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Estatutos Seleccionados: Nevada

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Actualizada: 
6 de agosto de 2021

33.560. Filing of verified application for ex parte or extended order: Persons who may file verified application; grounds; contents; service

1. A law enforcement officer who has probable cause to believe that a person poses an imminent risk of causing a self-inflicted injury or a personal injury to another person by possessing, controlling, purchasing or otherwise acquiring any firearm may file a verified application for an order for protection against high-risk behavior.

2. A family or household member who reasonably believes that a person poses an imminent risk of causing a self-inflicted injury or a personal injury to another person by possessing controlling, purchasing or otherwise acquiring any firearm may file a verified application for an order for protection against high-risk behavior.

3. A verified application filed pursuant to this section must include, without limitation:

(a) The name of the person seeking the order for protection against high-risk behavior;

(b) The name and address, if known, of the person who is alleged to pose an imminent risk pursuant to subsection 1 or 2;

(c) A detailed description of the conduct and acts that constitute high-risk behavior and the dates on which the high-risk behavior occurred; and

(d) Any supplemental documents or information.

4. An applicant is not required to serve, or have served on its behalf, an application for an order for protection against high-risk behavior and notice of the hearing described in section 1.3 of this act, but an applicant who is a law enforcement officer may in the discretion of the officer serve the verified application and notice of the hearing on the adverse party.