DA gets fourth delay on filing drug trafficking charges against Marsy’s Law founder

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District Attorney Steve Wolfson appearing in a campaign ad for Marsy's Law last year.
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District Attorney Steve Wolfson appearing in a campaign ad for Marsy’s Law.

The billionaire behind the successful Nevada ballot measure Marsy’s Law, aimed at protecting victims of crime, has yet to be charged in connection with his Las Vegas arrest last August.

Police say Henry T. Nicholas was in possession of enough drugs to warrant trafficking charges but District Attorney Steve Wolfson, who campaigned on behalf of Nicholas’ ballot question, has yet to bring any charges.  

Last week, Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Karen Bennett-Haron continued the case until March.  It’s the fourth continuance requested by the District Attorney.

Wolfson did not immediately respond to the Current’s request for comment.

Dana Gentry
Reporter | Dana Gentry is a native Las Vegan and award-winning investigative journalist. She is a graduate of Bishop Gorman High School and holds a Bachelor's degree in Communications from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Gentry began her career in broadcasting as an intern at Channel 8, KLAS-TV. She later became a reporter at Channel 8, working with Las Vegas TV news legends Bob Stoldal and the late Ned Day. Gentry left her reporting job in 1985 to focus on motherhood. She returned to TV news in 2001 to launch "Face to Face with Jon Ralston" and the weekly business programs In Business Las Vegas and Vegas Inc, which she co-anchored with Jeff Gillan. Dana is the mother of four adult children, three cats, three dogs and a cockatoo.


  1. while it’s completely understandable and convenient to describe marsy’s law as an effort to bolster “victim’s rights,” it might also be nice to reference the arguments it’s just as much a severe curtailing of the rights of the accused.


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