2010 Nevada Code
TITLE 14 PROCEDURE IN CRIMINAL CASES
Chapter 172 Proceedings After Commitment and Before Indictment
- NRS 172.005 Definitions.
- NRS 172.015 Prosecution of public offenses.
- NRS 172.025 Prosecution by accusation.
- NRS 172.035 Accusations, indictments and informations to be found or filed in district court. FORMATION OF GRAND JURY
- NRS 172.045 Impaneling grand juries.
- NRS 172.047 Grand jury impaneled for specific limited purpose.
- NRS 172.055 Challenges to grand jury and to grand jurors: How made and tried.
- NRS 172.065 Motion to dismiss presentment or indictment based on objections to grand jurors.
- NRS 172.075 Officers of grand jury.
- NRS 172.085 Oath of grand jurors.
- NRS 172.095 Charges to be given to grand jury by court; district attorney to inform grand jury of specific elements of public offense considered as basis of indictment.
- NRS 172.097 Supervision of grand jury by impaneling judge; limitations on and review of expenditures; monthly statement by county treasurer. POWERS AND DUTIES OF GRAND JURY
- NRS 172.105 Powers.
- NRS 172.107 Limitations on use of grand jury.
- NRS 172.135 Evidence receivable before grand jury.
- NRS 172.137 Use of affidavit before grand jury: When permitted; notice by district attorney; circumstances under which district attorney must produce person who signed affidavit; continuances.
- NRS 172.138 Use of audiovisual technology to present live testimony before grand jury: When permitted; requirements for taking and preserving testimony; limitations on subsequent use.
- NRS 172.139 District attorney and grand jury prohibited from questioning attorney regarding matters learned for client or issuing subpoena for work done by attorney for client.
- NRS 172.145 Grand jury required to hear and district attorney required to submit known evidence which will explain away charge; invitations and issuance of process for witnesses.
- NRS 172.155 Degree of evidence to warrant indictment; objection.
- NRS 172.165 Grand juror must declare knowledge as to commission of public offense; investigation.
- NRS 172.175 Matters into which grand jury shall and may inquire.
- NRS 172.185 Grand jury entitled to enter jails and examine records.
- NRS 172.195 Issuance of subpoenas by grand jury; subpoenaed witnesses must be informed of general nature of inquiry.
- NRS 172.197 Procedure when person subpoenaed to appear before grand jury intends to assert constitutional privilege against self-incrimination.
- NRS 172.205 Power to engage services of skilled persons.
- NRS 172.215 Certified court reporter: Appointment; compensation; material required for and prohibited from inclusion in notes.
- NRS 172.225 Transcripts: Preparation; public record.
- NRS 172.235 Who may be present when grand jury is in session.
- NRS 172.239 Legal counsel for certain persons who appear before grand jury.
- NRS 172.241 Right of certain persons to appear before grand jury; notice of consideration of indictment; withholding of notice.
- NRS 172.245 Secrecy of proceedings of grand jury; permitted disclosures; penalty.
- NRS 172.255 Finding and return of presentment or indictment; effect of failure to indict.
- NRS 172.259 Publication of fact that no indictment was issued by grand jury.
- NRS 172.265 Names of witnesses inserted or endorsed at foot of indictment.
- NRS 172.267 Report of grand jury: Scope; purpose; limitations.
- NRS 172.269 Report of grand jury: Inclusion of recommendations to public officers or agencies; criticism must be constructive; positive statement of no indictable activity required, if applicable.
- NRS 172.271 Report of grand jury: Preliminary review by court; notification of identified persons; procedure to expunge improper material; filing and distribution. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
- NRS 172.275 Discharge of grand jury; discharge or excuse of juror.
- NRS 172.285 Warrant on presentment.
- NRS 172.295 Review by person of person's prior testimony before testifying before grand jury again.
- NRS 172.305 Failure to disclose subject of grand jury's inquiry to defendant not cause for dismissal of subsequent presentment or indictment.
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