Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings
Sec. § 34.710
Limitations on submission and consideration of pretrial petition.


1.

A district court shall not consider any pretrial petition for habeas corpus:

(a)

Based on alleged lack of probable cause or otherwise challenging the courts right or jurisdiction to proceed to the trial of a criminal charge unless a petition is filed in accordance with NRS 34.700.

(b)

Based on a ground which the petitioner could have included as a ground for relief in any prior petition for habeas corpus or other petition for extraordinary relief.

2.

If an application is made to the Court of Appeals for a writ of habeas corpus and the application is entertained by the Court of Appeals, and thereafter denied, the person making the application may not submit thereafter an application to the district judge of the district in which the applicant is held in custody, nor to any other district judge in any other judicial district of the State, premised upon the illegality of the same charge upon which the applicant is held in custody.

3.

If an application is made to a justice of the Supreme Court for a writ of habeas corpus and the application is entertained by the justice or the Supreme Court, and thereafter denied, the person making the application may not submit thereafter an application to the Court of Appeals, the district judge of the district in which the applicant is held in custody, nor to any other district judge in any other judicial district of the State, premised upon the illegality of the same charge upon which the applicant is held in custody.
Petitions for Postconviction Relief
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