NRS 175.011(2) states:
"In a justice's court, a case shall be tried by jury only if the defendant so demands in writing not less than 30 days prior to trial. Where a case is tried by jury, a reporter must be present who is an official reporter for a district court
of this state, and shall report the trial." See here
As such, the Defendant does indeed have this right, but must request it at least 30 days before day of trial.
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