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Topic - Steven Brooks
A former Nevada lawmaker who led California police on a high-speed chase on the day he was expelled from the state Assembly has entered into a plea deal in the felony case.
A former Las Vegas-area lawmaker has pleaded no contest to charges stemming from a freeway chase and a fight with police in Southern California.
A pretrial hearing was again reset for a former Las Vegas-area lawmaker jailed in California for nearly a year since his arrest in a freeway scuffle with police the day he was expelled from the Nevada Legislature.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A former Las Vegas-area lawmaker facing felony charges in California after a freeway chase and a fight with police on the day he was expelled from the state Assembly was granted another delay in his case Friday.
A Democrat representing Las Vegas could go down in Nevada history as the first lawmaker to be expelled from the legislature.
A Democratic assemblyman who represents the Las Vegas district was booted from the state Legislature following an arrest on charges of threatening the speaker and then his wife.
"There would be a great deal of work to do," Brooks said.
There's a lot to do before annual grants of up to $4,200 a year per student can flow, and it's not clear the program will be ready in time for the start of the next school year in August, State Educational Assistance Authority executive director Steven Brooks said.