The petitioner files a petition pursuant to subsection 1 with due diligence after the petitioner has ceased being a victim of trafficking or involuntary servitude or has sought services for victims of such trafficking or involuntary servitude.
Before the court decides whether to grant a petition filed pursuant to subsection 1, the court shall:
Notify the district attorney and the chief probation officer or the Chief of the Youth Parole Bureau and allow any person who has evidence that is relevant to consideration of the petition to testify at the hearing on the petition; and
Take into consideration any reasonable concerns for the safety of the petitioner, family members of the petitioner or other victims that may be jeopardized by the granting of the petition.
If the court grants a petition filed pursuant to subsection 1, the court shall:
Vacate the adjudication and dismiss the accusatory pleading; and
Order sealed all records relating to the adjudication.
If a petition filed pursuant to subsection 1 does not satisfy the requirements of NRS 62H.130 or the juvenile court determines that the petition is otherwise deficient with respect to the sealing of the petitioner’s record, the juvenile court may enter an order to vacate the adjudication and dismiss the accusatory pleading if the petitioner satisfies all requirements necessary for the adjudication to be vacated.
If the juvenile court enters an order pursuant to subsection 6, the court shall also order sealed all records of the petitioner which relate to the adjudication being vacated in accordance with paragraph (b) of subsection 5, regardless of whether any records relating to other adjudications are ineligible for sealing either by operation of law or because of a deficiency in the petition.