Nevada Witnesses and Evidence
Sec. § 47.210
Determination on evidence of presumed fact: Where basic facts lacking.


When reasonable minds would necessarily agree that the evidence does not render the existence of the basic facts more probable than not, but direct evidence is introduced concerning the existence of the presumed fact, the judge shall submit the matter to the jury with an instruction to determine the existence of the presumed fact from the direct evidence without reference to the presumption.
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