Nevada Judge Banned From Bench Working As Utah City Attorney
SALT LAKE CITY — A former Nevada judge who was banned from the bench is working as a city attorney in Utah.
The Deseret News reported Conrad Hafen became a Saratoga Springs assistant city attorney in January.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline censured Hafen following confrontations in his courtroom from 2014 to 2016. The Utah native lost a bid for reelection as a Las Vegas justice of the peace in 2016 and signed an agreement not to contest the censure or serve in a judicial position in February 2017.
The disciplinary commission found Hafen abused his authority and failed to file written contempt-of-court filings.