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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - William Terry
A suspended UNLV basketball player will remain free without bail pending a Nov. 12 preliminary hearing on charges that that he stole expensive Nike sneakers, $500 cash and almost $900 worth of video games from a friend's apartment.
An ex-prosecutor who handled some of Las Vegas' highest profile drug cases before he was arrested with a $40 rock of crack cocaine in his car has taken a plea deal of the kind he used to negotiate with celebrities like Paris Hilton and Bruno Mars.
A Las Vegas prosecutor who handled recent drug cases involving Paris Hilton and pop singer Bruno Mars has resigned following his arrest in a crack cocaine case.
"There's no adjudication of guilt," Terry told The Associated Press. "If he successfully completes the requirements of probation and outpatient drug and alcohol counseling, the case is dismissed and we can apply for it to be expunged."
A Clark County District Court judge agreed to postpone recording the conviction while the 48-year-old Schubert serves three years' probation, defense lawyer William Terry said Wednesday.