Nevada Military Affairs and Civil Emergencies
Suspension, remission or mitigation of punishment.
The officer who imposes the punishment authorized in NRS 412.288, or the officers successor in command, may, at any time, suspend probationally any part or amount of the unexecuted punishment imposed and may suspend probationally a reduction in grade or a forfeiture imposed under NRS 412.288, whether or not executed.
In addition, he or she may, at any time, remit or mitigate any part or amount of the unexecuted punishment imposed and may set aside in whole or in part the punishment, whether executed or unexecuted, and restore all rights, privileges and property affected.
He or she may also mitigate reduction in grade to forfeiture or detention of pay.
When mitigating forfeiture of pay to detention of pay, the amount of the detention must not be greater than the amount of the forfeiture.
When mitigating reduction in grade to forfeiture or detention of pay, the amount of the forfeiture or detention shall not be greater than the amount that could have been imposed initially under NRS 412.286 to 412.302, inclusive, by the officer who imposed the punishment mitigated.