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Statutes: Nevada

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Updated: 
July 14, 2020

33.320. Arrest of person who violates order; service of order; duty to note date and time of service on copy of order issued to employer.

1. Whether or not a violation occurs in the presence of a law enforcement officer, the officer may, with or without a warrant, arrest and take into custody a person if the officer has probable cause to believe that:

(a) An order has been issued pursuant to NRS 33.270 against the person;

(b) The person has been served with a copy of the order; and

(c) The person is acting in violation of the order.

2. If a law enforcement officer cannot verify that the person was served with a copy of the order and the officer is at the workplace of the employer, the officer shall serve the person with a copy of the order if a copy is available.

3. A law enforcement officer who serves a person with a copy of an order pursuant to subsection 2 shall note the date and time of such service on the copy of the order that was issued to the employer.