Investment Fraud Charges

By: Staff Email
By: Staff Email

LAS VEGAS (AP) - The Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline has suspended a Las Vegas-area family court judge accused of participating in a $3 million investment fraud scheme.

The commission said Thursday it was suspending Clark County Family Court Judge Steven Jones with pay until the matter is resolved. A federal trial date has been set next summer for Jones and five other people.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that federal prosecutors told defense attorneys they expect to turn over 50,000 pages of documents, including FBI reports and a number of audiotapes, before trial.

Jones is accused of using the power of his office to help his former brother-in-law, Thomas Cecrle Jr., and the others solicit investors. All six defendants have pleaded not guilty.

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