Appellants must complete this docketing statement in compliance with NRAP 14(a). The
purpose of the docketing statement is to assist the Supreme Court in screening jurisdiction,
identifying issues on appeal, assessing presumptive assignment to the Court of Appeals under
NRAP 17, scheduling cases for oral argument and settlement conferences, classifying cases for
expedited treatment and assignment to the Court of Appeals, and compiling statistical
This statement must be completed fully, accurately and on time. NRAP 14(c). The Supreme
Court may impose sanctions on counsel or appellant if it appears that the information provided
is incomplete or inaccurate. Id. Failure to fill out the statement completely or to file it in a
timely manner constitutes grounds for the imposition of sanctions, including a fine and/or
dismissal of the appeal.
A complete list of the documents that must be attached appears as Question 27 on this docketing
statement. Failure to attach all required documents will result in the delay of your appeal and
may result in the imposition of sanctions.
This court has noted that when attorneys do not take seriously their obligations under NRAP 14
to complete the docketing statement properly and conscientiously, they waste the valuable
judicial resources of this court, making the imposition of sanctions appropriate. See KDI Sylvan
Pools v. Workman, 107 Nev. 340, 344, 810 P.2d 1217, 1220 (1991). Please use tab dividers to
separate any attached documents.