Court Records Requests “Court Record” means any document, information, exhibit, or other thing that is maintained, created, collected, or prepared by a court and is in the court’s custody or control in connection with judicial proceedings such as, but not limited to, indexes, calendars, dockets, registers of actions, court files, official records of proceedings, orders, decrees, judgments, minutes, and any information in a case management system.
FEES: The requestor must pay the fee for preparing any copy, whether paper or electronic, as set forth in NRS 4.060. Media entities who submit multiple record requests over the course of time may establish a draw down account with the LVJC Finance Division to cover the required fees without delay in the production of court records.
Administrative Records Requests “Administrative Record” means any document, information, data, or other item created, collected, received, stored, or maintained in the custody or exclusive control of the LVJC pertaining to the administration of the LVJC and that is not contained within a file or record of a court case. Administrative records do not include documents, information, data, or items that may otherwise be publicly available from other sources.
The draw down account will be active within 3 business days of the date the Memorandum of Understanding is signed and the initial draw down deposit is received by the finance division of Las Vegas Justice Court.
Draw down account deposits must be made in check, money order and/or cash. Credit card payments to the drawdown account are not accepted. The customer is required to provide their unique identifier on every deposit submitted. The draw down accounts must not be left at a $0.00 (zero) balance.
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