NACJ: February 2009 Archives

This Week

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Monday, February 2 - Nevada Supreme Court en banc oral arguments in Glover v. District Court and Hartford Fire Ins. Co. v. Trustees of Constr. Indus. (NRAP 5).

Monday, February 2 - Nevada Legislature opens its 2009 Session.

Tuesday, February 3 - Nevada Supreme Court en banc oral arguments in MGM Mirage v. Insurance Guaranty Ass'n, Allstate Insurance Co. v. Fackett and Shelksohn v. Yeh.

Tuesday, February 3 - 8:00 Assembly Committtee on Corrections, Parole and Probation meets and BDRs may be introduced.

Tuesday, February 3 - 9:00 Assembly Judiciary Committee meets.  Presentation on Nevada Criminal Law by Ben Graham.

Wednesday, February 4 - 8:00 Assembly Judiciary Committee meets.  Audit reports presented.  The Committee will consider AB 88, concerning civil remedies for a person who was a victim of a sexual offense which was used to promose child pornography.

Wednesday, February 4 - 8:30 Senate Judiciary Committee meets.  It will hold an informational hearing on activities by the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice. 

Wednesday, February 4 - 12:00 NACJ Board Meeting at the Federal Public Defender's Office.

Thursday, February 5 - Nevada Supreme Court opinion release day.

Thursday, February 5 - 8:30 Senate Judicary Committee meets.  The Committee will consider SB 35 (repeals the provision that prohibits the prosecution of a person in this State for a crime after the person is convicted or acquitted of the crime in another state, territory or country; SB 45 (revises provisions relating to certain criminal cases involving older persons and vulnerable persons); SB 82 (makes various changes relating to technological crime).

Friday, February 6 - 8:00 Assembly Judiciary Committee meets.  The Committee will consider AB 42 (grants administrative subpoena power for the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit within the AG's Office to obtain certainr records and materials); AB 59 (creates a rebuttable presumption against an award of custody or unsupervised visitation for any person who has abducted a child in the past).

Friday, February 6 - 2:30 p.m. Investiture Ceremony for new district court and family court judges: Doug Smith, Abbi Silver and Cynthia Giuliani.


No orders or opinions are expected from the United States Supreme Court as the Court is in a four week recess.  Oral arguments will resume on February 23.

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