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Legal Information: Nevada
33.015. Injunction to restrain unlawful act against witness or victim of crime.
Whenever it appears that a defendant or other person is doing, about to do, threatening to do or procuring to be done some act against a victim of a crime or a witness in violation of any provision of NRS 199.230, 199.240 or 199.305, a court of competent jurisdiction may issue an injunction restraining the defendant or other person from the commission or continuance of that act.
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