Entries from Harmfulerror tagged with 'unpublished decisions'

Unpublished order of the day

The Nevada Supreme Court has issued only 3 published decisions in criminal cases this year - which makes a blog about criminal cases by the Nevada Supreme Court a bit sparse.  So a new feature - "unpublished order of the...

Interesting unpublished decisions

In an unpublished Order of Reversal and Remand in Monroe v. State, the Nevada Supreme Court finds that a the district court erred in refusing to conduct an evidentiary hearing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...

Nevada Supreme Court finds counsel needed for post-conviction case

In an unpublished order, Smith v. State, the Nevada Supreme Court finds that the district court abused its discretion in failing to appoint counsel to represent a petitioner for his post-conviction petition for a writ of habeas corpus.  This is...

No opinions this week

The Nevada Supreme Court did not release any published opinions this week. The Court published its most recent opinions on January 29, 2009.  To date, there are 6 published decisions this year. The Court has not posted an unpublished dispositions...

Interesting unpublished decisions

The Nevada Supreme Court has issued several unpublished orders resolving appeals in criminal cases.  Some are of interest, though they may not be cited as precedent under SCR 123. In Dealba v. State, the Court reverses a judgment of conviction...

Nevada Supreme Court grants new penalty hearing in a capital case

In an unpublished decision of December 31, the Nevada Supreme Court granted a new penalty hearing in the capital case of Jones v. State.  The Court found ineffective assistance of trial counsel based upon failure to investigate mitigating evidence and...

Interesting unpublished decisions

The Nevada Supreme Court has made available a new batch of unpublished decisions.  They may not be cited as precedent.  A few are of interest: Lewis v. State - the Court finds plain error based upon a jury instruction concerning...

Interesting unpublished decisions

An unpublished order shall not be regarded as precedent and shall not be cited as legal authority.  SCR 123. Parker v. State - the Court finds a violation of the Double Jeopardy Clause for convictions of both grand larceny auto...

Learning something new

While perusing through the newest posting of unpublished orders I found State v. District Court (Martinez), which is an order denying the State's original petition for a writ of mandamus or procedendo.  I thought I was up on all of the...

Interesting Unpublished Decisions by the Nevada Supreme Court

New unpublished decisions have been posted by the Nevada Supreme Court.  SCR 123 states that these unpublished orders shall not be regarded as precedent and shall not be cited as legal authority. State v. Spina - the Court denies the...

Interesting unpublished decisions

There's not much to discuss concerning today's published opinion, but a few unpublished decisions are interesting.   Dolores-Alvarez v. State - The non-English speaking defendant represented himself at trial.  A Faretta canvass was conducted by the district court, but it...

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