Nevada Revised Statutes Title 2. Civil Practice § 16.190. Polling jury; recording verdict and discharging jury
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When the verdict is given and is not informal or insufficient, the jury foreman or the clerk shall read it aloud. If the verdict is general, any party may request that the jury be polled. If a poll is requested, the clerk shall call the names of the jurors and ask each “Is this your verdict as read?” If more than one-fourth of the jurors disagree, the jury shall be again sent out; but if no disagreement is expressed, the clerk shall fully record the verdict in the minutes, the verdict is complete and the jury shall be discharged from the case.
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