Nevada Revised Statutes Title 14. Procedure in Criminal Cases § 171.080. No statute of limitation for murder or terrorism

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There is no limitation of the time within which a prosecution for:

1. Murder, or a sexual assault arising out of the same facts and circumstances as a murder, must be commenced.  It may be commenced at any time after the death of the person killed.

2. A violation of NRS 202.445 must be commenced.  It may be commenced at any time after the violation is committed.

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