Clark County District Court Judge Michelle Leavitt told murder suspect Robert Telles this week she doesn’t think it is ever a good idea to represent yourself in court, let alone a first-degree murder case.
A bill before the legislature addressing the issue of homeless encampments or the unhoused sleeping in cars is getting a lot of chatter and heated debate, possibly curbing the power of local governments from forcing people to move.
Lawmakers in Nevada and California are advancing legislation to remove “involuntary servitude” from their states’ constitutions, a move that follows four states’ bans on forced labor that passed in ballot measures last fall.
The attorneys for Robert Telles, charged with murder for the alleged killing of a Las Vegas reporter, have filed to withdraw as counsel as Telles wishes to represent himself at trial, court records show.
Two miners were trying to remove a water pipeline at a gold mine in northeast Nevada last month when the pipe burst, killing one and injuring the other, according to a preliminary report issued by federal safety investigators
A Nevada judge on Wednesday postponed a murder trial for a former Las Vegas-area elected official accused of killing a veteran investigative journalist who wrote articles critical of him and his office