Trial Postponed For Defendant In Caesars Palace Shooting

A judge told a prosecutor to turn over evidentiary items to the defense, and indefinitely postponed trial for a man accused of wounding two people in a shooting at the Caesars Palace resort on the Las Vegas Strip.

Clark County District Court Judge Donald Mosley scheduled a Nov.
20 status hearing for Richard Earl Shepherd. He's pleaded not guilty to three charges of attempted murder in the early Aug. 4 shooting.

The shooting was caught on casino surveillance videotape.

Authorities say Shepherd fought first with several men after one made a comment about Shepherd's younger sister.

Shepherd, 34, could face life in prison.

He's being held at the Clark County jail on $250,000 bail.