Nevada laws on dating
The lawsuit argues the law violates clients’ constitutional rights to due process and equal protection; amounts to double jeopardy; and violates separation of powers and contract provisions.
Monica Moazez, spokeswoman for the attorney general’s office, said state attorneys are reviewing the lawsuit and had no immediate comment.
It is the policy of UNLV that no university employee may hire or cause to be hired, nor supervise, any relative of the employee otherwise employed by the university within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity, except with the prior approval of the president.
The lawsuit filed late Tuesday in Clark County District Court on behalf of unnamed plaintiffs identified as Does 1-17, argues Assembly Bill 579 is vague and overbroad in its application, and that the state is applying the law unequally and has no procedures for people to challenge their inclusion on the registry.
It seemed like a simple rule: don't get involved in a political campaign while serving on Nevada's Ethics Commission.
After all, legislators created the commission as the main safeguard against misconduct by candidates and elected officials.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the law, though the latest lawsuit raises new legal issues.
Under Nevada’s previous law, people convicted of sex crimes were assessed on their risk of reoffending.