Nevada Revised Statutes Title 16. Correctional Institutions; Aid to Victims of Crime § 211.300. Electronic supervision of unconvicted person detained before trial
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With the approval of the court of jurisdiction for the particular case, the sheriff or chief of police may supervise an unconvicted person detained before the person’s trial in the manner provided for convicted prisoners in NRS 211.250 to 211.290, inclusive. If such approval is given, the provisions of NRS 211.250 to 211.290, inclusive, apply to the unconvicted person in the same manner as they apply to a convicted prisoner.
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