Nevada Juvenile Justice

Sec. § 62C.330
Extradition of child.


1.

If a child commits a criminal offense in this State and the child flees to another state, the Governor shall request extradition of the child from the other state to this State according to the other state’s procedure for the extradition of adults.

2.

If a child commits a criminal offense in another state and the child flees to this State, the child may be extradited to the other state in accordance with the provisions of NRS 179.177 to 179.235, inclusive, except that while the child is awaiting extradition, the child must be detained in a facility for the detention of children if space is available.
NOTIFICATION OF CERTAIN OFFENSES
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