David Ferrara, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Russian man pleads guilty to role in cybercrime ring

A 33-year-old Russian man pleaded guilty in Las Vegas on Friday for his role in a global cybercrime ring that allegedly defrauded people around the world of more than $530 million. → Read More

Lombardo discusses arrests of legal observers at weekend protest — WATCH LIVE

Sheriff Joe Lombardo is expected to discuss the arrest of legal observers this weekend during a press conference Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Armed man at BLM protest charged with impersonating federal officer

The heavily armed man with a Nazi tattoo who tried to march with Las Vegas police at a Black Lives Matter protest is facing a felony charge of impersonating a U.S. officer. → Read More

Nevada Supreme Court orders online bar exam in pandemic

The Nevada Supreme Court has ordered changes to the state bar exam, allowing prospective lawyers to take the test online with an open book in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Lawyers weigh in on liability of businesses reopening in pandemic

Flaunting precautions in a pandemic could open businesses up to civil litigation, legal experts say. → Read More

Gragson to pay nearly $13M to family of woman killed in Summerlin wreck

Real estate broker Scott Gragson is expected to pay out nearly $13 million to the family of a woman killed when he drove drunk and crashed in The Ridges community, according to court documents. → Read More

Alpine Motel fire survivors sue owner, alarm companies

Former residents of Alpine Motel filed a lawsuit on Monday against the building’s owner and companies that installed alarm systems. → Read More

Nevada’s prison medical staff grapple with coronavirus outbreak

A coronavirus outbreak behind prison walls could overwhelm the Nevada Department of Corrections, documents analyzed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal showed. → Read More

Nevada’s osteopaths sue Sisolak over limits on drugs to treat COVID-19

Nevada’s osteopaths filed a lawsuit Tuesday, asking Gov. Steve Sisolak and other state medical officials to lift a ban on the routine prescribing of two existing anti-malarial drugs to treat COVID-19. → Read More

Wayne Newton faces 2nd lawsuit alleging attack by pet monkey

For the second time in six months, Wayne Newton is facing a lawsuit that accuses his pet monkey of attacking someone during a tour of his home. → Read More

US Rep. Dina Titus praises police, FBI for work in threat case

U.S. Rep. Dina Titus praised law enforcement for tracking down a Las Vegas man who is accused of threatening to kill her. → Read More

Clark County court clerk’s offices closed during COVID-19 outbreak

A court order issued Monday closed the Clark County District Court clerk’s offices to in-person filings. → Read More

Coronavirus outbreak leads to slower pace at Las Vegas courthouse

With most of the Regional Justice Center vacant, all Las Vegas Justice Court cases were heard Friday in one courtroom. → Read More

Nevada Supreme Court says criticizing lawyer’s court conduct OK

The Nevada Supreme Court has decided that the leader of a controversial political group cannot be sued for defamation for criticizing the courtroom conduct of a family lawyer. → Read More

Real estate broker Scott Gragson faces judge in fatal DUI case — LIVESTREAM

Real estate broker Scott Gragson, facing charges in a high-speed drunken driving crash that left a mother of three dead, is due in court Friday afternoon. → Read More

Real estate broker Scott Gragson pleads guilty in fatal DUI case

Real estate broker Scott Gragson pleaded guilty Friday in his fatal DUI case and is expected to spend several years in prison. → Read More

Las Vegas pastor indicted in sexual abuse case

A judge ordered a Las Vegas pastor facing sexual abuse allegations held on $800,000 bail on Thursday as prosecutors announced an indictment against him and his wife. → Read More

2 convicted in 2017 slaying of Las Vegas nursing student

Two men were convicted Monday in the robbery and murder of a 24-year-old Las Vegas nursing student. → Read More

Ex-Las Vegas police officer’s child sex case moved over judge’s objection

Christopher Peto, 47, was arrested last month on charges of engaging in sex acts for the past two years with at least two girls in the Laughlin area. → Read More

Woman tied to suspects in model’s death cuts deal with prosecutors

A woman with ties to the death of a 24-year-old Las Vegas model whose body was found encased in cement has pleaded guilty to an accessory to murder charge, court records show. → Read More