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Nevada Revised Statutes - Witnesses and Evidence

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.020

Scope of title 4 of NRS.

1. This title governs proceedings in the courts of this State and before magistrates, except:

(a) To the extent to which its ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.030

Purposes of title 4 of NRS. The purposes of this title are to secure fairness in administration, elimination of unjustifiable expense and delay, and promotion of growth and development of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.040

Rulings on evidence: Effect of error.

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, error may not be predicated upon a ruling which admits or excludes evidence unless a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.050

Rulings on evidence: Record of offer and ruling. The judge may add any other or further statement which shows the character of the evidence, the form in which it was ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.060

Preliminary questions of admissibility: Determination.

1. Preliminary questions concerning the qualification of a person to be a witness, the existence of a privilege or the admissibility of evidence shall ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.070

Preliminary questions of admissibility: Relevancy conditioned on fact.

1. When the relevancy of evidence depends upon the fulfillment of a condition of fact, the judge shall admit it upon ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.080

Determinations of admissibility: Hearing of jury. In jury cases, hearings on preliminary questions of admissibility, offers of proof in narrative or question and answer form, and statements of the judge ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.090

Preliminary hearings on confessions and evidence. Preliminary hearings on the admissibility of confessions or statements by the accused or evidence allegedly unlawfully obtained shall be conducted outside the hearing of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.100

Weight and credibility. NRS 47.060 to 47.090, inclusive, do not limit the right of a party to introduce before the jury evidence relevant to weight or credibility. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.110

Limited admissibility. When evidence which is admissible as to one party or for one purpose but inadmissible as to another party or for another purpose is admitted, the judge, upon ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.120

Remainder of writings or recorded statements.

1. When any part of a writing or recorded statement is introduced by a party, he may be required at that time to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.130

Matters of fact.

1. The facts subject to judicial notice are facts in issue or facts from which they may be inferred.

2. A judicially noticed fact must ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.140

Matters of law. The laws subject to judicial notice are:

1. The Constitution and statutes of the United States, and the contents of the Federal Register.

2. The ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.150

Discretionary and mandatory notice.

1. A judge or court may take judicial notice, whether requested or not.

2. A judge or court shall take judicial notice if requested ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.160

Opportunity to be heard. A party is entitled upon timely request to an opportunity to be heard as to the propriety of taking judicial notice and the tenor of the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.170

Time of taking notice. Judicial notice may be taken at any stage of the proceeding prior to submission to the court or jury. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.180

Presumptions generally: Effect; direct evidence.

1. A presumption, other than a presumption against the accused in a criminal action, imposes on the party against whom it is directed the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.190

Determination on evidence of basic facts. When a presumption is made conclusive by statute or no direct evidence is introduced contrary to the existence of the presumed fact, the question ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.200

Determination on evidence of presumed fact: Where basic facts established. When reasonable minds would necessarily agree that the evidence renders the existence of the basic facts more probable than not, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.210

Determination on evidence of presumed fact: Where basic facts lacking. When reasonable minds would necessarily agree that the evidence does not render the existence of the basic facts more probable ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.220

Determination on evidence of presumed fact: Where basic facts doubtful. When reasonable minds would not necessarily agree as to whether the evidence renders the existence of the basic facts more ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.230

Presumptions against accused in criminal actions.

1. In criminal actions, presumptions against an accused recognized at common law or created by statute, including statutory provisions that certain facts are ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 47.240

Conclusive presumptions. The following presumptions, and no others, are conclusive:

1. A malicious and guilty intent, from the deliberate commission of an unlawful act, for the purpose of injuring ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.015

“Relevant evidence” defined. As used in this chapter, “relevant evidence” means evidence having any tendency to make the existence of any fact that is of consequence to the determination of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.025

Relevant evidence generally admissible; irrelevant evidence inadmissible.

1. All relevant evidence is admissible, except:

(a) As otherwise provided by this title;

(b) As limited by the Constitution ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.035

Exclusion of relevant evidence on grounds of prejudice, confusion or waste of time.

1. Although relevant, evidence is not admissible if its probative value is substantially outweighed by the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.039

Testimony of witness who previously underwent hypnosis to recall subject matter of testimony.

1. The testimony of a witness who previously has undergone hypnosis to recall events that are ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.045

Evidence of character inadmissible to prove conduct; exceptions; other crimes.

1. Evidence of a person’s character or a trait of his character is not admissible for the purpose of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.055

Methods of proving character.

1. In all cases in which evidence of character or a trait of character of a person is admissible, proof may be made by testimony ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.059

Habit; routine practice.

1. Evidence of the habit of a person or the routine practice of an organization, whether corroborated or not and regardless of the presence of eyewitnesses, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.061

Effects of domestic violence.

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, evidence of domestic violence and expert testimony concerning the effect of domestic violence, including, without limitation, the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.069

Previous sexual conduct of victim of sexual assault: Procedure for admission of evidence to prove victim’s consent. In any prosecution for sexual assault or for attempt to commit or conspiracy ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.071

Exclusion of evidence of address and telephone number of victim of sexual assault.

1. In any prosecution for sexual assault, the district attorney may, by written motion upon reasonable ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.075

Transactions and conversations with or actions of deceased person. Evidence is not inadmissible solely because it is evidence of transactions or conversations with or the actions of a deceased person. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.077

Contents of lawfully intercepted communications. Except as limited by this section, in addition to the matters made admissible by NRS 179.465, the contents of any communication lawfully intercepted under the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.095

Subsequent remedial measures.

1. When, after an event, measures are taken which, if taken previously, would have made the event less likely to occur, evidence of the subsequent measures ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.105

Compromise; offers to compromise.

1. Evidence of:

(a) Furnishing or offering or promising to furnish; or

(b) Accepting or offering or promising to accept,

Ê ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.109

Closure of meeting held to further resolution of dispute; exclusion of admission, representation or statement made during mediation proceedings; confidentiality of matter discussed during mediation proceeding.

1. A meeting ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.115

Payment of medical and similar expenses. Evidence of furnishing or offering or promising to pay medical, hospital or similar expenses occasioned by an injury is not admissible to prove liability ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.125

Withdrawn plea of guilty or offer to plead guilty not admissible; plea of nolo contendere or offer to plead nolo contendere not admissible.

1. Evidence of a plea of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 48.135

Liability insurance.

1. Evidence that a person was or was not insured against liability is not admissible upon the issue whether he acted negligently or otherwise wrongfully.

2. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.015

Privileges recognized only as provided.

1. Except as otherwise required by the Constitution of the United States or of the State of Nevada, and except as provided in this ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.025

Required reports privileged by statute.

1. A person making a return or report required by law to be made has a privilege to refuse to disclose and to prevent ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.027

Prevention of disclosure of privileged matter by interpreter. A person who has a privilege against the disclosure of a matter may prevent the disclosure of that matter by an interpreter ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.035

Definitions. As used in NRS 49.035 to 49.115, inclusive, the words and phrases defined in NRS 49.045 to 49.085, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in NRS 49.045 to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.045

“Client” defined. “Client” means a person, including a public officer, corporation, association or other organization or entity, either public or private, who is rendered professional legal services by a lawyer, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.055

“Confidential” defined. A communication is “confidential” if it is not intended to be disclosed to third persons other than those to whom disclosure is in furtherance of the rendition of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.065

“Lawyer” defined. “Lawyer” means a person authorized, or reasonably believed by the client to be authorized, to practice law in any state or nation. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.075

“Representative of the client” defined. “Representative of the client” means a person having authority to obtain professional legal services, or to act on advice rendered pursuant thereto, on behalf of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.085

“Representative of the lawyer” defined. “Representative of the lawyer” means a person employed by the lawyer to assist in the rendition of professional legal services. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.095

General rule of privilege. A client has a privilege to refuse to disclose, and to prevent any other person from disclosing, confidential communications:

1. Between himself or his representative ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.105

Who may claim privilege.

1. The privilege may be claimed by the client, his guardian or conservator, the personal representative of a deceased client, or the successor, trustee or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.115

Exceptions. There is no privilege under NRS 49.095 or 49.105:

1. If the services of the lawyer were sought or obtained to enable or aid anyone to commit or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.117

“Review committee” defined. As used in NRS 49.117 to 49.123, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, “review committee” means:

1. An organized committee of:

(a) A hospital;

...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.119

General rule of privilege. A review committee has a privilege to refuse to disclose and to prevent any other person from disclosing its proceedings and records and testimony given before ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.121

Who may claim privilege.

1. The privilege may be claimed by any member of the review committee, any person whose work has been reviewed by the committee or any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.123

Exceptions. There is no privilege under NRS 49.119 or 49.121 as to:

1. A statement made by an applicant for staff privileges at a hospital; or

2. Any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.125

Definitions. As used in NRS 49.125 to 49.205, inclusive, the words and phrases defined in NRS 49.135 to 49.175, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in NRS 49.135 to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.135

“Accountant” defined. “Accountant” means a person certified or registered as a public accountant under chapter 628 of NRS who holds a live permit. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.145

“Client” defined. “Client” means a person, including a public officer, corporation, association or other organization or entity, either public or private, who is rendered professional accounting services by an accountant, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.155

“Confidential” defined. A communication is “confidential” if it is not intended to be disclosed to third persons other than those to whom disclosure is in furtherance of the rendition of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.165

“Representative of the accountant” defined. “Representative of the accountant” means a person employed by the accountant to assist in the rendition of professional accounting services. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.175

“Representative of the client” defined. “Representative of the client” means a person having authority to obtain professional accounting services, or to act on advice rendered pursuant thereto, on behalf of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.185

General rule of privilege. A client has a privilege to refuse to disclose, and to prevent any other person from disclosing, confidential communications:

1. Between himself or his representative ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.195

Who may claim privilege.

1. The privilege may be claimed by the client, his guardian or conservator, the personal representative of a deceased client, or the successor, trustee or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.205

Exceptions. There is no privilege under NRS 49.185 or 49.195:

1. If the services of the accountant were sought or obtained to enable or aid anyone to commit or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.207

Definitions. As used in NRS 49.207 to 49.213, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires:

1. A communication is “confidential” if it is not intended to be disclosed to third ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.209

General rule of privilege. A patient has a privilege to refuse to disclose and to prevent any other person from disclosing confidential communications between himself and his psychologist or any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.211

Who may claim privilege.

1. The privilege may be claimed by the patient, by his guardian or conservator or by the personal representative of a deceased patient.

2. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.213

Exceptions. There is no privilege pursuant to NRS 49.209 or 49.211:

1. For communications relevant to an issue in a proceeding to hospitalize the patient for mental illness, if ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.215

Definitions. As used in NRS 49.215 to 49.245, inclusive:

1. A communication is “confidential” if it is not intended to be disclosed to third persons other than:

(a) ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.225

General rule of privilege. A patient has a privilege to refuse to disclose and to prevent any other person from disclosing confidential communications among himself, his doctor or persons who ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.235

Who may claim privilege.

1. The privilege may be claimed by the patient, by his guardian or conservator, or by the personal representative of a deceased patient.

2. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.245

Exceptions. There is no privilege under NRS 49.225 or 49.235:

1. For communications relevant to an issue in proceedings to hospitalize the patient for mental illness, if the doctor ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.246

Definitions. As used in NRS 49.246 to 49.249, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires:

1. “Client” means a person who consults or is interviewed by a marriage and family ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.247

General rule of privilege. A client has a privilege to refuse to disclose, and to prevent any other person from disclosing, confidential communications among himself, his marriage and family therapist ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.248

Who may claim privilege.

1. The privilege may be claimed by the client, by his guardian or conservator, or by the personal representative of a deceased client.

2. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.249

Exceptions. There is no privilege under NRS 49.247 or 49.248:

1. If the client communicates to the marriage and family therapist that he intends or plans to commit what ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.251

Definitions. As used in NRS 49.251 to 49.254, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires:

1. “Client” means a person who consults or is interviewed by a social worker for ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.252

General rule of privilege. A client has a privilege to refuse to disclose, and to prevent any other person from disclosing confidential communications among himself, his social worker or any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.253

Who may claim privilege.

1. The privilege may be claimed by the client, his guardian or conservator or by the personal representative of a deceased client.

2. The ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.254

Exceptions. There is no privilege under NRS 49.252 or 49.253:

1. If the services of the social worker are sought or obtained to enable or aid anyone to commit ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.2541

Definitions. As used in NRS 49.2541 to 49.2549, inclusive, the words and terms defined in NRS 49.2542 to 49.2545, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in those sections. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.2542

“Domestic violence” defined. “Domestic violence” means an act described in NRS 33.018. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.2543

“Sexual assault” defined. “Sexual assault” means a violation of NRS 200.366 or an attempt to violate or conspiracy to violate NRS 200.366. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.2544

“Victim” defined. “Victim” means a person who alleges that an act of domestic violence or sexual assault has been committed against the person. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.2545

“Victim’s advocate” defined. “Victim’s advocate” means a person who works for a nonprofit program that provides assistance to victims with or without compensation and who has received at least 20 ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.2546

When communication deemed to be confidential; “communication” defined.

1. A communication shall be deemed to be confidential if the communication is between a victim and a victim’s advocate and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.2547

General rule of privilege. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 49.2549, a victim who seeks advice, counseling or assistance from a victim’s advocate has a privilege to refuse to disclose, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.2548

Who may claim privilege.

1. The privilege provided pursuant to NRS 49.2547 may be claimed by:

(a) The victim;

(b) The guardian or conservator of the victim;

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.2549

Exceptions. There is no privilege pursuant to NRS 49.2547 if:

1. The purpose of the victim in seeking services from a victim’s advocate is to enable or aid any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.255

Confessor and confessant. A clergyman or priest shall not, without the consent of the person making the confession, be examined as a witness as to any confession made to him ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.265

Committees for review of medical or dental care.

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2:

(a) The proceedings and records of:

(1) Organized committees of hospitals, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.275

News media. No reporter, former reporter or editorial employee of any newspaper, periodical or press association or employee of any radio or television station may be required to disclose any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.285

Public officer as witness. A public officer shall not be examined as a witness as to communications made to him in official confidence, when the public interests would suffer by ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.290

Counselor and pupil.

1. As used in this section, “counselor” means a person who is regularly employed by a public or private school in this state as a counselor, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.291

Teacher and pupil.

1. As used in this section, “teacher” means a person who is regularly employed by a public or private school in this state as a teacher ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.295

Husband and wife: General rule of privilege; exceptions.

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsections 2 and 3 and NRS 49.305:

(a) A husband cannot be examined as ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.305

Husband and wife: Exception for insanity. When a husband or wife is insane, and has been so declared by a court of competent jurisdiction, the other shall be a competent ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.315

Political vote. Every person has a privilege to refuse to disclose the tenor of his vote at a political election conducted by secret ballot unless the vote was cast illegally. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.325

Trade secrets.

1. A person has a privilege, which may be claimed by him or his agent or employee, to refuse to disclose and to prevent other persons from ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.335

Privilege to refuse disclosure of identity of informer. The State or a political subdivision thereof has a privilege to refuse to disclose the identity of a person who has furnished ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.345

Who may claim. The privilege may be claimed by an appropriate representative of the State, regardless of whether the information was furnished to an officer of the State or a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.355

Voluntary disclosure; informer a witness. No privilege exists under NRS 49.335 or 49.345 if the identity of the informer or his interest in the subject matter of his communication has ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.365

Testimony on guilt or innocence. If the state or a political subdivision elects not to disclose the identity of an informer and the circumstances indicate a reasonable probability that the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.375

Legality of obtaining evidence.

1. If information from an informer is relied upon to establish the legality of the means by which evidence was obtained and the judge is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.385

Waiver of privilege by voluntary disclosure.

1. A person upon whom these rules confer a privilege against disclosure of a confidential matter waives the privilege if he or his ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.395

Privileged matter disclosed under compulsion or without opportunity to claim privilege. Evidence of a statement or other disclosure of privileged matter is inadmissible against the holder of the privilege if ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 49.405

Comment upon or inference from claim of privilege; instruction.

1. The claim of a privilege, whether in the present proceeding or upon a prior occasion, is not a proper ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.015

General rule of competency. Every person is competent to be a witness except as otherwise provided in this title. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.025

Lack of personal knowledge.

1. A witness may not testify to a matter unless:

(a) Evidence is introduced sufficient to support a finding that he has personal knowledge ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.035

Oath or affirmation.

1. Before testifying, every witness shall be required to declare that he will testify truthfully, by oath or affirmation administered in a form calculated to awaken ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.045

Interpreters. Interpreters are subject to the provisions of this chapter relating to qualification as an expert. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.050

Interpreters for handicapped persons: Definitions; appointment required in judicial proceedings; compensation. [Effective through June 30, 2005.]

1. As used in NRS 50.050 to 50.053, inclusive, unless the context requires ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.050

Interpreters for person with disability: Definitions; appointment required in judicial proceedings; compensation. [Effective July 1, 2005.]

1. As used in NRS 50.050 to 50.053, inclusive, unless the context requires ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.051

Interpreters for handicapped persons: Appointment required in criminal proceedings. [Effective through June 30, 2005.] An interpreter must be appointed at public expense for a handicapped person who is a party ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.051

Interpreters for person with disability: Appointment required in criminal proceedings. [Effective July 1, 2005.] An interpreter must be appointed at public expense for a person with a disability who is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.052

Interpreters for handicapped persons: Replacement; persons ineligible for appointment; selection and approval by handicapped person. [Effective through June 30, 2005.]

1. If an interpreter appointed for a handicapped person ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.052

Interpreters for person with disability: Replacement; persons ineligible for appointment; selection and approval by person with disability. [Effective July 1, 2005.]

1. If an interpreter appointed for a person ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.053

Interpreters for handicapped persons: Oath; rights and privileges. [Effective through June 30, 2005.]

1. Before undertaking his duties, the interpreter shall swear or affirm that he will make a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.053

Interpreters for person with disability: Oath; rights and privileges. [Effective July 1, 2005.]

1. Before undertaking his duties, the interpreter shall swear or affirm that he will make a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.054

Interpreters for persons who do not speak English: Eligibility; oath; rights and privileges. [Effective through June 30, 2005.]

1. Except as otherwise provided by a regulation of the court ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.054

Interpreters for persons who do not speak English: Eligibility; oath; rights and privileges. [Effective July 1, 2005.]

1. Except as otherwise provided by a regulation of the court administrator ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.055

Competency: Judge as witness.

1. The judge presiding at the trial shall not testify in that trial as a witness.

2. If he is called to testify, no ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.065

Competency: Juror as witness.

1. A member of the jury shall not testify as a witness in the trial of the case in which he is sitting as a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.067

Competency: Receipt of certain care or counseling.

1. A person is not incompetent to be a witness solely by reason of the fact that he or a member of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.068

Competency: Defendant who agrees to testify against another defendant pursuant to plea bargain.

1. A defendant is not incompetent to be a witness solely by reason of the fact ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.070

Termination or threat of termination of employment because of service as witness prohibited; penalty; remedies.

1. Any person, corporation, partnership, association or other entity who is:

(a) An ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.075

Who may impeach. The credibility of a witness may be attacked by any party, including the party calling him. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.085

Evidence of character and conduct of witness.

1. Opinion evidence as to the character of a witness is admissible to attack or support his credibility but subject to these ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.090

Evidence of previous sexual conduct of victim of sexual assault or statutory sexual seduction inadmissible to challenge victim’s credibility; exceptions. In any prosecution for sexual assault or statutory sexual seduction ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.095

Impeachment by evidence of conviction of crime.

1. For the purpose of attacking the credibility of a witness, evidence that he has been convicted of a crime is admissible ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.105

Religious beliefs or opinions. Evidence of the beliefs or opinions of a witness on matters of religion is inadmissible for the purpose of showing that by reason of their nature ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.115

Mode and order of interrogation and presentation.

1. The judge shall exercise reasonable control over the mode and order of interrogating witnesses and presenting evidence:

(a) To make ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.125

Writing used to refresh memory.

1. If a witness uses a writing to refresh his memory, either before or while testifying, an adverse party is entitled:

(a) To ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.135

Prior statements of witness.

1. In examining a witness concerning a prior statement made by him, whether written or not, the statement need not be shown or its contents ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.145

Calling and interrogation of witness by judge.

1. The judge may, on his own motion or at the suggestion of a party, call witnesses, and all parties are entitled ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.155

Exclusion and sequestration of witnesses.

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsections 2 and 3, at the request of a party the judge shall order witnesses excluded so that ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.165

Duty to appear and testify.

1. A witness, duly served with a subpoena, shall attend at the time appointed, with any papers under his control required by the subpoena, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.175

Witness protected from arrest when attending, going to and returning from court or other place of attendance. Every person who has been, in good faith, served with a subpoena to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.185

Arrest of protected witness void; liability of arresting officer; affidavit of witness.

1. The arrest of a witness contrary to NRS 50.175 is void.

2. An officer is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.195

Penalties for disobedience.

1. Refusal to be sworn or to answer as a witness may be punished as a contempt by the court. In a civil action, if the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.205

Warrant for arrest of witness failing to attend. In case of failure of a witness to attend, the court or officer issuing the subpoena, upon proof of the service thereof ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.215

Examination of prisoner as witness; notification of Department of Corrections required.

1. A person imprisoned in the state prison or in a county jail may be examined as a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.225

Fees and expenses of witnesses.

1. For attending the courts of this state in any criminal case, or civil suit or proceeding before a court of record, master, commissioner, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.245

Cases from municipal court brought before district court. Where criminal or quasi-criminal cases originating in the municipal court of an incorporated city are brought before the district court, the county ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.255

Attorney not allowed fee as witness. No attorney or counselor at law, in any case, shall be allowed any fees for attending as a witness in such case. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.260

“Prohibited substance” defined. As used in NRS 50.260 to 50.345, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, “prohibited substance” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 484.1245. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.265

Opinions: Lay witnesses. If the witness is not testifying as an expert, his testimony in the form of opinions or inferences is limited to those opinions or inferences which are:

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.275

Testimony by experts. If scientific, technical or other specialized knowledge will assist the trier of fact to understand the evidence or to determine a fact in issue, a witness qualified ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.285

Opinions: Experts.

1. The facts or data in the particular case upon which an expert bases an opinion or inference may be those perceived by or made known to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.295

Opinions: Ultimate issues. Testimony in the form of an opinion or inference otherwise admissible is not objectionable because it embraces an ultimate issue to be decided by the trier of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.305

Disclosure of facts and data underlying expert opinion. The expert may testify in terms of opinion or inference and give his reasons therefor without prior disclosure of the underlying facts ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.310

Admissibility of affidavit or declaration of laboratory director regarding results of test performed by medical laboratory.

1. The affidavit or declaration of a laboratory director who has qualified in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.315

Admissibility of affidavit or declaration offered to prove certain facts concerning use of certain devices or withdrawal or holding of evidence related to determining presence of alcohol, controlled substance, chemical, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.320

Admissibility of affidavit or declaration of chemist or other expert witness regarding presence in breath, blood or urine of alcohol, controlled substance, chemical, poison, organic solvent or another prohibited substance ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.325

Procedure for admission of affidavit or declaration of expert or other person to prove existence of alcohol, quantity of controlled substance or existence or identity of controlled substance, chemical, poison, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.345

Expert testimony to show victim’s behavior or condition is consistent with behavior or condition of victim of sexual assault. In any prosecution for sexual assault, expert testimony is not inadmissible ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.400

Applicability to proceedings in civil actions; qualifications, duties and limitations on conduct of attendant; designation of attendant as witness; “victim of an act of domestic violence pursuant to NRS 33.018” ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.500

Short title. The provisions of NRS 50.500 to 50.620, inclusive, may be cited as the Uniform Child Witness Testimony by Alternative Methods Act. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.510

Definitions. As used in NRS 50.500 to 50.620, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 50.520 to 50.550, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.520

“Alternative method” defined. “Alternative method” means a method by which a child witness testifies which does not include all of the following:

1. Having the child testify in person ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.530

“Child witness” defined. “Child witness” means a child under the age of 14 years who has been or will be called to testify in a proceeding. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.540

“Criminal proceeding” defined. “Criminal proceeding” means:

1. A trial or hearing before a court in a prosecution of a person charged with violating a criminal law of this state; ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.550

“Noncriminal proceeding” defined. “Noncriminal proceeding” means a trial or hearing before a court or an administrative agency of this state having judicial or quasi-judicial powers, other than a criminal proceeding. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.560

Applicability.

1. The provisions of NRS 50.500 to 50.620, inclusive, apply to the testimony of a child witness in a criminal or noncriminal proceeding.

2. The provisions of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.570

Hearing to determine whether to allow testimony by alternative method.

1. The presiding officer in a criminal or noncriminal proceeding:

(a) May order a hearing to determine whether ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.580

Standards for determining whether child witness may testify by alternative method.

1. In a criminal proceeding, the presiding officer may allow a child witness to testify by an alternative ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.590

Factors for determining whether to permit alternative method. If the presiding officer determines that a standard pursuant to NRS 50.580 has been met, the presiding officer shall determine whether to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.600

Order regarding testimony by alternative method.

1. An order allowing or disallowing a child witness to testify by an alternative method must state the findings of fact and conclusions ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.610

Right of party to examine child witness. An alternative method ordered by the presiding officer must permit a full and fair opportunity for examination or cross-examination of the child witness ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 50.620

Uniformity of application and construction. In applying and construing the Uniform Child Witness Testimony by Alternative Methods Act, consideration must be given to the need to promote uniformity of the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.015

Definitions. As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and phrases defined in NRS 51.025 to 51.055, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in such ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.025

“Declarant” defined. “Declarant” means a person who makes a statement. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.035

“Hearsay” defined. “Hearsay” means a statement offered in evidence to prove the truth of the matter asserted unless:

1. The statement is one made by a witness while testifying ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.045

“Statement” defined. “Statement” means:

1. An oral or written assertion; or

2. Nonverbal conduct of a person, if it is intended by him as an assertion. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.055

“Unavailable as a witness” defined.

1. A declarant is “unavailable as a witness” if he is:

(a) Exempted by ruling of the judge on the ground of privilege ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.065

General rule.

1. Hearsay is inadmissible except as provided in this chapter, title 14 of NRS and the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure.

2. This section constitutes the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.067

Hearsay within hearsay. Hearsay included within hearsay is not excluded under the hearsay rule if each part of the combined statements conforms to an exception to the hearsay rule provided ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.069

Credibility of declarant.

1. When a hearsay statement has been admitted in evidence, the credibility of the declarant may be attacked or supported by any evidence which would be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.075

General exception; other exceptions illustrative.

1. A statement is not excluded by the hearsay rule if its nature and the special circumstances under which it was made offer assurances ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.085

Present sense impressions. A statement describing or explaining an event or condition made while the declarant was perceiving the event or condition, or immediately thereafter, is not inadmissible under the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.095

Excited utterances. A statement relating to a startling event or condition made while the declarant was under the stress of excitement caused by the event or condition is not inadmissible ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.105

Then existing mental, emotional or physical condition.

1. A statement of the declarant’s then existing state of mind, emotion, sensation or physical condition, such as intent, plan, motive, design, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.115

Statements for purposes of medical diagnosis or treatment. Statements made for purposes of medical diagnosis or treatment and describing medical history, or past or present symptoms, pain or sensations, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.125

Recorded recollection.

1. A memorandum or record concerning a matter about which a witness once had knowledge but now has insufficient recollection to enable him to testify fully and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.135

Record of regularly conducted activity. A memorandum, report, record or compilation of data, in any form, of acts, events, conditions, opinions or diagnoses, made at or near the time by, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.145

Absence of entry in records of regularly conducted activity. Evidence that a matter is not included in the memoranda, reports, records or data compilations, in any form, of a regularly ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.155

Public records and reports. Records, reports, statements or data compilations, in any form, of public officials or agencies are not inadmissible under the hearsay rule if they set forth:

...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.165

Required reports. Records or data compilations, in any form, of births, fetal deaths, deaths or marriages are not inadmissible under the hearsay rule if the report thereof was made to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.175

Absence of public record or entry. To prove:

1. The absence of a record, report, statement or data compilation, in any form; or

2. The nonoccurrence or nonexistence ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.185

Records of religious organizations. Statements of births, marriages, divorces, deaths, legitimacy, ancestry, relationship by blood or marriage, or other similar facts of personal or family history, contained in a regularly ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.195

Marriage, baptismal and similar certificates. Statements of fact contained in a certificate that the maker performed a marriage or other ceremony or administered a sacrament, made by a clergyman, public ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.205

Family records. Statements of fact contained in family Bibles, genealogies, charts, engravings on rings, inscriptions on family portraits, engravings on urns, crypts or tombstones, or the like, are not inadmissible ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.215

Records of documents affecting interest in property. The record of a document purporting to establish or affect an interest in property, as proof of the content of the original recorded ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.225

Statement in document affecting interest in property. A statement contained in a document purporting to establish or affect an interest in property is not inadmissible under the hearsay rule if ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.235

Statements in ancient documents. Statements in a document more than 20 years old whose authenticity is established are not inadmissible under the hearsay rule. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.245

Market reports; commercial publications. Market quotations, tabulations, lists, directories or other published compilations, generally used and relied upon by the public or by persons in particular occupations, are not inadmissible ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.255

Learned treatises. To the extent called to the attention of an expert witness upon cross-examination or relied upon by him in direct examination, a statement contained in a published treatise, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.265

Reputation concerning personal or family history. Reputation among members of a person’s family by blood or marriage, or among his associates, or in the community, is not inadmissible under the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.275

Reputation concerning boundaries or general history. Reputation in a community, arising before the controversy, as to:

1. Boundaries of or customs affecting lands in the community; and

2. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.285

Reputation as to character. Reputation of a person’s character among his associates or in the community is not inadmissible under the hearsay rule. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.295

Judgment of previous conviction.

1. Evidence of a final judgment, entered after trial or upon a plea of guilty, but not upon a plea of nolo contendere, adjudging a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.305

Judgment as to boundaries or personal, family or general history. A judgment is not inadmissible under the hearsay rule as proof of matters of personal, family or general history, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.315

General exception; other exceptions illustrative.

1. A statement is not excluded by the hearsay rule if:

(a) Its nature and the special circumstances under which it was made ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.325

Former testimony. Testimony given as a witness at another hearing of the same or a different proceeding, or in a deposition taken in compliance with law in the course of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.335

Statement under belief of impending death. A statement made by a declarant while believing that his death was imminent is not inadmissible under the hearsay rule if the declarant is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.345

Statement against interest.

1. A statement which at the time of its making:

(a) Was so far contrary to the pecuniary or proprietary interest of the declarant;

...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.355

Statement of personal or family history.

1. A statement concerning the declarant’s own birth, marriage, divorce, legitimacy, relationship by blood or marriage, ancestry or other similar fact of personal ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 51.385

Admissibility; notice of unavailability or inability of child to testify.

1. In addition to any other provision for admissibility made by statute or rule of court, a statement made ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.015

Authentication or identification required.

1. The requirement of authentication or identification as a condition precedent to admissibility is satisfied by evidence or other showing sufficient to support a finding ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.025

Testimony of witness with knowledge. The testimony of a witness is sufficient for authentication or identification if he has personal knowledge that a matter is what it is claimed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.035

Handwriting: Nonexpert opinion. Nonexpert opinion as to the genuineness of handwriting is sufficient for authentication or identification if it is based upon familiarity not acquired for purposes of the litigation. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.045

Handwriting: Comparison by trier or expert witness. Comparison by the trier of fact or by expert witnesses with specimens which have been authenticated is sufficient for authentication. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.055

Handwriting: Distinctive characteristics. Appearance, contents, substance, internal patterns or other distinctive characteristics are sufficient for authentication when taken in conjunction with circumstances. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.065

Identification by voice. A voice, whether heard firsthand or through mechanical or electronic transmission or recording, is sufficiently identified by opinion based upon hearing the voice at any time under ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.075

Telephone calls. A telephone conversation is sufficiently authenticated by evidence that a call was made to the number supplied by the telephone company for the person in question if:

...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.085

Public records and reports. Evidence that:

1. A writing authorized by law to be recorded or filed and in fact recorded or filed in a public office; or

...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.095

Ancient documents; compilations of data. Evidence that a document or data compilation, in any form:

1. Is in such condition as to create no suspicion concerning its authenticity;

...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.105

Process or system. Evidence describing a process or system used to produce a result and showing that the result is accurate is sufficient to authenticate the result. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.115

Foreign public documents.

1. A document purporting to be executed or attested in his official capacity by a person authorized by the laws of a foreign country to make ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.125

Certified copies of public records.

1. A copy of an official record or report or entry therein, or of a document authorized by law to be recorded or filed ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.135

Official publications. Books, pamphlets or other publications purporting to be issued by public authority are presumed to be authentic. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.145

Newspapers; periodicals. Printed materials purporting to be newspapers or periodicals are presumed to be authentic. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.155

Trade inscriptions, signs, tags and labels. Inscriptions, signs, tags or labels purporting to have been affixed in the course of business and indicating ownership, control or origin are presumed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.165

Acknowledged documents. Documents accompanied by a certificate of acknowledgment of a notary public or officer authorized by law to take acknowledgments are presumed to be authentic. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.175

Subscribing witness’ testimony unnecessary. The testimony of a subscribing witness is not necessary to authenticate a writing unless required by the laws of the jurisdiction whose laws govern the validity ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.185

Definitions. As used in NRS 52.185 to 52.295, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words defined in NRS 52.195 to 52.225, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.195

“Duplicate” defined. “Duplicate” means a counterpart produced:

1. By the same impression as the original;

2. From the same matrix;

3. By means of photography, including enlargements ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.205

“Original” defined.

1. An “original” of a writing or recording is the writing or recording itself or any counterpart intended to have the same effect by a person executing ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.215

“Photographs” defined. “Photographs” include still photographs, X rays and motion pictures. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.225

“Writings” and “recordings” defined. “Writings” and “recordings” consist of letters, words or numbers, or their equivalent, set down by handwriting, typewriting, printing, photostating, photographing, magnetic impulse, mechanical or electronic recording, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.235

Original required. To prove the content of a writing, recording or photograph, the original writing, recording or photograph is required, except as otherwise provided in this title. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.245

Admissibility of duplicates.

1. In addition to the situations governed by subsection 2, a duplicate is admissible to the same extent as an original unless:

(a) A genuine ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.247

Admissibility of rerecorded, copied or reproduced records; certain records of governmental agency deemed public records.

1. Unless held in a fiduciary or custodial capacity or unless specifically prohibited by ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.252

Admissibility of copy or transcript of recordings of telephone calls made through system providing telephone number to be used in emergency. The content of recordings of telephone calls made through ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.255

Admissibility of other evidence of contents. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 52.247, the original is not required, and other evidence of the contents of a writing, recording or photograph ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.260

Record made in course of regularly conducted activity; affidavit required.

1. The contents of a record made in the course of a regularly conducted activity in accordance with NRS ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.265

Public records.

1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 52.247, the contents of an official record, or of a document authorized to be recorded or filed and actually recorded ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.275

Summaries.

1. The contents of voluminous writings, recordings or photographs which cannot conveniently be examined in court may be presented in the form of a chart, summary or calculation.

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.285

Testimony or written admission of party. Contents of writings, recordings or photographs may be proved by the testimony or deposition of the party against whom offered or by his written ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.295

Functions of judge and jury.

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, when the admissibility of other evidence of contents under these rules depends upon the fulfillment of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.305

Marks instead of signatures; witnesses.

1. The signature of a party, when required to a written instrument, is equally valid if the party cannot write, if:

(a) The ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.315

Seal unnecessary. The word “seal,” and the initial letters “L.S.,” and other words, letters or characters of like import, opposite the name of the signer of any instrument in writing, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.320

Definitions. As used in NRS 52.320 to 52.375, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires:

1. “Custodian of medical records” means a chiropractor, physician, registered physical therapist or licensed nurse ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.325

Subpoenaed records: Delivery of authenticated copy by custodian; order for return of record; form of affidavit of authentication.

1. A custodian of medical records sufficiently complies with a subpoena ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.335

Copies delivered to clerk of court: Custody; maintenance; return.

1. Except as provided in NRS 52.365, the copy of a medical record delivered pursuant to NRS 52.325 shall be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.345

Notice of delivery to clerk of court. The custodian of the medical record which has been subpoenaed shall promptly notify the attorney for the party who caused the subpoena to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.355

Order for production of original documents; appearance by custodian.

1. If during a trial or discovery proceeding the authenticity of the record or a question of interpretation of handwriting ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.365

Use of copies in discovery proceedings.

1. If the contents of a medical record which has been delivered pursuant to NRS 52.325 are the object of a discovery proceeding ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.375

Fees for subpoenas; admissibility of medical records. NRS 52.320 to 52.365, inclusive, do not affect:

1. Subpoena fee requirements provided by statute or rule of court.

2. The ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.385

Property evidencing crime: Return to person entitled to possession; admissibility of photographs in lieu of property; disposal of property not returned.

1. At any time after property of any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.395

Controlled substances, dangerous drugs and immediate precursors: Procedure for destruction of unnecessary quantity seized as evidence; disposal of hazardous waste. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 453A.400:

1. When ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.405

Definitions. As used in NRS 52.405 to 52.435, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires:

1. “Custodian of the records of a casino or hotel” means an employee or agent ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.415

Authentication of copies. The content of records of a casino or hotel, if otherwise admissible, may be proved by a copy of the record which is authenticated by a custodian ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.425

Subpoenaed records: Delivery of authenticated copy by custodian; notice and availability upon receipt; preservation.

1. A custodian of the records of a hotel or casino complies with a subpoena ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.435

Order for production of original record; appearance by custodian. If during a trial or a proceeding for discovery, the authenticity of a record is reasonably questioned or if an interpretation ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.450

Definitions. As used in NRS 52.450 to 52.480, inclusive, unless context otherwise requires:

1. “Banking or financial institution” means any bank, savings and loan association, savings bank, thrift company ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.460

Authentication of copies; form and contents of affidavit.

1. The content of records of a banking or financial institution, if otherwise admissible, may be proved by a copy of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.470

Subpoenaed records: Delivery of authenticated copy by custodian; notice and availability upon receipt; preservation.

1. A custodian of the records of a banking or financial institution complies with a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.480

Order for production of original record; appearance by custodian. If during a trial or a proceeding for discovery, the authenticity of a record of a banking or financial institution is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 52.500

Evidence describing measurements of hazardous waste or hazardous material.

1. Photographs, samples and writings describing the measurements, including actual net weight or estimated net weight, of hazardous waste or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 53.010

Persons before whom affidavits may be taken for use in this state. An affidavit to be used before any court, judge or officer of this state may be taken before ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 53.020

Taking of affidavits in other states and territories for use in this state. An affidavit taken in another state or in a territory of the United States to be used ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 53.030

Certification of signature of officer to affidavit taken in another state or territory. When an affidavit is taken before a judge of a court in another state or in a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 53.040

Taking of affidavits in foreign countries. An affidavit taken in a foreign country to be used in this state shall be taken before an ambassador, minister, consul, vice consul or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 53.045

Use of unsworn declaration in lieu of affidavit or other sworn declaration. Any matter whose existence or truth may be established by an affidavit or other sworn declaration may be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 53.050

Short title. This section and NRS 53.060 and 53.070, may be cited as the Uniform Foreign Depositions Act. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 53.060

Authority to act. Whenever any mandate, writ or commission is issued out of any court of record in any other state, territory, district or foreign jurisdiction, or whenever upon notice ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 53.070

Uniformity of interpretation. This section and NRS 53.050 and 53.060, shall be so interpreted and construed as to effectuate their general purposes to make uniform the law of those states ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 54.010

Requirement in civil cases. In all civil cases where the jurisdiction of the court depends upon the residence of one of the parties to the action, the court shall require ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 55.010

Finding of presumed death admissible in evidence. A written finding of presumed death, made by the Secretary of the Army, the Secretary of the Navy, or other officer or employee ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 55.020

Official written reports admissible in evidence. An official written report or record, or duly certified copy thereof, that a person is missing, missing in action, interned in a neutral country, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 55.030

Signed findings, reports, records and certified copies as prima facie evidence. For the purposes of NRS 55.010 and 55.020 any finding, report or record, or duly certified copy thereof, purporting ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 56.020

Determination of parentage or identity.

1. Whenever it is relevant in a civil or criminal action to determine the parentage or identity of any person or corpse, the court, ...



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