Nevada State Judicial Department
Forms of discipline.
Pursuant to a deferred discipline agreement with the judge entered into pursuant to NRS 1.468 or based on a finding of misconduct following a hearing on a formal statement of charges, the Commission may take one or more of the following actions:
Publicly admonish, publicly reprimand or publicly censure a judge.
Impose a fine upon the judge.
Suspend the judge from office without pay.
Require the judge to:
Complete a probationary period pursuant to conditions deemed appropriate by the Commission.
Attend training or educational courses.
Follow a remedial course of action.
Issue a public apology.
Comply with conditions or limitations on future conduct.
Seek medical, psychiatric or psychological care or counseling and direct the provider of health care or counselor to report to the Commission regarding the condition or progress of the judge.
Bar the judge from serving in a judicial office in the future.
Impose any other reasonable disciplinary action or combination of disciplinary actions that the Commission determines will curtail or remedy the misconduct of the judge.
The Commission may publicly admonish a judge pursuant to subsection 1 if the Commission determines that the judge has violated one or more of the provisions of the Revised Nevada Code of Judicial Conduct in a manner that is not knowing or deliberate and for which there are no aggravating factors.
The Commission may publicly reprimand a judge pursuant to subsection 1 if the Commission determines that the judge has violated one or more of the provisions of the Revised Nevada Code of Judicial Conduct in a manner that is:
Not knowing or deliberate but for which there are aggravating factors; or
Knowing or deliberate but for which there are mitigating factors.