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Legal Information: Nevada

Statutes: Nevada

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Updated: 
July 14, 2020

33.580. Requirements for issuance of extended order; court to inform applicant and adverse party upon transfer of information to Central Repository

1. The court shall issue an extended order if the court finds by clear and convincing evidence from facts shown by a verified application filed pursuant to NRS 33.560:

(a) That a person poses a risk of causing personal injury to himself or herself or another person by possessing or having under his or her custody or control or by purchasing or otherwise acquiring any firearm;

(b) The person engaged in high-risk behavior; and

(c) Less restrictive options have been exhausted or are not effective.

2. A hearing on an application for an extended order must be held within 7 calendar days after the date on which the application for the extended order is filed.

3. The clerk of the court shall inform the applicant and the adverse party upon the successful transfer of information concerning the registration to the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History as required pursuant to NRS 33.095.