Nevada Revised Statutes Section 177.075 - Procedure in Criminal Cases

Appeal to Supreme Court: Notice.

1. Except where appeal is automatic, an appeal from a district court to the Supreme Court is taken by filing a notice of appeal with the clerk of the district court. Bills of exception and assignments of error in cases governed by this chapter are abolished.

2. When a court imposes sentence upon a defendant who has not pleaded guilty and who is without counsel, the court shall advise the defendant of his right to appeal, and if he so requests, the clerk shall prepare and file forthwith a notice of appeal on his behalf.

3. A notice of appeal must be signed:

(a) By the appellant or appellant’s attorney; or

(b) By the clerk if prepared by him.

Last modified: February 25, 2006