Law Library

StopSignIMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM DISTRICT COURT UPDATED 4-26-2021

The District Court is mindful of the current situation and we want to help ensure that the community stays safe while continuing to provide fair and expeditious processing of cases.

4/26/2021 - Per Administrative Order AO-21-001, the District Court Law Library is now open for the residents of Churchill County, Counsel, litigants, and witnesses for public use.

For current updates on the COVID-19/Coronavirus, please visit the Churchill County Board of Health/Public Service Announcements webpage.


NEW ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER ADDED 4-26-21

Tenth Judicial District Court Administrative Order AO-21-001 (PDF)

Tenth Judicial District Court Administrative Order AO-20-006 (PDF)

Tenth Judicial District Court Administrative Order AO-20-005 (PDF)

Tenth Judicial District Court Administrative Order AO-20-003 (PDF)

Tenth Judicial District Court Administrative Order AO-20-002 (PDF)

Tenth Judicial District Court Administrative Order AO-20-001 (PDF)

Scheduled Appearances (PDF)

Visitor Restrictions (PDF)

Legal Research

The Churchill County Law Library has a computer for on-line research. This allows the public access to Advanced Sheets, Nevada Revised Statutes, Nevada Administrative Code, Nevada Attorney General’s Opinions, Nevada Reports, Nevada Legislature, U.S. Statutes at Large, Code of Federal Regulations, Public Laws of the U.S., United States Supreme Court Reports, United States Code, Federal Register, Churchill County Code, Fallon Municipal Code; Black’s Law Dictionary, and Supreme Court Library Resources Information can be printed on the printer located in the Law Library. A fee of $ 0.25 per page will be assessed for copies of documents that are printed. The process is user-friendly with instructions for use posted by the computer. This manner of maintaining the law library allows for the most current information in the least amount of space.

The law library is available during normal business hours: Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (excluding holidays).

If you have questions, the Law Clerk is available to guide you regarding locating information you are seeking.

Please be advised that in accordance with NRS 7.285, the Law Clerk is prohibited from giving legal advice and may only provide guidance.