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1. Nevada.2. 17, was adjudicated delinquent as a juvenile. Probation was positively terminated about 12 hours ago, 2 months early.
NRS 62H.150 Limitations on sealing records related to certain delinquent acts.
1. If a child is adjudicated delinquent for an unlawful act listed in subsection 6 and the records relating to that unlawful act have not been sealed by the juvenile court pursuant to NRS 62H.130 before the child reaches 21 years of age, those records must not be sealed before the child reaches 30 years of age.
2. After the child reaches 30 years of age, the child may petition the juvenile court for an order sealing those records.
3. If a petition is filed pursuant to this section, the juvenile court shall notify the district attorney and the chief probation officer.
4. The district attorney and the chief probation officer, or any of their deputies, or any other person who has evidence that is relevant to consideration of the petition may testify at the hearing on the petition.
5. After the hearing on the petition, the juvenile court may enter an order sealing the records relating to the child if the juvenile court finds that, during the period since the child reached 21 years of age, the child has not been convicted of any offense, except for minor moving or standing traffic offenses.
6. The provisions of this section apply to any of the following unlawful acts:
(a) An unlawful act which, if committed by an adult, would have constituted:
(1) Sexual assault pursuant to NRS 200.366;
(2) Battery with intent to commit sexual assault pursuant to NRS 200.400; or
(3) Lewdness with a child pursuant to NRS 201.230.
(b) An unlawful act which would have been a felony if committed by an adult and which involved the use or threatened use of force or violence.
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