The court found that the lower court had erroneously applied the incorrect statute in determining the requisite waiting period to file an application to seal records, and reversed and remanded with instructions for the lower court to apply the updated statute. The court found Finley’s argument – that a later court is prohibited from considering that conviction in an application to seal further records once record of a conviction has been sealed – without merit because statutory language expressly permits courts to consider sealed records in future applications.
Coonan, Ben, "In re Application of Finley, Nevada Ct. App., No. 76715-COA (July 25, 2019)" (2020). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1286.