Former Hells Angel Chapter president sentenced in wedding brawl incident
A Nevada judge agreed Wednesday to hear testimony in February about whether the Hells Angels is an outlaw motorcycle gang before sentencing four men who pleaded guilty in a 2008 wedding chapel brawl in Las Vegas that left six people hurt.
Lawyers told a Nevada state court judge that six accused Hells Angels will plead guilty to reduced felony charges.
A Nevada judge has declared a mistrial in the case against eight Hells Angels stemming from a December 2008 wedding chapel brawl with rival Mongols motorcycle club members.
The State presented witnesses this week in its prosecution of 8 men associated with the Hells Angels, on charges stemming from a rumble with the Mongols motorcycle club at a Las Vegas wedding chapel in 2008.
(Las Vegas, NV) — Eight men are now on trial for a brawl between rival motorcycle gangs at a downtown Vegas wedding chapel. The “Review-Journal” says the defendants, some of whom are members of the […]
Attorneys for 8 men on trail for charges stemming from a fight between members of two motorcycle clubs are battling longstanding negative perceptions of the Hell’s Angels as they try to seat a jury for the case.
Jury selection continues today in the trial of eight Hells Angels accused of beating rival gang members at a downtown Las Vegas wedding chapel.