Nevada Supreme Court
The Nevada Supreme Court is asking attorneys to weigh in on whether a failed mayoral candidate trying to oust the Henderson mayor has standing to do so.
Ruling allows attorneys to advise clients on medical marijuana
The Nevada Supreme Court says state controller candidate John Michael Schaefer can be removed from the June primary ballot.
A Henderson man has been awarded a new trial in the killing of a newborn because the trial judge did not allow two defense witnesses to testify.
A convicted stalker claimed his rights were violated when police tracked him through his cell phone’s GPS system without a warrant
Customer was paralyzed after bouncer beat him, awarded $9 million judgement.
An unsuccessful mayor candidate in Henderson demanded that Andy Hafen resign because he is not qualified to hold office, given a recent term-limits ruling by the Nevada Supreme Court. Hafen says he wont step down.
Attorneys are seeking guidelines from the Nevada Supreme Court for their work on behalf of medical marijuana dispensaries.
Defendants wanted delays until legislature addressed capital punishment
A court ruling put the Water Authority’s plan to pump billions of gallons of water from rural Nevada counties.