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Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 5
Election; term; oath; qualifications; justice of the peace as ex officio municipal judge. NRS 5.023                 Municipal judges pro tempore

b) Counsel may not remove motions from the calendar by calling the clerk’s office or the judge’s chambers. If the date for the hearing of the motion has been noticed by counsel, all interested ...

... and citation of rules.       2 .       Organization of the court; chief judge; court ... be fixed by the court in its discretion, including any necessary disbursements, unless all interested ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 3
NRS 3.002                 “Chief Judge” defined. NRS 3.004                 “Department of the family court” defined

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 22
... of contempt committed in immediate view and presence of court; affidavit or statement to be filed when contempt committed outside immediate view and presence of court; disqualification of judge

The judge is an arbiter of facts and law for the resolution of disputes and a highly visible symbol of government under the rule of law.       The Code of Judicial Conduct is intended to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 1
NRS 1.055                 Telephone number of judge to be published in telephone ... a) When he is a party to or interested in the action or proceeding.       (b) When he is related ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 34
... 34.030   Application for writ made on affidavit; notice to adverse party may be required.   The application shall be made on affidavit by the party beneficially interested, and the court or judge to ...

In the event of absence or upon the inability of a Judge, or when agreed by the Judges, either ... fixed by the Court in its discretion, including any necessary disbursements, unless all interested ...

... term of office; eligibility for office.              5 .        Number of senators and assemblymen; apportionment.              6 .        Power of houses to judge ...


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