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Meet Jonathan Cooper

Candidate for North Las Vegas Justice Court Dept. 2

Jonathan is a dedicated and experienced public servant who is committed to justice and North Las Vegas. He currently serve as a Hearing Master with the Eighth Judicial District Court. He has a diverse background in the law, a passion for justice and deeply loves this community that raised him. He is the ideal candidate for North Las Vegas Justice Court Dept. 2. He believe in fairness, integrity, and upholding the rights of all. With a proven track record of making a positive impact on the bench, he is ready to bring positive change to North Las Vegas Justice Court Dept. 2. Please click the button below to get to know Jonathan better and learn more about his vision for a better North Las Vegas.

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 A positive force for justice and our community

Positive impact from the Bench

Jonathan is Currently serving as a Hearing Master with the Eighth Judicial District Court. He was appointed to this position by the Eighth Judicial District Court's Chief Judge in 2022. As a Hearing Master he presides over domestic violence related cases to ensure victims of domestic violence are kept safe with protective orders.

Positive advocate for victims 

Jonathan started his legal career as a Clark County Deputy District Attorney. He was promoted to Chief Deputy District Attorney. During his time in the District Attorney's office he spent years working on the Elder Abuse Unit helping ensure that some of our most vulnerable citizens were protected. 

Positive voice to protect the rights of all 

Jonathan worked for several years defending the rights of those accused of crimes. He understands the important of ensuring everyone has a fair and equal opportunity to be heard. Jonathan will continue to work tirelessly to ensure that everyone that comes before him is treated fairly and that justice is served. 

Positive Community role model 

Jonathan gives back to his community and strives to be a positive mentor and role model for our next generation. He volunteers with the District Court Truancy Diversion Program working to keep our youth in school. He serves as a mentor with the Clark County Summer Business Institute helping high school students learn how to deal with the challenges of entering the workforce. He also has served as a Transitioning into Practice mentor assisting new attorneys transition from students to practicing lawyers.

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