NRS 622A.370
Burden and standard of proof

  • rules of procedure and evidence
  • grounds for disciplinary action
  • administrative penalties
  • transcription of hearing
  • costs.


The prosecutor has the burden of proof in any hearing pursuant to this chapter. The standard of proof in such a hearing is a preponderance of the evidence.


Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, the regulatory body or hearing panel or officer is not bound by strict rules of procedure or rules of evidence when conducting the hearing, except that evidence must be taken and considered in the hearing pursuant to NRS 233B.123.


In any hearing pursuant to this chapter, the acts which constitute grounds for initiating disciplinary action against a licensee and the administrative penalties that may be imposed against a licensee are set forth in the occupational licensing chapter governing the licensee.


If requested by any party, the hearing or any portion of the hearing must be transcribed. The party making the request shall pay all costs for the transcription.


As used in this section, “preponderance of the evidence” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 233B.0375.

Source: Section 622A.370 — Burden and standard of proof; rules of procedure and evidence; grounds for disciplinary action; administrative penalties; transcription of hearing; costs., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-622A.­html#NRS622ASec370.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

§ 622A.370’s source at nv​.us