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1. A sentence of confinement adjudged by a military court, whether or not the sentence includes discharge or dismissal, and whether or not the discharge or dismissal has been executed, may be carried into execution by confinement in any place of confinement under the control of any of the forces of the Nevada National Guard or in any jail, detention facility, penitentiary or prison designated for that purpose. Persons so confined in a jail, detention facility, penitentiary or prison are subject to the same discipline and treatment as persons confined or committed to the jail, detention facility, penitentiary or prison by the courts of the State or of any political subdivision thereof.
2. No place of confinement may require payment of any fee or charge for so receiving or confining a person except as otherwise provided by law.
3. The keepers, officers and wardens of city or county jails and of other jails, detention facilities, penitentiaries or prisons designated by the Governor, or by such person as the Governor may authorize to act under NRS 412.276, shall:
(a) Receive persons ordered into confinement before trial and persons committed to confinement by a military court; and
(b) Confine them according to law.
A keeper, officer or warden may not require payment of any fee or charge for so receiving or confining a person.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 36. Military Affairs and Civil Emergencies § 412.414. Execution of confinement - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-36-military-affairs-and-civil-emergencies/nv-rev-st-412-414/
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