Judge Abbi Silver appears on “Eye on Nevada Politics” KLAV 1230AM

Judge Abbi Silver appears on “Eye on Nevada Politics” KLAV 1230AM


LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (September 23, 2013) – Endeavor Media Group, a full-service Las Vegas public relations agency announced today that Clark County District Court Judge Abbi Silver from the Civil/Criminal Division in Department 15 is scheduled to appear on the “Eye on Nevada Politics” radio show on Tuesday – September 24, 2013 at 8pm PT. “Eye on Nevada Politics” airs on KLAV 1230AM (Las Vegas, Nevada) and is hosted by Steve Sanson. This show will be co-hosted Andre Lagomarsino Esq.


Judge Abbi Silver is a lifelong resident of southern Nevada. She grew up in Boulder City and graduated from Clark High School in Las Vegas. In 1986, Judge Silver received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. In 1989, she received her Jurist Doctor degree from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, California.


From 1989 to 1990, Judge Silver passed the bar exams in both California and Nevada while working as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Earle White, Jr., Eighth Judicial District Court judge. In 1990, she joined the Clark County District Attorney’s office as a deputy district attorney.


From 1994 until 2003, Judge Silver was assigned to the Special Victims Unit of the District Attorney’s Office. She specialized in murder cases involving children and domestic violence, sexual assault cases of children and adults, child and elderly abuse cases, aggravated stalking cases and domestic violence cases.


In 1998, then-District Attorney Stewart Bell promoted her to chief deputy district attorney in the newly created Domestic Violence and Aggravated Stalking Division of the Special Victims Unit. For five years, Judge Silver supervised this unit consisting of attorneys, investigators, process servers, secretaries and clerks in cases involving murder, domestic violence, stalking and child and elderly abuse.


In 2002, she was nominated by Nevada Senator John Ensign and appointed by United States Attorney General John Ashcroft to serve as Nevada’s representative on the National Advisory Board-Violence Against Women and Children.


Judge Silver has served as the special prosecutor of Humboldt County on a double homicide case and for Lyon County on a child sexual assault case. She also prosecuted and obtained convictions against the stalkers of Senator John Ensign, Senator Harry Reid, entertainer Jerry Lewis, former-Sheriff Jerry Keller and casino owner Stephen Wynn.



In 2003, Judge Silver was elected to the Las Vegas Municipal Court. In 2006, Judge Silver was elected to the Las Vegas Justice Court. In 2009, Judge Silver was elected to the Eighth Judicial District Court.

 “Eye on Nevada Politics”

Learn about the elected officials who make decisions that govern our daily lives and shape our standard of living. The non-partisan political talk-show is hosted by Steve Sanson and will feature interviews by elected officials and candidates entering the 2014 Nevada election race. Each week a new co-host will accompany Steve Sanson.

Listen on KLAV 1230AM or on http://klav1230am.com/Shows/Eye-On-Nevada-Politics.html.


Call in to ask questions about events, issues and platforms of the guests, host and co-host. The call-in number is 702.731.1230.

For co-host and guest inquiries contact Steve Sanson by calling 702.283.8088 or writing to eyeonnevada@cs.com.

For advertising contact Robin Covey by calling 702.796.1230 EXT. 208 or by writing to robin.covey@lvradio.com.



The views and opinions expressed during the “Eye on Nevada Politics” radio show are those of the host, co-host(s), special guest(s), caller(s), e-mail author(s) and do not represent or reflect the views and opinions of KLAV 1230AM, Lotus Communications Corp and Endeavor Media Group.


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