2010 Nevada Code
TITLE 14 PROCEDURE IN CRIMINAL CASES
Chapter 171 Proceedings to Commitment
- NRS 171.010 Jurisdiction of offense committed in State.
- NRS 171.015 Jurisdiction of offense commenced without, but consummated within, this State; consummation through agent.
- NRS 171.020 Act within this State culminating in crime in this or another state.
- NRS 171.025 Death by dueling.
- NRS 171.030 Offense committed partly in one county and partly in another.
- NRS 171.035 Offense committed on or near boundary.
- NRS 171.040 Offense committed on vessel in state waters, common carrier or private motor vehicle or aircraft.
- NRS 171.045 Offenses concerning animals ranging in two or more counties.
- NRS 171.055 Bigamy and incest.
- NRS 171.060 Burglary, robbery, larceny or embezzlement: Venue when property is taken in one county and brought into another.
- NRS 171.065 Accessory: Venue in either county where offense of accessory was committed or where principal offense committed.
- NRS 171.070 Conviction or acquittal in another state or territory is bar where jurisdiction is concurrent.
- NRS 171.075 Conviction or acquittal in another county is bar where venue is concurrent.
- NRS 171.076 Enactment.
- NRS 171.077 Text of Compact.
- NRS 171.078 Enactment.
- NRS 171.079 Text of Compact.
- NRS 171.080 No statute of limitation for murder or terrorism.
- NRS 171.083 No limitation for sexual assault if written report filed with law enforcement officer during period of limitation; effect of disability on period of limitation.
- NRS 171.084 Limitation for kidnapping or attempted murder extended if written report filed with law enforcement officer during period of limitation.
- NRS 171.085 Limitations for felonies.
- NRS 171.090 Limitations for gross and simple misdemeanors.
- NRS 171.095 Limitations for offenses committed in secret manner and offenses constituting sexual abuse of child.
- NRS 171.100 Indictment found when it is presented and filed.
- NRS 171.102 Complaint defined; oath or declaration required.
- NRS 171.103 Court clerk may accept complaint filed electronically; procedure; service.
- NRS 171.104 Arrest defined; by whom made.
- NRS 171.106 Issuance of warrant or summons upon complaint or citation.
- NRS 171.108 Contents of warrant of arrest.
- NRS 171.112 Contents of summons.
- NRS 171.114 Execution of warrant and service of summons: By whom.
- NRS 171.116 When magistrate may depute person to act as constable.
- NRS 171.118 Execution of warrant and service of summons: Territorial limits.
- NRS 171.122 Manner in which execution of warrant and service of summons are made; issuance of citation in lieu of execution of warrant of arrest.
- NRS 171.1223 Peace officer with limited jurisdiction must notify primary law enforcement agency of commission of certain felonies; transfer of investigation to primary law enforcement agency.
- NRS 171.1225 Peace officer to provide information to suspected victims of domestic violence.
- NRS 171.1227 Peace officer to submit written report concerning suspected acts of domestic violence; information from reports to be aggregated and forwarded to Central Repository; content of report.
- NRS 171.1228 Investigation of alleged sexual offense: Alleged victim not required to submit to polygraphic examination or other similar examination.
- NRS 171.1229 Fingerprinting of persons detained and cited for committing suspected acts of domestic violence; fingerprints to be forwarded to Central Repository.
- NRS 171.123 Temporary detention by peace officer of person suspected of criminal behavior or of violating conditions of parole or probation: Limitations.
- NRS 171.1231 Arrest if probable cause appears.
- NRS 171.1232 Search to ascertain presence of dangerous weapon; seizure of weapon or evidence.
- NRS 171.1235 Gaming licensee may detain person suspected of having committed felony in gaming establishment.
- NRS 171.124 Arrest by peace officer or officer of Drug Enforcement Administration.
- NRS 171.1245 Arrest by agent of Federal Bureau of Investigation or Secret Service.
- NRS 171.1255 Arrest by officer or agent of Bureau of Indian Affairs or police officer employed by Indian tribe.
- NRS 171.1257 Arrest by postal inspector of United States Postal Inspection Service.
- NRS 171.126 Arrest by private person.
- NRS 171.128 Magistrate may order arrest for committing or attempting to commit offense in magistrate's presence.
- NRS 171.132 Person making arrest may summon assistance.
- NRS 171.134 Escape or rescue of arrested person: Pursuit and retaking at any time and place in State.
- NRS 171.136 When arrest may be made.
- NRS 171.137 Arrest required for suspected battery constituting domestic violence; exceptions.
- NRS 171.138 Breaking open door or window: Making arrest.
- NRS 171.142 Breaking open door or window: Upon detention after making arrest.
- NRS 171.144 Breaking open door or window: Retaking person arrested.
- NRS 171.1455 Use of deadly force to effect arrest: Limitations.
- NRS 171.146 Weapon may be taken from person arrested.
- NRS 171.147 Duties of arresting officer where person arrested appears to be intoxicated or not in control of the person's physical functions.
- NRS 171.148 Warrant of arrest by telegram authorized.
- NRS 171.152 Return of warrant after execution by arrest or issuance of citation; return of summons after service; cancellation by district attorney before execution or service; reissuance.
- NRS 171.153 Right of person arrested to make telephone calls.
- NRS 171.1536 Arrest of person with communications disability: Interpreter to be made available.
- NRS 171.1537 Arrest of person with disability: Right to communicate by mail or telephone.
- NRS 171.1538 Arrest of person with communications disability: Waiver of right to interpretation or communication.
- NRS 171.154 Short title.
- NRS 171.156 Definitions.
- NRS 171.158 Arrests within this State by foreign officers; hearing before magistrate.
- NRS 171.162 Duty of Secretary of State.
- NRS 171.164 Severability.
- NRS 171.166 Short title.
- NRS 171.168 Definitions.
- NRS 171.172 When officer may arrest.
- NRS 171.174 Procedure after arrest.
- NRS 171.176 Limitation.
- NRS 171.177 When person detained must be taken before magistrate.
- NRS 171.1771 Issuance of citation when person detained by peace officer.
- NRS 171.1772 Issuance of citation after arrest by private person.
- NRS 171.1773 Form and contents of citation: When person detained by peace officer.
- NRS 171.1774 Form and contents of citation: When issued after arrest by private person.
- NRS 171.1775 Preparation of citations: Use of citation book or electronic device; maintenance of records relating to citation book or electronic device.
- NRS 171.17751 Designation of certain state, county and city officers to prepare, sign and serve citations.
- NRS 171.1776 Issued citations: Filing with court; disposition of charges by court; unlawful acts; maintenance of records.
- NRS 171.1777 Issued citations: Audit of records.
- NRS 171.1778 Citation filed with court deemed complaint for purpose of prosecution.
- NRS 171.17785 Effect of violation of written promise to appear; appearance by counsel in lieu of personal appearance authorized.
- NRS 171.1779 NRS 171.177 to 171.1779, inclusive, not applicable to violations of traffic laws.
- NRS 171.178 Appearance before magistrate; release from custody by arresting officer.
- NRS 171.182 Proceedings before another magistrate.
- NRS 171.184 Proceedings upon complaint for offenses triable in another county.
- NRS 171.1845 Proceedings upon discovery of another arrest warrant outstanding in another county.
- NRS 171.186 Rights of defendant before preliminary examination.
- NRS 171.188 Procedure for appointment of attorney for indigent defendant.
- NRS 171.192 Certification of bail; discharge of defendant.
- NRS 171.194 Procedure when arrest for capital offense.
- NRS 171.196 Preliminary examination: Waiver; time for conducting; postponement; introduction of evidence and cross-examination of witnesses by defendant.
- NRS 171.1965 Discovery by defendant before preliminary examination; material subject to discovery; effect of failure to permit discovery.
- NRS 171.197 Use of affidavit at preliminary examination: When permitted; notice by district attorney; circumstances under which district attorney must produce person who signed affidavit; continuances.
- NRS 171.1975 Use of audiovisual technology to present live testimony at preliminary examination: When permitted; notice by requesting party; opportunity to object; requirements for taking and preserving testimony; limitations on subsequent use.
- NRS 171.198 Reporting testimony of witnesses.
- NRS 171.202 District attorney to prosecute at preliminary examination where felony or gross misdemeanor charged.
- NRS 171.204 Exclusion of persons; exceptions.
- NRS 171.206 Procedure following preliminary examination.
- NRS 171.208 Remand for preliminary examination.
LOCAL JURISDICTION OF PUBLIC OFFENSES
CALIFORNIA-NEVADA COMPACT FOR JURISDICTION ON INTERSTATE WATERS
INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR JURISDICTION ON THE COLORADO RIVER
TIME OF COMMENCING CRIMINAL ACTIONS
WARRANT OR SUMMONS UPON COMPLAINT
INVESTIGATION OF SUSPECTED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY; DETENTION OF SUSPECTS
ARREST: BY WHOM AND HOW MADE
INTERSTATE FRESH PURSUIT (UNIFORM ACT)
INTRASTATE FRESH PURSUIT (UNIFORM ACT)
CITATION FOR MISDEMEANOR
PROCEEDINGS BEFORE MAGISTRATE
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