
A jury is seated and prosecutors are making opening statements in the trial of a former endoscopy clinic owner and an employee accused of causing a 2007 Las Vegas hepatitis C outbreak.
A jury is expected to be seated for the trial of a former endoscopy clinic owner and an employee accused of causing a 2007 Las Vegas hepatitis C outbreak.
Jury selection begins Monday in the criminal trial for the doctor at the heart of a 2007 hepatitis C outbreak in Las Vegas.
A Nevada jury is due to hear opening statements in a civil trial seeking millions of dollars in damages from health insurance companies accused of failing to protect patients from infection during a hepatitis C outbreak traced to a Las Vegas outpatient clinic.
A second competency hearing has been rejected for the doctor at the center of the valley’s hepatitis C outbreak.
A judge has indefinitely delayed the sworn depositions of two witnesses in the valley’s hepatitis C outbreak.
A Nevada judge is due to consider the fitness of a once prominent Las Vegas physician to stand trial on criminal charges in a 2008 hepatitis outbreak.
Lawyers for Dr. Dipak Desai have asked the state Supreme Court to overturn a judge’s order that limits the number of witnesses at an upcoming hearing challenging state medical experts who ruled Desai is competent to stand to stand trial.