Victims of crime have a constitutional right to be:
- Informed, upon written request, of the status or disposition of a criminal proceeding at any stage of the proceeding;
- Present at all public hearings involving the critical stages of a criminal proceeding; and
- Heard at all proceedings for the sentencing or release of a convicted person after trial.
Nevada Const. art. I, § 8. Statutory rights include NRS 178.5698; NRS 178.5696(1); NRS 178.571; NRS 176.015(3) and (4); NRS 200.601(1) and (2); NRS 205.980(3); and NRS 213.130(4).