Nevada Supreme Court
Nevada’s Supreme Court hears the case of Onion, a family dog that killed a child at a birthday party.
The Nevada Supreme Court is about to hear arguments about the fate of a flawed hotel tower that was designed to be the centerpiece of MGM Resorts International’s glittery CityCenter development on the Las Vegas Strip, but never opened.
The Nevada Supreme Court has set July 3rd as the date for oral arguments to decide the fate of Onion, the dog that mauled and killed a 1 year old child in April of last year.
The Las Vegas Constable has appealed the abolition of his office to the state supreme court.
Jury selection will take a two-day break as lawyers for both sides in the Dipak Desai criminal prosecution prepare briefs for the Nevada Supreme Court. The high court will decide whether to intervene on medical grounds.
The Nevada Supreme Court has rebuked a Clark County district judge for ordering a suspect jailed for having a bad attitude.
An initiative to impose a business margin tax in Nevada to raise money for education has been upheld by the Nevada Supreme Court.
The number of cases filed in Nevada district, justice and municipal courts fell slightly in 2012, but the caseload at the Nevada Supreme Court increased.
O.J. Simpson’s new attorney earned her money Friday at the Regional Justice Center.
The Nevada Supreme Court wants a mediator to review a man’s effort to collect damages from the NFL for his paralyzing injury in a 2007 strip club melee involving football player Adam “Pacman” Jones.