Man accused in journalist’s murder wins trial delay


The trial date for former Clark County administrator Robert Telles, accused in the murder of investigative reporter Jeff German this past September, has been pushed back so the defense could have time to receive and study the evidence.

Eighth Judicial District Court Judge Michelle Leavitt on Wednesday set Nov. 6 for the jury trial of Telles.

German, 69, an employee of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, was found stabbed to death in the front yard of his home in northwest Las Vegas. Before his death, German was writing investigative stories regarding Telles, 45, a former Clark County public administrator.

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