Court says ordinance on interfering with police is too broad

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Carson City Sheriff Kenny FurlongBy Cy Ryan (contact)
CARSON CITY — The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that a Carson City ordinance that prevents people from interfering with an officer making an arrest is unconstitutional because it is too broad.

In a 5-2 decision today, the court overturned the conviction of William A. Scott on a misdemeanor charge of hindering or obstructing an officer in making an arrest, according to court records.

In February 2014, Scott was a passenger in a car that was stopped for allegedly running a stop sign. The officer said he smelled alcohol and asked the driver if he would consent to an alcohol test, according to court records.

Scott interrupted the officer several times and told the driver he didn’t have to do anything the deputy suggested, according to records.

Scott was then arrested for hindering the officer from doing his duty, according to the court records. He was…

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Kill Tatro: You Will Die

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Corrupt “Judge” Tatro the child molesting judge has a long list people who want him dead.

Carson City DA Jason Woodbury explains DNA warrant

Carson City District Attorney Jason Woodbury spoke Friday, Dec. 18, 2015 about a rare step the agency is taking to identify and prosecute a suspect. A DNA warrant, which identifies the accused using the fictitious name “John Doe” together with the accused’s DNA profile, is rare. The measure is being used to help investigators solve the case of threats made against a Carson City judge and his wife in which shots were fired into his home in December 2012.

Carson City area law enforcement officials and the Carson City District Attorney announced Friday the issuance of a DNA arrest warrant for the shooter who fired bullets into the home of Carson City Judge John Tatro and his wife in December 2012.

Sheriff Ken Furlong who sucks…

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The U.S. court system is so fucked up that for some the only justice will come from guns, pipe bombs, and pitchforks

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When corrupt lawyers, judges, cops, prosecutors and other G-Men are snuffed out – Everyone Wins.

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Nevada AG and law enforcement begin sorting out rules for body cameras on corrupt Nevada pigs

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body camFaced with a new statute that mandates Nevada Highway Patrol officers begin wearing body cameras, agency officials and the Attorney General’s Office are working on regulations for not only NHP but statewide.

To do so, they have to wade through what Greg Zunino of the Attorney General’s Office said is a long list of issues ranging from when the cameras must be on, when they should be off, who has access to the video records and how long must they be kept.

The cameras were required by this year’s Nevada Legislature. Lawmakers passed Senate Bill 111, which Capt. Natasha Koch, manager of the NHP program, said also included $1.2 million to pay for them.

“They present different challenges than dash-mounted cameras,” Zunino said. “But probably every law enforcement agency in the state will, at some point in the future, consider deploying body-worn cameras.”

He said the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police…

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The Carson City Library will host a “Virtual Read-Out” during Banned Books Week, bringing together our community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular

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Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the value of free and open access to information.

Carson City Library will host a “Virtual Read-Out” during Banned Books Week, bringing together our community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular.

Carson City Library’s “Virtual Read-Out” will take place on three separate days: Sunday, Sept. 27, 2 pm-4 pm; Monday, Sept. 28, 11 am-1 pm; and a special read-out on Tuesday, Sept. 29, from 6 pm to 8 pm, with bestselling author Ellen Hopkins reading from her own challenged books.

The community is invited to participate in the virtual read-out by visiting the library during the scheduled events. Participants will select a passage from one of the targeted titles (held in reserve for this occasion) and…

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Carson City Sheriff’s Office offering $2,000 for suspect in corrupt Judge Tatro arson attempt

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The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s help in identifying a person of interest in an attempted arson on a Carson City judge.

The Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the Nevada Department of Public Safety Investigation Division, has been investigating multiple incidents of attempted violence against Carson City Judge John Tatro. With the most recent incident being on May 13, 2015, around 1:08 a.m. when an incendiary device was placed in front of the garage door at the Tatro residence. The device burned for a while, but didn’t ignite and no damage was reported. Nearby video footage captured the image of a light colored sedan driving in the area before and after the incident.

judge tatroThis incident was determined to have been connected to a drive-by shooting that occurred at the Tatro residence in 2012. Original reports state at 4:23 a.m. Dec. 11, 2012, Tatro called 911 to…

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Massive CRIME SCENE at the Reno Federal Courthouse – The 7th Amendment protest resumes…

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Today August 19, 2015 Ty Robben resumed his protest at the Reno Federal Courthouse in Reno, Nevada. Ty Robben want’s his day in court and has argued that the use of Summary Judgment also called FRCP 56 is unconstitutional and a violation of the 7th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

The protests seem to have had a positive affect, the court has responded very quickly in denying the Defendants Carson City et al latest delay tacit. Reno Federal District Court Judge Miranda Du denied Reno Attorney Brian Brown of the unscrupulous Reno law firm thorndal armstrong delk balkenbush & eisinger

Miranda Du, Brian Browm, reno, nevada,federal courthouse, crime scene, ty robben, thorndal armstrong delk balkenbush & eisinger, Reno Federal Court turns into a CRIME SCENE

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