Nevada Justices Won't Reconsider Decision on Vegas AutopsiesThe Nevada Supreme Court won't reconsider its decision to allow media outlets to report about autopsies of the 58 people killed in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Judge: Nevada Supreme Court Will Make Next Execution RulingA judge whose order to remove one of three drugs from a never-before-tried lethal injection protocol stalled Nevada's first scheduled execution in 11 years says the next step in the case is up to the state Supreme Court.
Nevada Supreme Court Justices Douglas, Cherry to RetireTwo veteran Nevada Supreme Court justices say this will be their last term on the seven-member bench, in an announcement that means two new members will be elected in November 2018.
Death Sentence Tossed, New Trial Ordered in Vegas SlayingThe Nevada Supreme Court has ordered a new trial, citing racial bias in the exclusion of two prospective minority jurors from the 2012 trial of a man who was sentenced to death for a 2003 slaying in Las Vegas.
Medical Pot Patient Seeks NV Supreme Court RehearingA medical marijuana patient is asking the Nevada Supreme Court to reconsider its refusal to end mandatory state registration and fees for medical pot cards now that marijuana is legal statewide for recreational use.
Nevada High Court Cuts Murder Conviction for Ex-Vegas DoctorThe Nevada Supreme Court has thrown out the second-degree murder conviction of a former Las Vegas physician who died in April in state prison while serving sentences stemming from a 2007 hepatitis C outbreak.
Nevada Supreme Court: 'Las Vegas Law' Can Film in CourtThe Nevada Supreme Court says a reality television show about Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson and prosecutors in Las Vegas is a news program, and its cameras can be in courtrooms.
Justices Hear First Case In New Vegas BuildingThe Nevada Supreme Court heard its first case in a brand new downtown Las Vegas building.
Nevada Lawmakers Mulling New Law in Red Rock Property BattleA builder's plan for luxury homes on a hilltop within view of scenic Red Rock National Conservation Area outside Las Vegas is spurring state lawmakers to again try to craft a law that would block the development.
Nevada Man Serving Child Sex Term Wins Bid for New LawyerA man serving 85 years to life in Nevada state prison after being found guilty of 36 felony offenses in a child sex case is getting another chance to have a lawyer appointed to handle his appeal.
Officials Mark Opening of New Nevada Supreme Court BuildingOfficials are marking the opening of a new Nevada Supreme Court building in downtown Las Vegas that has offices and chambers for state high court justices and appellate judges, and a larger courtroom for arguments.
Penalty Hearing Begins in Las Vegas Schoolgirl SlayingA Nevada state court jury that found a 24-year-old man guilty of first-degree murder began a penalty hearing Friday to decide whether he should be sentenced to death for the 2011 rape, stabbing and mutilation killing of a 15-year-old Las Vegas girl.