The Court determined that (1) a judgment of conviction containing a restitution provision must contain the specific amount of restitution required; (2) a judgment of conviction containing an indeterminate restitution provision is not a final judgement for purposes of appeal or for purposes of triggering the deadline for filing a habeas petition; and (3) the principle of finality requires that even when such an error is made, if the defendant treats the judgment as final by litigating, the defendant is estopped from later arguing that judgment was not final and that subsequent proceedings were null and void for lack of jurisdiction.
Bays, John, "Witter v. State, 135 Nev. Adv. Op. 73444 (Nov. 14, 2019)" (2019). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1273.