2010 Nevada Code
TITLE 14 PROCEDURE IN CRIMINAL CASES
Chapter 176A Probation and Suspension of Sentence
NRS 176A.870 Dishonorable discharge.

NRS 176A.870 Dishonorable discharge. A defendant whose term of probation has expired and:

1. Whose whereabouts are unknown;

2. Who has failed to make restitution in full as ordered by the court, without a verified showing of economic hardship; or

3. Who has otherwise failed to qualify for an honorable discharge as provided in NRS 176A.850,

is not eligible for an honorable discharge and must be given a dishonorable discharge. A dishonorable discharge releases the probationer from any further obligation, except a civil liability arising on the date of discharge for any unpaid restitution, but does not entitle the probationer to any privilege conferred by NRS 176A.850.

(Added to NRS by 1967, 1437; A 1977, 274, 815; 1981, 361; 1989, 1984; 1997, 945)-(Substituted in revision for NRS 176.245)



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