Nevada Juvenile Justice
Sec. § 62E.270
Administrative assessment to be ordered when fine is imposed against certain persons.


1.

If the juvenile court imposes a fine against:

(a)

A delinquent child pursuant to NRS 62E.730;

(b)

A child who has committed a minor traffic offense, except an offense related to metered parking, pursuant to NRS 62E.700; or

(c)

A child in need of supervision, or the parent or guardian of the child, because the child is a habitual truant pursuant to NRS 62E.430,
the juvenile court shall order the child or the parent or guardian of the child to pay an administrative assessment of $10 in addition to the fine.

2.

If, pursuant to NRS 62E.440, the juvenile court imposes a fine against a child who has committed an offense related to tobacco, the juvenile court shall order the child to pay an administrative assessment of $10 in addition to the fine.

3.

The juvenile court shall state separately on its docket the amount of money that the juvenile court collects for the administrative assessment.

4.

If the child is found not to have committed the alleged act or the charges are dropped, the juvenile court shall return to the child or the parent or guardian of the child any money deposited with the juvenile court for the administrative assessment.

5.

On or before the fifth day of each month for the preceding month, the clerk of the court shall pay to the county treasurer the money the juvenile court collects for administrative assessments.

6.

On or before the 15th day of each month, the county treasurer shall deposit the money in the county general fund for credit to a special account for the use of the countys juvenile court or for services to delinquent children.
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Nov. 21, 2019