Clark County Prosecuting Attorney ePortal

Terms of Use

Please carefully read the following Terms and Conditions before registering to use the Portal. By registering to use the Portal you are indicating that you agree with all the terms and conditions of its use.

Any disclosure under these policies is strictly for discovery purposes and does not constitute a public disclosure under any state or federal public information act.

Additionally, the information contained in the Portal is confidential and it is disclosed to the defense representative for the sole purpose of preparing the client’s case and with the expectation that the information will not be improperly used. Improper use includes, but is not limited to:

• Disseminating this information to anyone for any purpose beyond what is necessary to effectively represent the defendant; and/or
• Using this information to harass, threaten, and otherwise intimidate victims and/or witnesses.

It is the sole responsibility of the defense representative to ensure that none of the information obtained from the Portal is used or disseminated improperly. It is also the responsibility of the defense representative to advise all employees or agents of the representative of the restrictions contained within this policy with respect to the use of the Portal and to ensure that said employees and agents also abide by all the terms and conditions imposed herein. Any breach of this stipulation may result in the immediate termination of the use of the Portal.

Notwithstanding any privilege accorded by this agreement, we reserve the right to terminate this manner of discovery, in whole or in part at any time without further notice.