Nevada Revised Statutes Section 177.145 - Procedure in Criminal Cases

Application for relief pending review. If application is made to a district court or to a justice of the Supreme Court for bail pending appeal or for an extension of time for filing the record on appeal or for any other relief which might have been granted by the trial court, the application shall be upon notice and shall show that:

1. Application to the court below or a judge thereof is not practicable;

2. Application has been made and denied, with the reasons given for the denial; or

3. The action on the application did not afford the relief to which the applicant considers himself to be entitled.

Last modified: February 25, 2006