Nevada State Judicial Department
Sec. § 4.157
Chief justice of the peace in certain townships: Selection; duties.


1.

The justices of the peace of each justice court having more than one justice of the peace shall choose from among those justices of the peace a chief justice of the peace who is to be the presiding judge of that court.

2.

The chief justice of the peace shall:

(a)

Assign cases to each justice of the peace of the justice court;

(b)

Prescribe the hours of court;

(c)

Adopt such other rules or regulations as are necessary for the orderly conduct of court business; and

(d)

Perform all other duties of the chief justice of the peace or of the presiding judge of a justice court that are set forth in this chapter and any other provision of NRS.
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Dec. 15, 2019