Interesting unpublished decisions

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In an unpublished Order of Reversal and Remand in Monroe v. State, the Nevada Supreme Court finds that a the district court erred in refusing to conduct an evidentiary hearing on a suppression motion.  The five page order includes a nice summary of the law concerning automobile searches made pursuant to an investigatory stop.

In an unpublished Order Denying Petition in Bacon v. State, the Nevada Supreme Court finds that the proper person petitioner has filed numerous, arguably frivolous documents and finds that there has been a waste of judicial resources.  The Court cautions Bacon that he may forfeit all deductions of time earned as a prisoner.

McNight v. The Public Restroom Co. is a civil appeal in which the Court finds that in lacks jurisdiction.  The order is not interesting, but I like the name of the case.

In an unpublished Order of Reversal and Remand in Brunsen v. State, the Nevada Supreme Court finds that the district court erred in failing to conduct an evidentiary hearing on the defendant's presentence motion to withdraw his guilty plea and in failing to appoint conflict-free counsel for that hearing.

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