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This undated photo provided by Sean Laughlin's attorney shows Las Vegas entertainer Sean Laughlin. Two rural Nevada counties have paid $250,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a former Las Vegas entertainer who was wrongfully jailed for 18 days for a burglary he didn't commit in an apparent case of mistaken identity, his lawyer said Wednesday, March13, 2019. Sean Laughlin, 56, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Reno in October against Nye and Lyon counties accusing them of violating his constitutional due process rights and Nevada law requiring that jailed suspects see a judge within 72 hours. (Sean Laughlin via AP)

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Nye, Lyon counties settle suit with wrongly jailed Vegas performer after Carson City traffic stop

RENO — Two rural Nevada counties have paid $250,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a former Las Vegas entertainer who was wrongfully jailed for 18 days for a burglary he didn’t commit in a bizarre case of mistaken identity, his lawyer said Wednesday.

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