Former Clark County Public Administrator Accused of Murder Suspended From Practicing Law
LAS VEGAS: The former public administrator of Clark County, who is accused of killing a seasoned Las Vegas journalist, was hit with a new allegation on Wednesday.
His ability to practice law is now being impacted by the new charge. Robert Telles’ ability to practice law has been suspended by the Nevada Supreme Court. This comes after a charge that he misused client money.
As per court records received, Tels transferred funds from his trust account after quitting his private business to become the public administrator. According to records, this move raises the possibility of improper handling of customer funds.
In connection with German’s stories on misbehavior in the Office of the Public Administrator, Robert Telles is the only suspect in the murder of news reporter Jeff German. Telles is being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Facility.