§ 484C.240 Admissibility of evidence of refusal to submit to evidentiary test; availability of results of test; admissibility of evidence from test
484C.240. Admissibility of evidence of refusal to submit to evidentiary test; availability of results of test; admissibility of evidence from test
1. If a person refuses to submit to a required chemical test provided for in NRS 484C.150 or 484C.160, evidence of that refusal is admissible in any criminal or administrative action arising out of acts alleged to have been committed while the person was:
(a) Driving or in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance; or
(b) Engaging in any other conduct prohibited by NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430.
2. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3 of NRS 484C.150, a court or hearing officer may not exclude evidence of a required test or failure to submit to such a test if the police officer or other person substantially complied with the provisions of NRS 484C.150 to 484C.250, inclusive, and 484C.600 to 484C.640, inclusive.
3. If a person submits to a chemical test provided for in NRS 484C.150 or 484C.160, full information concerning that test must be made available, upon request of the person, to the person or his or her attorney.
4. Evidence of a required test is not admissible in a criminal or administrative proceeding unless it is shown by documentary or other evidence that the law enforcement agency calibrated the breath-testing device and otherwise maintained it as required by the regulations of the Committee on Testing for Intoxication.