Governor Sisolak Appoints Jacqueline Bluth to Eighth Judicial District Court, Department Six

CARSON CITY, NV - March 26, 2019

Today, Governor Steve Sisolak announced the appointment of Jacqueline Bluth of Las Vegas to the Eighth Judicial District Court, Department Six. Bluth currently serves as chief deputy district attorney for Clark County in the homicide division.

“Jacqueline is a born-and-raised Nevadan with a distinguished career pursuing justice for the people of Nevada,” Governor Sisolak said. “I am confident that she will make an excellent addition to the bench in the Eighth Judicial District Court.”

Since 2007, Bluth has worked in the Clark County District Attorney’s Office and currently serves as the chief deputy district attorney for the homicide division. In this role, Bluth is responsible for litigating a large caseload of homicides that occur within Clark County and works on anywhere from five to eight trials each year. Previously, Bluth worked as a law clerk at the Law Offices of Bradley, Drendel, and Jeanney, and at the Law Office of Benson and Bingham, both in Las Vegas.

Bluth was admitted to the Nevada Bar in 2007. She earned her Juris Doctor from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and her Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice from the University of Nevada, Reno.



Helen Kalla
Communications Director