Nevada Revised Statutes Title 38. Public Welfare § 432B.160. Immunity from civil or criminal liability; presumption
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1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, immunity from civil or criminal liability extends to every person who in good faith:
(a) Makes a report pursuant to NRS 432B.220;
(b) Conducts an interview or allows an interview to be taken pursuant to NRS 432B.270;
(c) Allows or takes photographs or X-rays pursuant to NRS 432B.270;
(d) Causes a medical test to be performed pursuant to NRS 432B.270;
(e) Provides a record, or a copy thereof, of a medical test performed pursuant to NRS 432B.270 to an agency which provides child welfare services to the child, a law enforcement agency that participated in the investigation of the report made pursuant to NRS 432B.220 or the prosecuting attorney's office;
(g) Performs any act pursuant to subsection 2 of NRS 432B.630;
(h) Refers a case or recommends the filing of a petition pursuant to NRS 432B.380; or
(i) Participates in a judicial proceeding resulting from a referral or recommendation.
2. The provisions of subsection 1 do not confer any immunity from liability for the negligent performance of any act pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS 432B.630.
3. In any proceeding to impose liability against a person for:
(a) Making a report pursuant to NRS 432B.220; or
(b) Performing any act set forth in paragraphs (b) to (i), inclusive, of subsection 1,
there is a presumption that the person acted in good faith.
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