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Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 16
NRS 16.150               Action may be tried again when jury discharged or prevented from giving verdict. NRS 16.160               Court may adjourn from time to time while ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 175
Defendant not discharged; commitment or bail.   When it appears, at any time before verdict or judgment, that a mistake has been made in charging the proper offense, the defendant must not be ...

... if any, otherwise the plaintiff’s address, and the time within which these rules require the defendant to appear and defend, and shall notify him that in case of his failure to do so judgment by ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 17
8.  If the liability of one party to another party has been determined by verdict, order or judgment, but the amount or extent of the liability of the party remains to be determined by further ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 41
Verdict, Judgment, Damages and Indemnification NRS 41.03475           No judgment against State or political subdivision permitted for acts outside scope of public duties or employment ...

... attorney, if any, otherwise the plaintiff’s address, and the time within which the defendant must appear and defend, and shall notify the defendant that failure to do so will result in a judgment ...

NRS 12.100             Action not to abate by death of any party after verdict ... NRS 12.110             Associates may be sued by name of association; summons; judgment ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 200
Ê as determined by the verdict of the jury, or the judgment of the court if there is no jury.       (b) If the crime does not result in substantial bodily harm to the victim and the victim is ...

A decision of at least 3 of the 4 jurors is necessary to render a verdict. A judgment arising out of the Short Trial Program may not exceed $40,000.00 per plaintiff exclusive of attorney’s fees ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 259
NRS 259.110             Rendition of verdict: Certification; contents. NRS 259.120             Testimony to be reduced to writing and filed with clerk of district court


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