Nevada Miscellaneous Matters Related to Government and Public Affairs

Sec. § 241.0353
Absolute privilege of certain statements and testimony.


Any statement which is made by a member of a public body during the course of a public meeting is absolutely privileged and does not impose liability for defamation or constitute a ground for recovery in any civil action.


A witness who is testifying before a public body is absolutely privileged to publish defamatory matter as part of a public meeting, except that it is unlawful to misrepresent any fact knowingly when testifying before a public body.

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