Martin Hastings to appear on the Veterans In Politics video Talk-show

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Veterans In Politics proudly announces Martin Hastings Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Department 6 and oversees Las Vegas Veterans Court will appear as special guests on the Veterans In Politics internet video talk-show Saturday, January 26, 2019.


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The VIP Talk-Show is a trusted source of information. For more than a decade, Steve Sanson, Jim Jonas , co-hosts Lena Ocasio and Mantis Toboggan and guest co-host Christina Ortiz have informed the listeners about important local and national issues. Not only do they discuss major national issues, but they also bring public’s attention to multiple local issues affecting our community that other news sources choose to ignore. Past guests are politicians, candidates running for public office, organization leaders, published authors, business owners and citizens. VIP‘s involvement in local affairs has led to investigations of multiple government agencies and corrupt individuals. VIP received special recognition and multiple awards from government officials and non-profit organizations.


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Martin Hastings Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Department 6



 Litigants Corner


Nevada Family Court Assessment to Review Las Vegas and Reno Family Courts

1/16/2019 10:26:42 AM

The Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts, has contracted with the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) to complete an assessment of Family Courts in Washoe and Clark Counties.


The Nevada Family Court Assessment will determine whether the Family Courts are meeting expectations of lawmakers and families, following state and local court rules, and resolving legal disputes timely and effectively.

The National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ), the research division of the NCJFCJ, will spend three months on phone interviews, electronic surveys, and site visits of the Family Courts in Las Vegas and Reno.

During the process, the NCJJ will review performance statistics and establish a baseline for the resolution of family law cases in Nevada. The statistics and interviews will be used to determine how Nevada’s family courts compare with best practices and other jurisdictions.

“This assessment will provide the public and the Supreme Court with a better understanding of how the Family Courts are meeting the intent of the Legislature and whether they serve their communities timely and effectively,” said Justice James W. Hardesty, who negotiated the Assessment with the NCJJ. “Family Courts are an important part of our judicial system. While various aspects of the system have been reviewed since the Family Court was created in 1991, we have not conducted an in-depth study of the entire system. It is timely and appropriate in order to provide a better understanding of how family courts are working, whether they have sufficient resources, how they can improve, and how they compare with best practices and other courts across the country.”

After the interviews and statistical research, the NCJJ will deliver a report to the Supreme Court of Nevada for judicial review, including possible changes to Family Court rules and procedures.

The report is expected to be ready by August 2019.


3 Finalists Named for Judicial Vacancy on the Nevada Court of Appeals

We were pleased to see the Nevada Supreme Court reported that Clark County Family Court Judges Charles Hoskin and Vincent Ochoa were not chosen to sit on the Nevada Appellate Court. Discovery Commissioner Bonnie Bulla, Carson City Attorney Tracie Lindeman, and Clark County District Court Judge Jerry Wiese were forwarded to Governor Steve Sisolak as candidates for the appointment to the Court. All appear to be much better candidates. Let’s never stop until corruption is removed from our Judicial System. Special thank you to the Nevada Judicial Selection Committee for listening to our voices and take action.


1/15/2019 2:00:33 PM

The names of three attorneys have been recommended to Governor Steve Sisolak for his consideration to fill the opening on the Nevada Court of Appeals made vacant by the election of Chief Judge Abbi Silver to the Nevada Supreme Court.


The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection’s three nominees for the open position, in alphabetical order, are:

  • Bonnie A. Bulla, 56, Las Vegas, Eighth Judicial District Court, Office of the Discovery Commissioner
  • Tracie K. Lindeman, 56, Carson City, Attorney
  • Jerry Wiese, 52, Las Vegas, Eighth Judicial District Court, Dept. 30

Nine Nevada attorneys with 15 years of legal experience and two years of Nevada residency applied for the position and participated in public interviews in Las Vegas. As has been the rule since 2007, the Commission’s interviews were open to the public and public comment was requested.

In selecting the finalists, the Commission considered the applicants’ interviews along with information in comprehensive applications about education, law practice, business involvement, community involvement, and professional and personal conduct. The Commission also considered letters of reference and public statements during the interview process.

The Governor’s appointee must run in the 2020 General Election, win to retain the seat, and serve out the remaining two-year balance of the term. The appointee then must run again for retention and a six-year term in 2022.

No time limit exists for the Governor to make his choice. However, if appointments are not made within 30 days following submission of names by the Commission, the Governor may make no other appointments to public office.


Court order: Washoe family court Judge David Humke to resign, barred from judicial office


President of Veterans In Politics International Blast Clark County Family Court Judges


Steve Sanson President of Veterans In Politics Blast Clark County Family Court Judges part 1-2


Steve Sanson President of Veterans In Politics Blast Clark County Family Court Judges part 2-2


Opinion Corner


All of us have a civic duty to ourselves, to leave this world BETTER than we found it.


What better way to do that and become involved in our elected process.


Join me and let us UNITE to place great people into elected seats that is FAIR AND JUST!


TOGETHER we can overcome any obstacles that are placed before us!


Steve Sanson
President of Veterans In Politics International


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Veterans In Politics proudly announces Michele Fiore Las Vegas City Councilwoman Ward 6 and Mark Stevens Henderson Municipal Court Chief Judge-Department 1, both will appear as special guests on the Veterans In Politics internet video talk-show



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