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Legal Statutes: Nevada

UPDATED March 18, 2016

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Chapter 200. Crimes Against the Person

back to top200.3784. Victim to be given certain information and documents concerning case; clerk to keep record of order or condition restricting conduct of defendant

1. The prosecuting attorney in any trial brought against a person on a charge of sexual assault shall inform the alleged victim of the final disposition of the case.

2. If the defendant is found guilty and the court issues an order or provides a condition of the sentence restricting the ability of the defendant to have contact with the victim or witnesses, the clerk of the court shall:

(a) Keep a record of the order or condition of the sentence; and

(b) Provide a certified copy of the order or condition of the sentence to the victim and other persons named in the order.
Added by Laws 2009, c. 68, § 7, eff. May 11, 2009.