Nev. Admin. Code § 180.Sec. 33 - NEW

An attorney who seeks to provide indigent defense services to a person charged with a non-capital category A felony or a category B felony for which the maximum penalty is more than 10 years must:

1. Meet the following requirements:
(a) Be licensed to practice law in the State of Nevada;
(b) Have practiced criminal law for 3 full years, either as a prosecutor, provider of indigent defense services or retained counsel; and
(c) Have been trial counsel, alone or with other trial counsel, and handled a significant portion of three felony jury trials that were tried to completion; or
2. As determined by the Department, demonstrate experience and skills that are equivalent to the requirements set forth in subsection 1, have a significant record of quality representation in criminal trials and have the ability to handle complex felony matters.


Nev. Admin. Code § 180.Sec. 33
Added to NAC by R042-20A, eff. 10/25/2021
NRS 180.320

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