Assemblyman Toby Yurek

Party: Republican

Legislative Service

  • Nevada Assembly, 2023 (first elected November 2022)—one regular session

Other Public Service

  • Fourth Amendment legal instructor for multiple southern Nevada law enforcement academies, 2008-current
  • Henderson Municipal Court, Judge Pro Tempore, 2019-current
  • Hope International University, Board of Trustees, Member and Chairman, 2010-2020
  • Injured Police Officers Fund, Co-General Counsel, 2021-current
  • Lake Mead Christian Ministries, Governance Board, Member and President, 2009-2018
  • Las Vegas Police Managers and Supervisors Association, General Counsel, 2017-current
  • State Bar of Nevada, Fee Dispute Arbitration Committee, Mediator/Arbitrator, 2009-2020

Honors and Awards

  • Henderson/Green Valley Elks Lodge No. 2802, Officer of the Year, 2002
  • City of Henderson Police Department, Sworn Supervisor of the Year, 2006
  • Hope International University, Distinguished Alumni Award, 2015

Other Achievements

  • Nevada Peace Officers’ Standards and Training; Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, and Management Certificates
  • Co-wrote “The Automobile Exception in Nevada: A Critique of the Harnisch Cases,” published in Nevada Law Journal, Vol. 8, No. 2, 2008


  • Clark County Bar Association, Member, 2009-current
  • State Bar of Nevada, Member, 2009-current


  • Hope International University, B.A., Church Growth with Emphasis in Preaching
  • Boston University, M.S., Criminal Justice
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law, J.D.


Occupation: Law Firm Managing Partner, Retired Police Lieutenant
Recreation: Camping, Hunting, Spending time with family
Born: 1973, Anchorage, Alaska
Spouse: Carrie Yurek
Children: T.J., Tyler, Trey

Primary Sponsor

SB166 Revises provisions relating to collective bargaining by public employees. (BDR 23-556)
SB170 Revises provisions relating to crimes. (BDR 15-581)
AB175 Revises provisions governing boards of trustees of school districts. (BDR 34-692)
AB180 Revises the bargaining units of certain state employees who are peace officers. (BDR 23-765)
AB181 Revises provisions governing concealed firearms. (BDR 15-521)
AB230 Revises the deadline for returning mail ballots by mail. (BDR 24-736)
AB233 Revises provisions governing public safety. (BDR 15-764)
SB238 Makes various changes relating to certain voter registration agencies. (BDR 43-583)
AB275 Revises provisions governing the sealing of criminal records. (BDR 14-204)
AB277 Establishes provisions governing rural emergency hospitals. (BDR 40-637)
AB287 Provides that peace officers are immune from civil liability under certain circumstances. (BDR 3-1009)
AB295 Revises provisions relating to certain tax exemptions for veterans and surviving spouses of veterans. (BDR 32-691)
AB301 Revises provisions relating to public employees. (BDR 53-766)
SB322 Revises provisions relating to reckless driving. (BDR 43-934)
AB326 Revises provisions relating to elections. (BDR 24-690)
AB342 Requires a cannabis establishment agent to take certain actions to verify the age of a consumer before selling cannabis or a cannabis product. (BDR 56-1024)
AB351 Establishes the Deferred Retirement Option Program for certain public employees. (BDR 23-688)
SB383 Revises provisions relating to state governmental administration. (BDR 34-286)
AB420 Revises provisions governing education. (BDR 34-689)


AJR1 Urges the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to study the effectiveness and use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for veterans. (BDR R-838)
SCR3 Memorializes esteemed attorney and lobbyist Ben Graham. (BDR R-1095)
AJR4 Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to create an independent redistricting commission. (BDR C-739)
AB188 Revises provisions governing investigational treatments. (BDR 40-567)
AB194 Revises provisions governing the discipline of pupils. (BDR 34-199)
AB205 Establishes the Nevada Child Adoption Grant Program. (BDR 11-733)
SB212 Authorizes the reimbursement of teachers for certain out-of-pocket expenses. (BDR 34-585)
SB220 Revises provisions relating to the Nevada Educational Choice Scholarship Program. (BDR 34-99)
SB273 Changes the name of the Nevada State College to the Nevada State University. (BDR 34-968)
SB319 Revises provisions relating to public employees. (BDR 23-953)
AB335 Revises provisions governing education. (BDR 34-927)
AB356 Enacts provisions relating to mobile tracking devices. (BDR 15-1007)
SB361 Revises provisions relating to solid waste. (BDR 40-935)
AB370 Revises provisions governing elections. (BDR 24-202)
AB374 Revises provisions governing athletics in schools, the Nevada System of Higher Education and organizations for youth sports. (BDR 34-718)
SB420 Revises provisions relating to the payment of certain fees for legal services. (BDR S-667)
SB428 Proposes to exempt sales of diapers from sales and use taxes and analogous taxes upon approval by the voters. (BDR 32-1033)
AB429 Revises provisions relating to aviation. (BDR 18-716)