2017 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 200 - Crimes Against the Person
NRS 200.50925 - “Reasonable cause to believe” and “as soon as reasonably practicable” defined.

For the purposes of NRS 200.5091 to 200.50995, inclusive, a person:

1. Has “reasonable cause to believe” if, in light of all the surrounding facts and circumstances which are known or which reasonably should be known to the person at the time, a reasonable person would believe, under those facts and circumstances, that an act, transaction, event, situation or condition exists, is occurring or has occurred.

2. Acts “as soon as reasonably practicable” if, in light of all the surrounding facts and circumstances which are known or which reasonably should be known to the person at the time, a reasonable person would act within approximately the same period under those facts and circumstances.

(Added to NRS by 1999, 3517)

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