When does a petitioner have to be produced at an evidentiary hearing?
The petitioner must be produced at the evidentiary hearing unless the court, for good cause, directs otherwise. (Subd (f) amended and relettered effective January 1, 2002; adopted as subd (c) effective January 1, 1982.)
How long does it take for a writ of habeas corpus to be heard?
(A) On filing, the clerk of the court must immediately deliver the petition to the presiding judge or his or her designee. The court must rule on a petition for writ of habeas corpus within 60 days after the petition is filed.
When does a court have to issue an order to show cause?
(C) Requesting an informal response to the petition for writ of habeas corpus under (b). (5) The court must issue an order to show cause or deny the petition within 45 days after receipt of an informal response requested under (b).
When does a court have to grant or deny a motion?
Within 30 days after the filing of any denial or, if none is filed, after the expiration of the time for filing a denial, the court must either grant or deny the relief sought by the petition or order an evidentiary hearing.
Can a writ be granted by the Supreme Court?
1. This writ may be granted, on application, by the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, a district court, or a judge of the district court. When the writ is issued by the district court or a judge of the district court it shall be made returnable before the district court.
When does a writ of habeas corpus need to be issued?
NRS 34.330 Writ may be issued by appellate or district court when no plain, speedy and adequate remedy in law. NRS 34.340 Writ must be alternative or peremptory; form of writ. NRS 34.350 Court may order return and hearing at any time. HABEAS CORPUS General Provisions
When does writ of writ become returnable NRS 34.180?
NRS 34.180 Writ may be made returnable; hearing. NRS 34.185 Application alleging unconstitutional prior restraint; court required to render judgment on application not later than 30 days after application is filed. NRS 34.190 Writ must be either alternative or peremptory; substance of writ.
When is writ of mandamus denominated writ of mandate issued?
NRS 34.150 Writ of mandamus denominated writ of mandate. NRS 34.160 Writ may be issued by appellate and district courts; when writ may issue. NRS 34.170 Writ to issue when no plain, speedy and adequate remedy in law.