2010 Nevada Code
TITLE 14 PROCEDURE IN CRIMINAL CASES
Chapter 171 Proceedings to Commitment
NRS 171.1538 Arrest of person with communications disability: Waiver of right to interpretation or communication.

NRS 171.1538 Arrest of person with communications disability: Waiver of right to interpretation or communication.

1. The rights to interpretation and communication provided in NRS 171.1536 and 171.1537 may not be waived except knowingly and voluntarily by the person with a communications disability by a written statement indicating a desire not to be so assisted. At any time after arrest but before the termination of any custody, the person may retract a waiver by indicating a desire to be so assisted.

2. Unless there is a waiver under this section, there must be no interrogation or taking of the statement of a person with a communications disability without the assistance of an interpreter in accordance with the provisions of NRS 50.050 to 50.053, inclusive.

(Added to NRS by 1975, 309; A 2001, 1776; 2007, 170)

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