Learn more from this article written by Las Vegas Justice Court Chief Judge Cynthia Cruz…
The program will offer 1.0 CLE credit to Nevada lawyers. All RSVPs must be made to the CCBA at least 48 hours before the event starts.
“This does not mean that all traffic violations will be treated as civil infractions.” Read more from Lisa Szyc in this article published in the Five Things issue of the bar journal Communiqué (Jan. 2023).
All counsel are invited who are interested in how the Las Vegas Justice Court will be implementing AB116 and new Las Vegas Justice Court traffic rules. This is an in-person meeting, in Courtroom 7A, at the Regional Justice Center in downtown Las Vegas.
On November 18, 2022, the Las Vegas Justice Court Chief Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa filed an order in the administrative matter regarding interim traffic rules for the Las Vegas Township Justice Court. See Administrative Order #22-10.
On June 15, 2022, the Las Vegas Justice Court filed an order in the administrative matter of mandatory electronic filing in criminal traffic cases. The order becomes effective on July 1, 2022. See Administrative Order #22-06.
Matterhorn, the Las Vegas Justice Court’s online resolution platform used for traffic cases, now allows an attorney to independently register on behalf of their client.
Read this month’s “View from the Bench” written by Las Vegas Justice Court’s Chief Judge Melissa Saragosa and published in the Pro Bono issue of the bar journal Communiqué (December 2021).
Individuals cited for a traffic citation may now enter a plea online using Las Vegas Justice Court’s new online platform, Matterhorn. Access traffic citations by using the link: https://lvjcpa.clarkcountynv.gov/Anonymous/. After accessing a traffic case using the above website, users may…
On August 25, 2021, Las Vegas Justice Court Chief Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa and Supreme Court of Nevada Chief Justice James Hardesty filed an order in the administrative matter regarding temporary procedures in criminal cases alleging traffic offenses. See Administrative Order #21-09.