Las Vegas Review-Journal


Major daily newspaper published in Las Vegas, Nevada since 1909. It is the largest circulating daily newspaper in Nevada with 172,366 daily.
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Primary geographic focus: Nevada
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Law firm says landlords’ fraud ignored in Las Vegas Valley

Las Vegas Review-Journal
May 26, 2018
Instead of receiving help from the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority, renters have turned to a nonprofit law firm for aid.

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Asylum denied in most Las Vegas immigration court cases

Jessie Bekker
Las Vegas Review-Journal
November 17, 2017
About 91 percent of asylum requests processed through the Las Vegas immigration court were denied in the last six years.

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Navigating the legal labyrinth often next hurdle for those fleeing domestic violence in Las Vegas

Michael Lyle
Las Vegas Review-Journal
October 27, 2016
When a domestic violence victim is ready to leave an abusive situation, their next hurdle might be navigating the legal and judicial systems.

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Nevada high court panel calls for guardianship system reforms

Colton Lochhead
Las Vegas Review-Journal
September 29, 2016
Most notably, the report calls for all people under guardianship to have the right to an attorney, which is not currently granted in Nevada.

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UNLV working to boost legal aid resources for undocumented children

Ana Ley
Las Vegas Review-Journal
July 31, 2016
Administrators plan to hire a third lawyer and offer a much-needed pay hike to Leese and Cooley, whose struggles to keep up with a ballooning caseload.

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Law firm offers counsel to those fighting to prevent guardianship takeover of rights

Colton Lochhead
Las Vegas Review-Journal
May 22, 2016
A nonprofit law firm hopes some fresh eyes might help ease the troubles facing Southern Nevada’s guardianship system.

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Program helps criminals seal their records, start fresh

Kimber Laux
Las Vegas Review-Journal
May 1, 2016
The meeting marked the start of what the Department of Justice designated “National Reentry Week,” an effort to ramp up public safety events that help formerly imprisoned people.



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