Nevada Juvenile Justice
Minor traffic offenses.
If a child is found to have committed a minor traffic offense, the juvenile court may do any or all of the following:
Order the child to pay a fine. If, because of financial hardship, the child is unable to pay the fine, the juvenile court may order the child to perform community service.
Recommend to the Department of Motor Vehicles the suspension of the drivers license of the child.
Order the child to attend and complete a traffic survival course.
Order the child or the parent or guardian of the child, or both, to pay the reasonable cost for the child to attend the traffic survival course.
Order the child placed on probation and impose such conditions as the juvenile court deems proper.
The juvenile court shall forward to the Department of Motor Vehicles, in the form required by NRS 483.450, a record of the minor traffic offense, unless the offense involved a violation of a law or ordinance governing standing or parking.
As used in this section, juvenile court means:
The juvenile court; or
The Justice Court or municipal court if the juvenile court has transferred the case and record to the Justice Court or municipal court pursuant to NRS 62B.380.