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Elko County charges inmates for meals; ACLU upset
Nevada
The American Civil Liberties Union says Elko County's plans to start charging county jail inmates for food and medical care are an unconstitutional form of cruel and unusual punishment and could lead to a court battle.
February 26 2014
Nevada county charging inmates for jail meals, medical care
Nevada
RENO, Nev. -- A northern Nevada county is moving ahead with what may be a first-in-the-nation plan to charge county jail inmates for food and medical care, despite objections from the American Civil Liberties Union that it's cruel and unusual punishment and could lead to a court battle. The Elko County Commission on Wednesday approved Sheriff Jim Pitts' proposal to charge inmates $6 a day for ...
February 26 2014
Elko County plans to charge inmates for meals
Nevada
Elko County is moving ahead with a plan to start charging county jail inmates for food and medical care despite objections from the American Civil Liberties Union that it's cruel and unusual punishment and could lead to a court battle.
February 26 2014
Northern Nevada county charging jail inmates for meals, medical care; ACLU could challenge
Nevada
RENO, Nev. - A northern Nevada county is moving ahead with what may be a first-in-the-nation plan to charge county jail inmates for food and medical care, despite objections from the American Civil Liberties Union that it's cruel and unusual punishment and could lead to a court battle. The Elko ...
February 26 2014
Nevada county plans to bill jail inmates for food, medical care
Nevada
The American Civil Liberties Union says Elko County's plans to start charging county jail inmates for food and medical care are an unconstitutional form of cruel and unusual punishment and could lead to a court battle.
February 26 2014
Prison Plans to Charge Inmates for Food, Health Care
Nevada
Prison Plans to Charge Inmates for Food, Health Care Business Legal Local Prison Charging Food Health Care Elko County, Nev. has approved a plan to force inmates to pay for their own meals and medical care while they’re imprisoned in the county jail. The Elko County Commission agreed last Wednesday to charge inmates $6 daily for meals, $10 for a doctor visit and a $5 fee for being booked, notes ...
February 17 2014
Nevada Supreme Court halts sex offender law
Nevada
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February 13 2014
Nevada man set to enter plea in baby's 1996 death
Nevada
ELKO, Nev. (AP) — A Carlin man who had his life sentence for killing a baby overturned by the Nevada Supreme Court is scheduled to enter a plea to a reduced charge.
January 17 2014
Supreme Court justice helps with child welfare training
Nevada
ELKO — A local legal council decided to brainstorm ways to improve services in child welfare cases — and a Nevada Supreme Court Justice helped.
December 15 2013
Elko woman found guilty of manslaughter at retrial
Nevada
ELKO, Nev. — A Nevada jury found a woman guilty of voluntary manslaughter in her retrial in the death of a ranch hand whose body was found in Utah almost 10 years ago. Linda Fields’ attorney, Brian Green, characterized Friday’s verdict in the death of Jaromir Palensky as a victory for Fields, who had been charged again with murder. Fields could face up to 10 years in state prison at sentencing ...
November 26 2013
Hospital recognized as top performer by accreditor
Nevada
ELKO — Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital was named a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures Wednesday by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in America.
November 13 2013
Judge denies Linda Fields a mistrial
Nevada
ELKO — Linda Fields’ murder trial will continue — despite the defendant’s request for a mistrial.
November 05 2013
Fields' trial hits snags, will continue Tuesday
Nevada
ELKO — Snags continued into Linda Fields’ murder trial Friday.
November 01 2013
Dunn appeals murder conviction
Elko, Nevada
ELKO — A Spring Creek man convicted of murder last year has appealed the jury’s verdict on grounds that his constitutional due process was violated.
November 01 2013
Fields murder trial enters day two
Nevada
ELKO - Alicia Fivecoat, Sunnyside Credit Union assistant manager, testified in Linda Fields’ murder trial Thursday.
October 31 2013
Linda Fields murder trial begins
Nevada
ELKO — The death of Jaromir “Jerry” Palensky was entangled in “domination and desperation,” said Rob Lowe, deputy district attorney.
October 31 2013
Woman suspected in Utah murders sentenced to 30 years in Nevada
Logan, Utah
Elko, Nev. • A Utah woman has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after earlier pleading guilty to burglary, kidnapping and robbery in the shooting of a woman during a botched carjacking in Nevada. Elko County District Judge Nancy Porter imposed the sentence Thursday on Angela Hill of Sanpete County, who will be eligible for parole after serving 11 years. Hill, 27, also was ordered to remain in ...
October 21 2013
Fields murder trial returns to Elko court
Nevada
ELKO — A murder trial for Linda Fields begins Tuesday with jury selection in Elko District Court.
October 19 2013
Elko man appeals 2003 conviction of infant's death
Nevada
David J. King stands while describing his tattoos that he had in 2003 to Senior Judge Charles M. McGee Wednesday, Sept.18, 2013 in Elko District Court, Elko, Nevada.
September 19 2013
Killer: Jailed Warren man is innocent
Las Vegas, Nevada
Tribune Chronicle WARREN - A judge in Elko, Nev., says she will have to read the complete court records involving two convicted killers from Warren before deciding if one of the men is entitled to a re-trial in a 13-year-old murder.
August 14 2013
A Family Affliction: Meth use destroys relationships
Nevada
ELKO — Standing in front of a courtroom full of people, Ron Deming describes how, for the first time in his 40-year life, he has a real relationship with his father.
August 02 2013
New courthouse security could require 3 deputies
Lamoille, nevada
ELKO — The sheriff’s office is asking the county to reconsider its decision to staff the courthouse with only 2.5 full-time employees.
July 30 2013
Mistrial for ex-Carlin prostitute on attempted murder
Nevada
ELKO — ELKO, Nev. (AP) — An Elko County District judge declared a mistrial Thursday in the case of an ex-prostitute charged with attempted murder in a hammer attack on a co-worker at a northeast Nevada brothel last summer.
July 17 2013
Juror's Text Forced Mistrial in Brothel Attack
Nevada
Elko County prosecutors say they will retry an ex-prostitute on attempted murder charges after a judge declared a mistrial because jurors had been discussing details of the hammer attack on a co-worker at a rural Nevada brothel last summer.
July 16 2013
Text messages forced mistrial in Carlin brothel attack case
Nevada
ELKO, Nev. (AP) — An ex-prostitute accused of attacking a co-worker with a claw hammer in a dispute over missing beer at a rural Nevada brothel will be retried on an attempted murder charge after a judge declared a mistrial because a juror sent text messages to a public defender about the jury, prosecutors said Friday.
July 16 2013
Text messages forced mistrial in NV brothel case
Nevada
ELKO, Nev. (AP) — An ex-prostitute accused of attacking a co-worker with a claw hammer in a dispute over missing beer at a rural Nevada brothel will be retried on an attempted murder charge after a judge declared a mistrial because a juror sent text messages to a public defender about the jury, prosecutors said Friday.
July 16 2013
NNRH celebrates annual National Hospital Week
Nevada
“At Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital we are more than just health care providers. We are your neighbors, family members and friends.” ELKO — Every year in May, National Hospital Week is celebrated by communities and health care professionals across the country.
May 22 2013
Fire damages Colony home, sends officers to hospital
Nevada
WELLS — A fire that may have started in a pile of cardboard boxes next to a home damaged more than a quarter of the house and sent a sheriff’s deputy and a tribal officer to the hospital, according to Elko County Sheriff Jim Pitts.
May 22 2013
New trial for woman in decade-old death of ranch hand found in Utah
Utah
An Elko woman whose murder conviction was overturned by the Nevada Supreme Court is going back on trial in the killing of a ranch hand whose body was found in Utah 10 years ago.
April 24 2013
Elko woman pleads not guilty — again to 2007 killing
Nevada
ELKO — An Elko woman pleaded not guilty Monday to the murder of Jaromir Palensky — the same crime for which a 2007 jury found her guilty.
April 23 2013
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