Las Vegas judge delays Telles murder trial amid ongoing bribery probe


The trial of Robert Telles, the former Clark County public administrator charged in the murder of Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German was postponed indefinitely Tuesday to give prosecutors more time to sift through evidence from a separate bribery investigation involving Telles.

Clark County District Judge Michelle Leavitt acknowledged the complexity of reviewing the almost five terabytes of digital evidence obtained, highlighting the challenges ahead. “I don't know how long it will take you to go through that information, whether you feel like you have to do more investigation,” Leavitt said.

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