Person from whom firearm is unlawfully confiscated may commence action against State or political subdivision responsible for confiscation; court in which action may be commenced; court shall award attorney’s fees and costs.
A person from whom a firearm is confiscated in violation of NRS 414.155 may seek relief in a suit, action or other proceeding at law or in equity, including, without limitation, an action for the return of the firearm, against:
The State of Nevada or a political subdivision thereof; and
The officer or employee of the State or a political subdivision thereof or worker who confiscated or authorized the confiscation of the firearm.
The proceeding may be commenced in a court of competent jurisdiction in the county in which:
The person bringing the proceeding resides; or
The firearm may be found.
If a person who brings a proceeding pursuant to this section prevails, the court shall award the person, in addition to any other remedy provided by law, reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.