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The Supreme Court of Nevada and the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) released the 2017 Annual Report of the Nevada Judiciary to the public on the Supreme Court website.
The 52-page document details accomplishments of the Nevada Judiciary, a view of work for judicial commissions and committees, and a caseload overview of Nevada’s 11 judicial ...Read More
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection sent Governor Brian Sandoval the names of three attorneys to fill the open judicial seat in Reno’s Second Judicial District Court, Dept. 7, created by the death of Judge Patrick Flanagan.
The Commission selected the nominees following interviews Dec. 11 at the Nevada Supreme Court in Carson City. Five attorneys ...Read More
The Second Judicial District Court is proud to announce that District Court Judge Scott Freeman was unanimously elected Chief Judge by his peers on November 17, 2017.
Judge Freeman is an experienced and dynamic member of the District Court bench. Nevada Governor, Brian Sandoval, appointed Scott Freeman to serve as the presiding Judge in Department 9 ...Read More
Five attorneys have applied to the Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection to fill the open judicial seat in the Second Judicial District Court, Dept. 7, created by the death of Judge Patrick Flanagan.
The applicants for the open seat are:
Craig Denney, 49, Reno, Administrative Law Judge, Social Security Administration
Carla B. Higginbotham, 44, Reno, ...Read More