Where proceedings may be instituted; consent is not defense.
1. Any proceedings for kidnapping may be instituted either in the county where the offense was committed or in any county through or in which the person kidnapped or confined was taken or kept while under confinement or restraint.
2. Upon the trial for violation of NRS 200.310 to 200.350, inclusive, the consent thereto of the person kidnapped or confined shall not be a defense unless it appears satisfactorily to the jury that such person was above the age of 18 years and that his consent was not extorted by threats, duress or fraud.
Last modified: February 25, 2006