- Report details backlog of Nevada court cases Updated: Dec-17-13 9:28 pm
- Nev. fails in watchdog report of judge disclosures Updated: Dec-04-13 4:41 pm
- Simpson files appeal notice to Nevada high court Updated: Dec-03-13 6:59 pm
- Las Vegas man gets new trial over PowerPoint slide Updated: Nov-28-13 4:05 pm
- Nevada court rules in favor of TV producer Updated: Nov-27-13 6:21 pm
- Nevada Supreme Court upholds ethics laws Updated: Nov-27-13 5:46 pm
- Nevada court seeks cities' input on term limits Updated: Nov-26-13 6:48 pm
- Man mistakenly arrested 11 times can't sue police Updated: Nov-23-13 3:05 pm
LAS VEGAS - A report released Tuesday detailing caseloads at Nevada courthouses has administrators urging voters to approve a constitutional amendment next year to create a statewide appellate court.
LAS VEGAS - The Nevada Supreme Court is calling the grade it received in a watchdog group's nationwide survey of judicial financial disclosures "unfortunate" and "misleading."
LAS VEGAS - O.J. Simpson's lawyers said Tuesday they will take his case back to the Nevada Supreme Court, hoping justices will overturn a lower court judge's decision last week denying the former football star a new trial in his armed robbery case.
LAS VEGAS - A Las Vegas man accused in a 2011 crime spree was granted a new trial this week, after the Nevada Supreme Court ruled the jury might have been tainted by a PowerPoint slide featuring his battered face superimposed with the word "GUILTY."
CARSON CITY, Nevada - A Las Vegas television producer is protected by Nevada's shield law and doesn't have to divulge her sources for news reports about a financial firm owned by the son of a late governor, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
CARSON CITY, Nevada - The Nevada Supreme Court upheld the state's ethics laws on Wednesday while backing the censure of a Sparks councilman for his 2005 vote on a casino project involving his former campaign manager.
CARSON CITY, Nevada - The Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday invited cities to join the legal debate over whether city council members who are termed out from seeking re-election can run for mayor.
CARSON CITY, Nevada - A man arrested or detained nearly a dozen times because he was mistaken for a suspected drug dealer cannot sue Las Vegas police, the Nevada Supreme Court has ruled.