Nevada Supreme Court
A Las Vegas man accused in a 2011 crime spree will get a new trial after a gaffe involving a PowerPoint slide.
The award stems from a 2007 accident involving a Metro Police vehicle
A mandatory tip-sharing policy at Wynn casinos on the Las Vegas Strip is legal, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a unanimous decision, reversing a lower court that said employees can’t be forced to pool their tips with supervisors.
The Nevada Supreme Court is wading into the issue of whether term limited Reno City Council members can run for mayor.
A lesbian woman who gave birth to a child conceived from a fertilized egg provided by her companion can argue for parental rights in the wake of the couple’s breakup, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
A California ice cream mogul who was convicted of four felonies when he couldn’t pay $384,000 in Las Vegas casino IOUs is challenging a Nevada state law that lets casinos turn to county prosecutors to collect unpaid gambling debts.
The Nevada Supreme Court won’t consider an inmate’s challenge to the death penalty on grounds that it amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.
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.