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Updated: 
July 14, 2020

125.555. Required notice concerning admission to bail

1. A restraining order or injunction that is in the nature of a temporary or extended order for protection against domestic violence which is issued in an action or proceeding brought pursuant to this title must provide notice that a person who is arrested for violating the order or injunction will not be admitted to bail sooner than 12 hours after the person’s arrest if:
(a) The arresting officer determines that such a violation is accompanied by a direct or indirect threat of harm;
(b) The person has previously violated a temporary or extended order for protection; or
(c) At the time of the violation or within 2 hours after the violation, the person has:
(1) A concentration of alcohol of 0.08 or more in his or her blood or breath; or
(2) An amount of a prohibited substance in his or her blood or urine , as applicable, that is equal to or greater than the amount set forth in subsection 3 or 4 of NRS 484C.110.
2. For the purposes of this section, an order or injunction is in the nature of a temporary or extended order for protection against domestic violence if it grants relief that might be given in a temporary or extended order issued pursuant to NRS 33.017 to 33.100, inclusive.