Nev. Admin. Code § 427A.3335 - Hearings: Rules of procedure and evidence

1. In conducting a hearing, the Attorney for the Rights of Older Persons and Persons with a Physical Disability, an Intellectual Disability or a Related Condition is not bound by the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure and an informality in any proceeding or in the manner of taking of testimony does not invalidate any decision the Attorney for the Rights of Older Persons and Persons with a Physical Disability, an Intellectual Disability or a Related Condition issues.
2. The Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure may be generally followed, but may be relaxed by the Attorney for the Rights of Older Persons and Persons with a Physical Disability, an Intellectual Disability or a Related Condition if deviation from those rules of evidence will aid in ascertaining the facts.
3. If an objection is made to the admissibility of evidence, the evidence may be received but it is subject to any subsequent ruling of the Attorney for the Rights of Older Persons and Persons with a Physical Disability, an Intellectual Disability or a Related Condition.
4. The Attorney for the Rights of Older Persons and Persons with a Physical Disability, an Intellectual Disability or a Related Condition may exclude inadmissible, incompetent, cumulative or irrelevant evidence.
5. A party objecting to the introduction of evidence shall briefly state the grounds of the objection at the time the evidence is offered.
6. Evidence admitted at hearings must be material and relevant to the issues.

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Nev. Admin. Code § 427A.3335
Added to NAC by Aging Services Div. by R167-06, eff. 9-18-2007; A by R111-19A, eff. 11/2/2020
NRS 427A.070, 427A.175

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