Nevada Witnesses and Evidence

Sec. § 49.249
Exceptions.


There is no privilege under NRS 49.247 or 49.248:

1.

If the client communicates to the marriage and family therapist that the client intends or plans to commit what the client knows or reasonably should know is a crime.

2.

If the marriage and family therapist is required to testify in an administrative or court-related investigation or proceeding involving the welfare of his or her client or the minor children of his or her client.

3.

For communications relevant to an issue in proceedings to hospitalize the patient for mental illness, if the marriage and family therapist in the course of diagnosis or treatment has determined that the client is in need of hospitalization.

4.

As to communications relevant to an issue of the treatment of the client in any proceeding in which the treatment is an element of a claim or defense.
CLINICAL PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR AND CLIENT
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Feb. 5, 2021