R.R.S. Neb. 28-4709(1)
Liability: Prescribing, Administering, or Dispensing Opioid Antagonist
A health care provider, who, in good faith, prescribes, administers, or dispenses an opioid-antagonist to an individual in need, or to a family member or friend who can assist a person likely to experience an opioid-related overdose, will not be held legally responsible and will not be professionally disciplined.
Naloxone; authorized activities; immunity from administrative action or criminal prosecution
(1) A health professional who is authorized to prescribe or dispense naloxone, if acting with reasonable care, may prescribe, administer, or dispense naloxone to any of the following persons without being subject to administrative action or criminal prosecution: (a) A person who is apparently experiencing or who is likely to experience an opioid-related overdose; or (b) A family member, friend, or other person in a position to assist a person who is apparently experiencing or who is likely to experience an opioid- related overdose.