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July 14, 2020

33.440. Parent or guardian to be informed of final disposition of trial upon request; record of restrictions on defendant's conduct

1. Upon the request of the parent or guardian of a child, the prosecuting attorney in any trial brought against a person for a crime described in subsection 1 of NRS 33.400 shall inform the parent or guardian of the final disposition of the case.

2. If the defendant is found guilty or guilty but mentally ill and the court issues an order or provides a condition of his sentence restricting the ability of the defendant to have contact with the child against whom the crime was committed 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 parent or guardian of the child and other persons named in the order.