2010 Nevada Code
TITLE 14 PROCEDURE IN CRIMINAL CASES
Chapter 176A Probation and Suspension of Sentence
NRS 176A.310 Conditions; duties of surety; probationer to report to and pay surety.

NRS 176A.310 Conditions; duties of surety; probationer to report to and pay surety.

1. The court shall set the conditions of a program of probation secured by a surety bond. The conditions must be appended to and made part of the bond. The conditions may include, but are not limited to, any one or more of the following:

(a) Submission to periodic tests to determine whether the probationer is using any controlled substance or alcohol.

(b) Participation in a program for the treatment of the abuse of a controlled substance or alcohol or a program for the treatment of any other impairment.

(c) Participation in a program of professional counseling, including, but not limited to, counseling for the family of the probationer.

(d) Restrictions or a prohibition on contact or communication with witnesses or victims of the crime committed by the probationer.

(e) A requirement to obtain and keep employment.

(f) Submission to a Program of Intensive Supervision.

(g) Restrictions on travel by the probationer outside the jurisdiction of the court.

(h) Payment of restitution.

(i) Payment of fines and court costs.

(j) Supervised community service.

(k) Participation in educational courses.

2. A surety shall:

(a) Provide the facilities or equipment necessary to:

(1) Perform tests to determine whether the probationer is using any controlled substance or alcohol, if the court requires such tests as a condition of probation;

(2) Carry out a Program of Intensive Supervision, if the court requires such a Program as a condition of probation; and

(3) Enable the probationer to report regularly to the surety.

(b) Notify the court within 24 hours after the surety has knowledge of a violation of or a failure to fulfill a condition of the program of probation.

3. A probationer participating in a program of probation secured by a surety bond shall:

(a) Report regularly to the surety; and

(b) Pay the fee charged by the surety for the execution of the bond.

(Added to NRS by 1995, 1245; A 2001 Special Session, 133)



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