An Arizona sheriff known nationally for his hardline stance on illegal immigration is expected to take the witness stand Tuesday and face allegations that his trademark immigration sweeps amounted to racial profiling against Hispanics.
For years, the self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in America has vehemently denied allegations that his deputies racially profile Latinos in his trademark immigration patrols.
A New York business owner is suing for the right to use the term “Google” in the URL for his professional website, claiming that the word has becoming a legally generic term.
Authorities in a pair of polygamous Utah-Arizona border towns have supported a campaign of intimidation against the unfaithful, denying them housing and municipal services and allowing members of the dominant religious sect to destroy their crops and property, the U.S. Justice Department said in a lawsuit.
A former inmate is suing the Nevada Department of Corrections, claiming staff members imposed cruel and unusual punishment by shackling her legs while she was in labor.
The family of Erik Scott has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Costco.
A Hawaii man is suing a Las Vegas hotel and casino where he was beaten and robbed in 2010, claiming Main Street Station was negligent in not providing enough security in a long, dark hallway that leads to restrooms.
A company that bought the rights to convert Wayne Newton’s Las Vegas home into a museum is suing the entertainer over allegations that he unreasonably delayed the project to ensure it never opens.
(Las Vegas, NV) – The owners of the world famous Las Vegas Gold and Silver Pawn Shop are being sued. Most everybody knows Richard and Rick Harrison from the “Pawn Stars” show on the History […]
The Las Vegas police department has approved a $100,000 settlement for Mitchell Crooks, who was beaten by a former Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officer.