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Michael Cherry to Take Turn as Chief of Nevada Supreme CourtNevada Supreme Court Justice Michael Cherry is taking a turn as chief of the state high court, beginning Jan. 2.
Nevada Court Suspends Lawyer's License Pending Funds ProbeThe Nevada Supreme Court has temporarily suspended Las Vegas probate attorney Robert Graham from the practice of law pending an investigation into allegations that he misappropriated millions of dollars of clients' money.
Woman Convicted in Vegas Murder, Sex Mutilation to Get New HearingA woman who says she was wrongly convicted in the 2001 killing and sexual mutilation of a homeless man in Las Vegas will get a new evidence hearing, the Nevada Supreme Court has decided.
Governor Naming Reno State Judge to Nevada Supreme CourtA state court judge in Reno is being elevated to the Nevada Supreme Court.
Three Nevada Judges Nominated for State Supreme Court VacancyTwo state court judges in Las Vegas and one in Reno are finalists for a vacant seat on the Nevada Supreme Court.
Nevada Court Panel Calls for State Guardianship OverhaulThe Nevada Supreme Court has joined calls for lawmakers to overhaul the state's troubled guardianship program that critics say victimizes some of the disabled and elderly people it was set up to help.
Nevada Supreme Court Orders School Choice Program SuspendedThe Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that the state's voucher-style Education Savings Account program's funding mechanism is unconstitutional and the program should remain suspended.
Solar Battle Shifts Toward Legislature After Court SetbackRooftop solar advocates in Nevada had hoped to take their cause directly to voters after a rate hike this year rocked the industry in Nevada.
Nevada OKs $125K More to Defend Voucher-Style School ProgramNevada officials have approved another $125,000 to defend a voucher-style education program that's in legal limbo at the state Supreme Court.
Nevada Court Rejects Rooftop Solar Rates Ballot MeasureThe Nevada Supreme Court has decided not to allow a measure about rooftop solar electricity rates to appear on the statewide ballot in November.
Justices Deciding If Solar Referendum Qualifies for BallotNevada Supreme Court justices are considering whether to allow a measure reversing a recent rooftop solar rate hike onto the November ballot.
Nevada Sex Offender List Case Off Las Vegas Court DocketA state court in Las Vegas won't hear arguments about a sex offender registry until the Nevada Supreme Court considers constitutional questions raised by lawyers representing 17 unnamed plaintiffs.

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