Nevada law repeals seven-year criminal conviction reporting restriction
Senate Bill 409, which goes into effect immediately, “removes the prohibition against disclosing a record of conviction of a crime which is more than 7 years old, meaning that there is no limitation of time for which such a record may be disclosed.”
Crimes which resulted in a non-conviction are not affected by the bill and are still subject to the seven-year reporting limitation.
The full text of the law can be found here.
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