Nevada Military Affairs and Civil Emergencies
Sec. § 412.574
Process and mandates of military courts.


In the Nevada National Guard not in federal service, military courts are empowered to issue all process and mandates, including writs and warrants, necessary and proper to carry into full effect the powers vested in such courts. Such process and mandates may be directed to the provost marshal, the sheriff of any county, and the constables and marshals of any town or city. All officers to whom such process or mandates are directed shall execute the same and make return of their acts thereunder according to the requirements of the same.


The keepers and wardens of all city, county and city, and county jails shall receive the bodies of persons committed by the process or mandate of a military court and confine them in the manner prescribed by law.


Except as otherwise specially provided in this Code, no fees or charges of any nature shall be demanded or required to be paid by the State, or any military court or member thereof, or by the person executing its mandate or process, or by any public officer for receiving, executing or returning any such process or mandate, or for any service in connection therewith, or for receiving or confining the person in jail or custody thereunder.
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