Drunk Police Recruit Reaches for Gun During DUI Arrest

26-year-old Anna Gallagher had fallen asleep behind the steering wheel inside her GMC pickup truck. Police received notice of this incident after a Lyft driver called them and complained that the truck had backed into his parked car, even after…


Iconic High-End Retailer Barneys Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Barneys New York, founded nearly a century ago, is fighting to keep open its 10-story flagship Madison Avenue store, after securing $75 million in financing to pay employees and vendors, all the while seeking a buyer. Their filing for Chapter…


Las Vegas Monorail Secures New Loans

The Las Vegas Monorail project has not had an easy past. Over seven years ago, The Las Vegas Monorail Co. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, wiping out 98 percent of bondholder’s money. However, as of this month, the LV Monorail…


Third Murder at the Stateside Complex in Three Months

Michael C. Johnson, age 48, was the target of homicide after he argued with the wrong man outside of Stateside Lounge, on June 22nd. The saddest part? Johnson was protecting his daughter, who the man had allegedly been harassing at…


Gang Member Guilty of Murder – No Longer Facing Life in Prison

Christopher Weygant, age 32, pleaded no contest to battery with use of a deadly weapon in connection to the April 2018 death of Bailey Beck. The prosecutors agreed to a two to seven year sentence behind bars. Prominent Las Vegas…


Security Guard Charged With Murdering Homeless Man

Though his name is Love, there wasn’t much of it surging through his system when he shot a homeless man at a local Las Vegas shopping center at the end of last month. Brian Love, age 26, is being accused…


The Wayne Newton Burglary Case

Weslie Martin, age 22, has been charged with 11 felony counts including home invasion, burglary, and grand larceny – all related to two break-ins at Wayne Newton’s home near South Lamb Boulevard and Oquendo Road. Las Vegas criminal defense lawyers…


Senator Proposes for Students Loans to be Discharged in Bankruptcy

It’s a debate that may not seem one-sided to someone swimming in $100K of student loans with no end in sight. Nevertheless, there are at least two sides to the argument. Is allowing former students the ability to discharge their…


Deadly DUI Crash Involving Former Las Vegas Mayor’s Grandson

Scott Gragson’s blood test showed a blood alcohol level of .147 at the time of his first blood test. He’d been traveling at a high speed in an area that only had a 25 mph speed limit when the crash…


10 Years Since the Fontainebleau Went Bankrupt

The state of the U.S. economy in 2009 was not happy news for many individuals or companies, and the Las Vegas hotel/casino Fontainebleau was not immune to the looming financial woes. In the spring of 2009, the developers of the…