Nevada Revised Statutes Section 175.341 - Procedure in Criminal Cases

Mistake in charging proper offense: Defendant not discharged; commitment or bail. When it appears, at any time before verdict or judgment, that a mistake has been made in charging the proper offense, the defendant must not be discharged, if there appears good cause to detain him in custody; but the court must commit him, or require him to give bail for his appearance to answer to the offense; and may also require the witnesses to give bail for their appearance.

Last modified: February 25, 2006