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Grandma in Theft Case Invoking Problem Gambler Diversion LawA Las Vegas grandmother who went to prison for stealing more than $500,000 from the plumbing business where she kept the books is invoking a little-used state law to seek placement in a court diversion and restitution program.
ACLU Appeals After Judge Dismisses School Choice LawsuitThe American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada is appealing a Las Vegas judge's ruling that found the state's sweeping new school choice program is constitutional.
Judge Dismisses Suit Against Nevada School Choice ProgramA Las Vegas judge has dismissed one of two lawsuits filed against Nevada's sweeping new school choice program, although the program is still on hold for other concerns.
Judge Stays In Sands CaseState Supreme Court rules on Sheldon Adelson effort to get judge off case
Commerce Tax Foes, Defenders Argue in Nevada Supreme CourtNevada Supreme Court justices are considering whether a measure to repeal the state's new commerce tax is fit for the ballot.
Commerce Tax Repeal Effort Faces Nevada Supreme Court TestA high-stakes battle over a new business tax passed last year by the Nevada Legislature is heading to the Nevada Supreme Court.
Attorney General Prods Judge to Hurry on School Choice CaseState officials want a Las Vegas judge to speed up his decision on Nevada's sweeping new school choice program.
Nevada High Court Hears Sands Judge-Bias ArgumentsFamed attorney Alan Dershowitz told the Nevada Supreme Court that judges shouldn't talk about cases, and a judge handling a lawsuit involving casino mogul Sheldon Adelson should be forced to step aside for doing so.
Nevada Court Hears Casino Mogul Adelson's Defamation CaseNevada's highest court is being asked again if a political group defamed casino mogul Sheldon Adelson in 2012 with an Internet ad alleging that Adelson used prostitution-tainted money from casinos in China to fund Republican causes in the U.S.
Nevada AG Joining Local Efforts to Stop Dishonest GuardiansNevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt and law enforcement officials from around the state are joining forces to stop legal guardians who swindle the disabled and elderly clients they're hired to protect.
OJ Simpson's Latest Appeal DeniedRuling from Nevada Supreme Court upholds 2008 conviction
State Lawmaker Suing OpponentBen Kieckhefer claims Gary Schmidt defamed him

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