Nevada Witnesses and Evidence

Sec. § 50.090
Evidence of previous sexual conduct of victim of sexual assault or statutory sexual seduction inadmissible to challenge victim’s credibility; exceptions.

In any prosecution for sexual assault or statutory sexual seduction or for attempt to commit or conspiracy to commit either crime, the accused may not present evidence of any previous sexual conduct of the victim of the crime to challenge the victim’s credibility as a witness unless the prosecutor has presented evidence or the victim has testified concerning such conduct, or the absence of such conduct, in which case the scope of the accused’s cross-examination of the victim or rebuttal must be limited to the evidence presented by the prosecutor or victim.

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Feb. 5, 2021