NRS 622A.330

  • limitations on interrogatories and depositions.


At any time after being served with the charging document, the licensee may file with the regulatory body or hearing panel or officer a written discovery request for a copy of all documents and other evidence intended to be presented by the prosecutor in support of the case and a list of proposed witnesses.


The investigative file for the case is not discoverable unless the prosecutor intends to present materials from the investigative file as evidence in support of the case. The investigative file for the case includes all communications, records, affidavits or reports acquired or created as part of the investigation of the case, whether or not acquired through a subpoena related to the investigation of the licensee.


A party may not serve any interrogatories on another party or take any depositions relating to the case, unless permitted by the regulations of the regulatory body.

Source: Section 622A.330 — Discovery; limitations on interrogatories and depositions., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-622A.­html#NRS622ASec330.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 622A.330’s source at nv​.us