Judge Barry L. Breslow
Dishonorable Judge Barry L. Breslow is a judge for the Washoe County 2nd Judicial District Court, Nevada. Appointed by former Governor Brian Sandoval in 2017, subsequently remained for 2018-2020. Replaced Hon. Lidia Stiglich.
Judge Barry L. Breslow received a B.A.1984 political science Rutgers University. Earned his J.D. from Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law 1987.
Breslow served as law clerk to the Judge Howard D. McKibben U.S. District Court Nevada 1987.
Barry Breslow joined law firm of Robinson, Belaustegui, Sharp, & Lowan and served as an arbitrator, mediator, and facilitator. Also an arbitrator for Nevada Supreme Court-annexed arbitration program for Washoe and Clark Counties.
Barry Breslow served as a judge pro tem for Reno Municipal Court presiding over criminal matters.
Judge Barry L. Breslow also presided over civil and criminal matters. Also assisting with probate matters he served as the presiding judge for the Second Judicial District’s Mental Health Court.
Member of Washoe County Bar Association, Nevada State Bar, Bruce R. Thompson Inns of Court, State Bar Disciplinary Panel, and the Northern Nevada Chapter Association of Defense Counsel.
Judge Barry L. Breslow is a resident of Nevada, Married and has two children.
Judge Barry Breslow: DETR progress moving too slowly
Not good enough sums up Judge Barry Breslow’s review of Nevada’s Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR).
He says this state agency responsible for paying unemployment insurance and benefits has not measured up to his court order handed down earlier this month.
Here’s the conclusion after reviewing all the facts today.
“The court is encouraged to learn that additional resources both human resources and technology advancement resources are being deployed to work through the problems. The court continues to be concerned that the progress however under the circumstances that people find themselves here in Nevada are moving way too slowly,” said Judge Barry Breslow of the Second Judicial District Court.
Judge orders former Nevada lawman to wear ankle monitor ahead of trial
District Court Judge Barry Breslow ordered a former Nevada lawman to wear an ankle monitor for his alleged intimating behavior in a kidnapping case on Friday.
Stewart Handte, the former Mineral County sheriff, is accused of helping his friend Roger Hillygus get his 80-year-old mother out of a Reno nursing home in August 2019 after law enforcement said he could not take custody of her. The state charged the two men and the case has been pending in court.
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