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Nevada Revised Statutes - Crimes and Punishments

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.010

Definitions. As used in this title, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 193.011 to 193.0245, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in those ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.011

“Boat” defined. “Boat” includes ships, steamers and other structures adapted to navigation or movement from place to place by water. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0115

“Bond” defined. “Bond” includes an undertaking. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.012

“Break” defined. “Break,” when used in connection with the crime of burglary, includes: 1. Breaking or violently detaching any part, internal or external, of a building. 2. Opening, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0125

“Building” defined. “Building” includes every house, shed, boat, watercraft, railway car, tent or booth, whether completed or not, suitable for affording shelter for any human being, or as a place ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.013

“Corrupt” and “corruptly” defined. “Corrupt” and “corruptly” import a wrongful desire to acquire or cause some pecuniary or other advantage to himself or another, by the person to whom applicable. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.014

“Dwelling house” defined. “Dwelling house” includes every building or structure which has been usually occupied by a person lodging therein at night, and whenever it is so constructed as to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0145

“Enter” defined. “Enter,” when constituting an element or part of a crime, includes the entrance of the offender, or the insertion of any part of his body, or of any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0155

“Indicted,” “indictment,” “informed against” and “information” defined. “Indicted” and “indictment” include “informed against” and “information”; and “informed against” and “information” include “indicted” and “indictment.” ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.016

“Judge” defined. “Judge” includes every judicial officer authorized, alone or with others, to hold or preside over a court of record. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0165

“Jurors” defined. “Jurors” include a talesman, and extend to jurors in all courts, whether of record or not. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.017

“Knowingly” defined. “Knowingly” imports a knowledge that the facts exist which constitute the act or omission of a crime, and does not require knowledge of its unlawfulness. Knowledge of any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0175

“Malice” and “maliciously” defined. “Malice” and “maliciously” import an evil intent, wish or design to vex, annoy or injure another person. Malice may be inferred from an act done in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.018

“Neglect,” “negligence,” “negligent” and “negligently” defined. “Neglect,” “negligence,” “negligent” and “negligently” import a want of such attention to the nature or probable consequences of an act or omission as an ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0185

“Nighttime” defined. “Nighttime” includes the period between sunset and sunrise. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.019

“Officer” and “public officer” defined. “Officer” and “public officer” include all officers, members and employees of: 1. The State of Nevada; 2. Any political subdivision of this State;

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0195

“Owner” defined. “Owner” of any property includes any person who has a general or special property in the whole or any part thereof, or lawful possession thereof, either actual or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0205

“Person” defined. “Person” includes this State or any other state, government or country which may lawfully own property within this State whenever it is used to designate a party whose ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.021

“Personal property” defined. “Personal property” includes dogs and all domestic animals and birds, water, gas and electricity, all kinds or descriptions of money, chattels and effects, all instruments or writings ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0215

“Prison” defined. “Prison” means any place designated by law for the keeping of persons held in custody under process of law, or under lawful arrest. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.022

“Prisoner” defined. “Prisoner” includes any person held in custody under process of law, or under lawful arrest. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0225

“Property” defined. “Property” includes both real and personal property. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.023

“Railway” or “railroad” defined. “Railway” or “railroad” includes all railways, railroads and street railways, whether operated by steam, electricity or any other motive power. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0235

“Real property” defined. “Real property” includes every estate, interest and right in lands, tenements and hereditaments, corporeal or incorporeal. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.024

“Signature” defined. “Signature” includes any memorandum, mark or sign made with intent to authenticate any instrument or writing, or the subscription of any person thereto. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.0245

“Writing” defined. “Writing” includes printing. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.030

Construction of provisions of title. Every provision of this title shall be construed according to the fair import of its terms. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.040

Intent to defraud. Whenever an intent to defraud: 1. Shall be made an element of an offense, it shall be sufficient if an intent appears to defraud any person, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.045

Repeated conviction as element or aggravation of offense: Place of former conviction immaterial. Wherever it is provided in any section of this title that a repeated conviction constitutes an element ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.050

Conduct constituting crime; prohibited or unlawful acts; common law. 1. No conduct constitutes a crime unless prohibited by some statute of this State or by some ordinance or like ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.060

Construction of provisions similar to existing laws. The provisions of this title, insofar as they are substantially the same as existing statutes, shall be construed as continuations thereof and not ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.070

Effect of provisions upon past offenses. Nothing contained in any provision of this title shall apply to an offense committed or act done at any time before the day when ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.075

Effect of repeal of statute: Penalty previously imposed; prior violations. 1. Any repeal, express or implied, of any statute shall not release or extinguish any penalty, forfeiture or liability ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.080

Application to existing civil rights. Nothing in this title shall be deemed to affect any civil right or remedy existing at the time when it shall take effect by virtue ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.090

Civil remedies preserved. The omission to specify or affirm in this title any liability to any damages, penalty, forfeiture or other remedy imposed by law, and allowed to be recovered ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.100

Proceedings to impeach or remove officers and others preserved. The omission to specify or affirm in this title any ground of forfeiture of a public office, or other trust or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.105

Termination of employment, removal from office or impeachment of public employee or officer upon conviction for sale of controlled substance. 1. If, during the course of his employment, an ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.110

Authority of courts-martial unaffected; punishment for contempt unaffected. This title does not affect any power conferred by law upon any court-martial, or other military authority, or officer, to impose or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.120

Classification of crimes. 1. A crime is an act or omission forbidden by law and punishable upon conviction by death, imprisonment, fine or other penal discipline. 2. Every ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.130

Categories and punishment of felonies. 1. Except when a person is convicted of a category A felony, and except as otherwise provided by specific statute, a person convicted of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.140

Punishment of gross misdemeanors. Every person convicted of a gross misdemeanor shall be punished by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than 1 year, or by a fine ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.150

Punishment of misdemeanors. 1. Every person convicted of a misdemeanor shall be punished by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than 6 months, or by a fine ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.155

Penalty for public offense proportionate to value of property affected or loss resulting from offense. Every person who is guilty of a public offense proportionate to the value of the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.160

Penalty for misdemeanor by corporations when not fixed by statute. In all cases where a corporation is convicted of an offense for the commission of which a natural person would ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.1605

Minimum punishment for gross misdemeanor committed on property of school, at activity sponsored by school or on school bus. 1. Any person who commits a gross misdemeanor on the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.161

Additional or alternative penalty: Felony committed on property of school, at activity sponsored by school or on school bus. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2 and NRS ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.162

Additional penalty: Felony committed by adult with assistance of child. 1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 193.169 and 454.306, an adult who, with the assistance of a child:

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.163

Additional penalty: Use of handgun containing metal-penetrating bullet in commission of crime. 1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 193.169, any person who uses a handgun containing a metal-penetrating ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.165

Additional penalty: Use of deadly weapon or tear gas in commission of crime; restriction on probation. 1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 193.169, any person who uses a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.166

Additional penalty: Felony committed in violation of order for protection or order to restrict conduct. 1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 193.169, a person who commits a crime ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.167

Additional penalty: Certain crimes committed against person 60 years of age or older. 1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 193.169, any person who commits the crime of: ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.1675

Additional penalty: Commission of crime because of certain actual or perceived characteristics of victim. 1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 193.169, any person who willfully violates any provision ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.168

Additional penalty: Felony committed to promote activities of criminal gang; restriction on probation; expert testimony. 1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 193.169, any person who is convicted of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.1685

Additional or alternative penalty: Felony committed with intent to commit, cause, aid, further or conceal act of terrorism. 1. Except as otherwise provided in this section and NRS 193.169, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.169

Additional or alternative penalty: Limitation on imposition; alternative allegations. 1. A person who is sentenced to an additional term of imprisonment pursuant to the provisions of subsection 1 of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.170

Prohibited act is misdemeanor when no penalty imposed. Whenever the performance of any act is prohibited by any statute, and no penalty for the violation of such statute is imposed, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.190

To constitute crime there must be unity of act and intent. In every crime or public offense there must exist a union, or joint operation of act and intention, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.200

Intent: How manifested. Intention is manifested by the circumstances connected with the perpetration of the offense, and the sound mind and discretion of the person accused. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.210

When person considered to be of sound mind. A person is of sound mind who is not affected with insanity and who has arrived at the age of 14 years, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.220

When voluntary intoxication may be considered. No act committed by a person while in a state of voluntary intoxication shall be deemed less criminal by reason of his condition, but ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.230

Lawful resistance to commission of public offense: Who may make. Lawful resistance to the commission of a public offense may be made: 1. By the party about to be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.240

Resistance by party about to be injured. Resistance sufficient to prevent the offense may be made by the party about to be injured: 1. To prevent an offense against ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.250

Resistance by other persons. Any other person, in aid or defense of a person about to be injured, may make resistance sufficient to prevent the offense. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.260

Persons acting by command of officers of justice. Whenever the officers of justice are authorized to act in the prevention of public offenses, other persons, who by their command act ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.270

Acts punishable under foreign law. An act or omission punishable as a crime in this state is not less so because it is also punishable under the laws of another ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.280

Foreign conviction or acquittal is sufficient defense. Whenever, upon the trial of any person for a crime, it appears that the offense was committed in another state or country, under ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.290

Conviction or acquittal in other county is sufficient defense. Whenever, upon the trial of any person for a crime, it shall appear that the defendant has already been acquitted or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.300

Punishment for contempt. A criminal act which at the same time constitutes contempt of court, and has been punished as such, may also be punished as a crime, but in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.310

Sending letters: When offense deemed complete; venue. Whenever any statute makes the sending of a letter criminal, the offense shall be deemed complete from the time it is deposited in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.320

Omission to perform duty: When not punishable. No person shall be punished for an omission to perform an act when such act has been performed by another acting in his ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.330

Punishment for attempts. 1. An act done with the intent to commit a crime, and tending but failing to accomplish it, is an attempt to commit that crime. A ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 193.340

Required disclosure of certain information by provider of Internet service; penalty; issuance and enforcement of administrative subpoena; fee for information. 1. A provider of Internet service who violates the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 194.010

Persons capable of committing crimes. All persons are liable to punishment except those belonging to the following classes: 1. Children under the age of 8 years. 2. Children ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 194.020

Persons liable to punishment. The following persons, except as provided in NRS 194.010, are liable to punishment: 1. A person who commits in the State any crime, in whole ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 194.040

Jurisdiction of State over public offenses committed by or against Indians in areas of Indian country. In accordance with the provisions of NRS 41.430, jurisdiction over public offenses committed by ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 195.010

Classification of parties to crimes. Parties to crimes are classified as: 1. Principals; and 2. Accessories. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 195.020

Principals. Every person concerned in the commission of a felony, gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor, whether he directly commits the act constituting the offense, or aids or abets in its commission, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 195.030

Accessories. Every person not standing in the relation of husband or wife, brother or sister, parent or grandparent, child or grandchild, to the offender, who: 1. After the commission ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 195.040

Trial and punishment of accessories. 1. An accessory to a felony may be indicted, tried and convicted either in the county where he became an accessory, or where the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 196.010

Treason. 1. Treason against the people of the State consists in: (a) Levying war against the people of the State; (b) Adhering to its enemies; or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 196.020

“Levying war” defined. To constitute levying war against the State an actual act of war must be committed. To conspire to levy war is not enough. When persons arise in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 196.030

Misprision of treason. A person who has knowledge of the commission of treason, who conceals the crime, and does not, as soon as may be, disclose the treason to the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.010

Bribery of executive or administrative officer. A person who gives, offers or promises, directly or indirectly, any compensation, gratuity or reward to any executive or administrative officer of the State, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.020

Bribery of other public officers. A person who gives, offers or promises, directly or indirectly, any compensation, gratuity or reward to a person executing any of the functions of a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.030

Asking or receiving bribe by executive or administrative officer. An executive or administrative officer or person elected or appointed to an executive or administrative office who asks or receives, directly ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.040

Asking or receiving bribe by public officer or employee. A person who executes any of the functions of a public office not specified in NRS 197.030, 199.020 or 218.600, and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.050

Rebate or division of salary unlawful. 1. It is unlawful for any state, county or municipal officer to offer or agree to appoint, or for any person whatever to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.060

Unlawful to agree to divide salary. 1. It is unlawful for any deputy officer or attache of the state, county or municipal government of this state to rebate, refund, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.070

Payment of bona fide debt by deputy or attache. Nothing in NRS 197.050 and 197.060 shall be construed to relieve any deputy officer or attache from the payment of a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.080

Offering reward for appointment. Every person who shall give, offer or promise, directly or indirectly, any compensation, gratuity or reward, in consideration that he or another person shall be appointed ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.090

Interfering with public officer. Except under circumstances where a greater penalty is provided in NRS 200.481, any person who, by means of any threat, force or violence, attempts to deter ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.100

Influencing public officer. 1. Every person who shall ask or receive any compensation, gratuity or reward, or any promise thereof: (a) Upon the representation that he can, directly ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.110

Misconduct of public officer. Every public officer who: 1. Asks or receives, directly or indirectly, any compensation, gratuity or reward, or promise thereof, for omitting or deferring the performance ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.120

False impersonation of public officer; intrusion into and refusal to surrender public office. Every person who shall falsely personate or represent any public officer, or who shall willfully intrude himself ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.130

False report by public officer. Every public officer who shall knowingly make any false or misleading statement in any official report or statement, under circumstances not otherwise prohibited by law, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.140

Public officer making false certificate. Every public officer who, being authorized by law to make or give a certificate or other writing, shall knowingly make and deliver as true such ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.150

Falsely auditing or paying claim. A public officer, or person holding or discharging the duties of any public office or place of trust under the State or in any county, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.160

Fraudulently presenting claim to public officer. Every person who, with the intent to defraud, shall knowingly present for audit, allowance or payment to any officer or board of the State ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.170

Extortion by public officer or employee. A public officer or employee who: 1. Asks, receives or agrees to receive a fee or other compensation for his official service or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.180

Wrongful exercise of official power. Any person who willfully takes upon himself to exercise or officiate in any office or place of another, without being lawfully authorized thereto, is guilty ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.190

Obstructing public officer. Every person who, after due notice, shall refuse or neglect to make or furnish any statement, report or information lawfully required of him by any public officer, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.200

Oppression under color of office. 1. An officer, or a person pretending to be an officer, who unlawfully and maliciously, under pretense or color of official authority: (a) ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.210

Fraudulent appropriation of property. An officer who fraudulently appropriates to his own use or to the use of another person, or secretes with the intent to appropriate to such a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.220

Other violations by officers. Every public officer or other person who shall willfully disobey any provision of law regulating his official conduct in cases for which no other punishment is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 197.230

Conviction of public officer forfeits trust. The conviction of a public officer of any felony or malfeasance in office shall entail, in addition to such other penalty as may be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 198.010

Improperly influencing member of legislative body. Every person who obtains or seeks to obtain money or other thing of value from another person upon a pretense, claim or representation that ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.010

Bribery of judicial officer. A person who gives, offers or promises, directly or indirectly, any compensation, gratuity or reward to a judicial officer, juror, referee, arbitrator, appraiser, assessor or other ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.020

Judicial officer who asks for or receives bribe. A judicial officer who asks or receives, directly or indirectly, any compensation, gratuity or reward, or any promise thereof, upon an agreement ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.030

Jurors and others accepting bribes. A juror, referee, arbitrator, appraiser, assessor or other person authorized by law to hear or determine any question, matter, cause, controversy or proceeding, who asks ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.040

Influencing juror, arbitrator, referee or prospective juror. Every person who shall influence, or attempt to influence, improperly, in their respective capacities as such, a juror or any person drawn or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.050

Juror, arbitrator or referee promising verdict or decision or receiving communication. Every juror and every person chosen or appointed arbitrator or referee who shall make any promise or agreement to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.060

Misconduct of officer drawing jury. Every person charged by law with the preparation of any jury list or list of names from which any jury is to be drawn, and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.070

Soliciting jury duty. Every person who shall, directly or indirectly, solicit or request any person charged with the duty of preparing any jury list to put his name, or the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.080

Misconduct of officer in charge of jury. Every person to whose charge a jury shall be committed by a court or magistrate, who shall knowingly, without leave of such court ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.090

Testimony of offender. Every person offending against any of the provisions of law relating to bribery or corruption shall be a competent witness against another so offending and shall not ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.100

Rescuing prisoner. 1. A person who, by force or fraud, rescues from lawful custody, or from an officer or person having him in lawful custody, a prisoner held upon ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.110

Retaking goods from custody of officer. Every person who shall take from the custody of any officer or other person any personal property in his charge under any process of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.120

Definition; penalties. A person, having taken a lawful oath or made affirmation in a judicial proceeding or in any other matter where, by law, an oath or affirmation is required ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.125

“Oath” and “swear” defined. 1. The term “oath” shall include an affirmation and every other mode authorized by law of attesting the truth of that which is stated. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.130

False affidavit or complaint to effect arrest or search. 1. A person who makes, executes or signs or causes to be made, executed or signed, any false or fictitious ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.140

Use of fictitious name on affidavit or complaint to effect arrest or search. 1. A person who makes, executes or signs, or causes to be made, executed or signed, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.145

Statement made in declaration under penalty of perjury. A person who, in a declaration made under penalty of perjury: 1. Makes a willful and false statement in a matter ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.150

Attempt to suborn perjury. Every person who, without giving, offering or promising a bribe, shall incite or attempt to procure another to commit perjury, or to offer any false evidence, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.160

Procuring execution of innocent person by perjury or subornation of perjury. A person who, by willful and corrupt perjury or subornation of perjury, procures the conviction and execution of any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.170

“Oath” and “swear” defined. [Replaced in revision by NRS 199.125.] ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.180

Irregularity in administering oath or incompetency of witness no defense. It shall be no defense to a prosecution for perjury that an oath was administered or taken in an irregular ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.190

Deposition: When deemed to be complete. The making of a deposition, certificate or affidavit shall be deemed to be complete when it is subscribed and sworn to or affirmed by ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.200

Statement of what one does not know to be true. Every unqualified statement of that which one does not know to be true is equivalent to a statement of that ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.210

Offering false evidence. A person who, upon any trial, hearing, inquiry, investigation or other proceeding authorized by law, offers or procures to be offered in evidence, as genuine, any book, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.220

Destroying evidence. Every person who, with intent to conceal the commission of any felony, or to protect or conceal the identity of any person committing the same, or with intent ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.230

Preventing or dissuading person from testifying or producing evidence. A person who, by persuasion, force, threat, intimidation, deception or otherwise, and with the intent to obstruct the course of justice, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.240

Bribing or intimidating witness to influence testimony. A person who: 1. Gives, offers or promises directly or indirectly any compensation, gratuity or reward to any witness or person who ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.242

Limitations on defenses to prosecution for influencing testimony of witness. It is not a defense to a prosecution under NRS 199.230 or 199.240 to show that: 1. An official ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.250

Witness accepting bribe. A person who is or may be a witness upon a trial, hearing, investigation or other proceeding before any court, tribunal or person authorized to hear evidence ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.260

Neglect or refusal to receive person into custody. Every officer who, in violation of any legal duty, shall willfully neglect or refuse to receive a person into his official custody ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.270

Refusal to make arrest or to aid officer. Every person who, after having been lawfully commanded by any magistrate to arrest another person, shall willfully neglect or refuse so to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.280

Resisting public officer. A person who, in any case or under any circumstances not otherwise specially provided for, willfully resists, delays or obstructs a public officer in discharging or attempting ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.290

Compounding crimes. 1. A person who asks or receives, directly or indirectly, any compensation, gratuity or reward, or any promise thereof, upon an agreement or understanding that he will ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.300

Intimidating public officer, public employee, juror, referee, arbitrator, appraiser, assessor or similar person. 1. A person who directly or indirectly, addresses any threat or intimidation to a public officer, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.305

Preventing or dissuading victim, person acting on behalf of victim, or witness from reporting crime, commencing prosecution or causing arrest. 1. A person who, by intimidating or threatening another ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.310

Malicious prosecution. A person who maliciously and without probable cause therefor, causes or attempts to cause another to be arrested or proceeded against for any crime of which he is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.320

Inducing lawsuit. Every person who shall on his behalf bring or instigate, incite or encourage another to bring, any false suit at law or in equity, in any court of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.325

Filing false or fraudulent complaint or allegation of misconduct against peace officer. 1. A person who knowingly files a false or fraudulent written complaint or allegation of misconduct against ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.330

Buying or promising reward by justice or constable. Every justice of the peace or constable who shall, directly or indirectly, buy or be interested in buying anything in action for ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.335

Failure to appear after admission to bail or release without bail. 1. If a person: (a) Is admitted to bail, whether provided by deposit or surety, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.340

Criminal contempt. Every person who shall commit a contempt of court of any one of the following kinds shall be guilty of a misdemeanor: 1. Disorderly, contemptuous or insolent ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.350

Grand juror acting after challenge allowed. Every grand juror who, with knowledge that a challenge interposed against him by a defendant has been allowed, shall be present at, or take ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.360

Fraudulent pretenses relative to birth of infant; false representation of entitlement to interest or share in estate of deceased person. A person who fraudulently or falsely pretends that any infant ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.370

Substitution of child. A person to whom a child has been confided for nursing, education or any other purpose, who, with the intent to deceive a person, guardian or relative ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.380

Instituting suit in name of another. Every person who shall institute or prosecute any action or other proceeding in the name of another, without his consent and contrary to law, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.410

Combination to resist process. Every person who shall enter into a combination with another to resist the execution of any legal process or other mandate of a court of competent ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.430

Impersonation of officer. Every person who shall falsely personate a public officer, civil or military, or a policeman, or a private individual having special authority by law to perform an ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.440

Search warrant maliciously procured. Whoever shall maliciously, and without probable cause, procure a search warrant to be issued and executed shall be deemed guilty of a gross misdemeanor. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.450

Peace officer exceeding authority in execution of search warrant. A peace officer who, in executing a search warrant, shall willfully exceed his authority, or exercise it with unnecessary severity, shall ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.460

Extortion of confession; refusing accused communication with attorney or friends. 1. An officer or person having the custody and control of the body or liberty of any person under ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.470

Malicious destruction of legal and other notices. Every person who shall willfully and maliciously remove, damage or destroy: 1. A sign or notice erected or posted by any officer ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.480

Penalties. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, whenever two or more persons conspire to commit murder, robbery, sexual assault, kidnapping in the first or second degree, arson ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.490

Overt act not necessary. In any such proceeding for violation of NRS 199.480, it shall not be necessary to prove that any overt act was done in pursuance of such ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.500

Penalty. 1. A person who counsels, hires, commands or otherwise solicits another to commit kidnapping or arson is guilty of a gross misdemeanor if no criminal act is committed ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.510

Provisions not applicable to privileged communications between lawyer and client. The provisions of NRS 199.520, 199.530 and 199.540 do not apply to a lawyer who is communicating with his client ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.520

Disclosure of information to subject of investigation. An officer or employee of a court or law enforcement agency who, with the intent to obstruct a criminal investigation, directly or indirectly:

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.530

Notification of possible search or seizure. 1. It is unlawful for an officer or employee of a court or law enforcement agency, having knowledge that a person authorized to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 199.540

Notification of interception of wire or oral communication or use of pen register or trap and trace device. 1. It is unlawful for an officer or employee of a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.010

“Murder” defined. Murder is the unlawful killing of a human being, with malice aforethought, either express or implied, or caused by a controlled substance which was sold, given, traded or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.020

Malice: Express and implied defined. 1. Express malice is that deliberate intention unlawfully to take away the life of a fellow creature, which is manifested by external circumstances capable ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.030

Degrees of murder; penalties. 1. Murder of the first degree is murder which is: (a) Perpetrated by means of poison, lying in wait or torture, or by any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.033

Circumstances aggravating first degree murder. The only circumstances by which murder of the first degree may be aggravated are: 1. The murder was committed by a person under sentence ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.040

“Manslaughter” defined. 1. Manslaughter is the unlawful killing of a human being, without malice express or implied, and without any mixture of deliberation. 2. Manslaughter must be voluntary, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.050

“Voluntary manslaughter” defined. In cases of voluntary manslaughter, there must be a serious and highly provoking injury inflicted upon the person killing, sufficient to excite an irresistible passion in a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.060

When killing punished as murder. The killing must be the result of that sudden, violent impulse of passion supposed to be irresistible; for, if there should appear to have been ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.070

“Involuntary manslaughter” defined. Except under the circumstances provided in NRS 484.348 and 484.377, involuntary manslaughter is the killing of a human being, without any intent to do so, in the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.080

Punishment for voluntary manslaughter. A person convicted of the crime of voluntary manslaughter is guilty of a category B felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.090

Punishment for involuntary manslaughter. A person convicted of involuntary manslaughter is guilty of a category D felony and shall be punished as provided in NRS 193.130. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.110

Place of trial for homicide. 1. If the injury be inflicted in one county, and the party die within another county, or without the State, the accused shall be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.120

“Justifiable homicide” defined. Justifiable homicide is the killing of a human being in necessary self-defense, or in defense of habitation, property or person, against one who manifestly intends, or endeavors, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.130

Bare fear insufficient to justify killing; reasonable fear required. A bare fear of any of the offenses mentioned in NRS 200.120, to prevent which the homicide is alleged to have ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.140

Justifiable homicide by public officer. Homicide is justifiable when committed by a public officer, or person acting under his command and in his aid, in the following cases: 1. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.150

Justifiable or excusable homicide. All other instances which stand upon the same footing of reason and justice as those enumerated shall be considered justifiable or excusable homicide. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.160

Additional cases of justifiable homicide. Homicide is also justifiable when committed: 1. In the lawful defense of the slayer, or his or her husband, wife, parent, child, brother or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.170

Burden of proving circumstances of mitigation or justifiable or excusable homicide. The killing of the deceased named in the indictment or information by the defendant being proved, the burden of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.180

Excusable homicide by misadventure. 1. Excusable homicide by misadventure occurs when: (a) A person is doing a lawful act, without any intention of killing, yet unfortunately kills another, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.190

Justifiable or excusable homicide not punishable. The homicide appearing to be justifiable or excusable, the person indicted shall, upon his trial, be fully acquitted and discharged. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.200

Killing in self-defense. If a person kills another in self-defense, it must appear that: 1. The danger was so urgent and pressing that, in order to save his own ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.210

Killing of unborn quick child; penalty. A person who willfully kills an unborn quick child, by any injury committed upon the mother of the child, commits manslaughter and shall be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.220

Taking drugs to terminate pregnancy; penalty. A woman who takes or uses, or submits to the use of, any drug, medicine or substance, or any instrument or other means, with ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.230

Death resulting from overloading of passenger vessel; penalties. A person navigating a vessel for gain who willfully or negligently receives so many passengers or such a quantity of other lading ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.240

Owner of animal that kills human being guilty of manslaughter under certain circumstances; penalty. If the owner or custodian of any vicious or dangerous animal, knowing its propensities, willfully or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.260

Death resulting from unlawful manufacture or storage of explosives; penalty. A person who makes or keeps gunpowder or any other explosive substance in a city or town in any quantity ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.275

Justifiable infliction or threat of bodily injury not punishable. In addition to any other circumstances recognized as justification at common law, the infliction or threat of bodily injury is justifiable, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.278

Information required to be provided to school district of person in secondary school who causes serious bodily injury. 1. If a court determines that a person who is currently ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.280

Definition; penalty. Mayhem consists of unlawfully depriving a human being of a member of his body, or disfiguring or rendering it useless. If a person cuts out or disables the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.290

Instrument or manner of inflicting injury immaterial. To constitute mayhem it is immaterial by what means or instrument or in what manner the injury was inflicted. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.300

Injury not resulting in permanent injury; defendant may be convicted of assault. Whenever upon a trial for mayhem it shall appear that the injury inflicted will not result in any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.310

Degrees. 1. A person who willfully seizes, confines, inveigles, entices, decoys, abducts, conceals, kidnaps or carries away a person by any means whatsoever with the intent to hold or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.320

Kidnapping in first degree: Penalties. A person convicted of kidnapping in the first degree is guilty of a category A felony and shall be punished: 1. Where the kidnapped ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.330

Kidnapping in second degree: Penalties. A person convicted of kidnapping in the second degree is guilty of a category B felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the state ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.340

Penalty for aiding or abetting. 1. A person who aids and abets kidnapping in the first degree is guilty of a category A felony and shall be punished for ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.350

Where proceedings may be instituted; consent is not defense. 1. Any proceedings for kidnapping may be instituted either in the county where the offense was committed or in any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.357

Law enforcement officer required to take child into protective custody if child in danger of being removed from jurisdiction. A law enforcement officer who is conducting an investigation or making ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.359

Detention, concealment or removal of child from person having lawful custody or from jurisdiction of court: Penalties; limitation on issuance of arrest warrant; restitution; exceptions. 1. A person having ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.364

Definitions. As used in NRS 200.364 to 200.3774, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. “Perpetrator” means a person who commits a sexual assault. 2. “Sexual penetration” means ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.366

Sexual assault: Definition; penalties. 1. A person who subjects another person to sexual penetration, or who forces another person to make a sexual penetration on himself or another, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.368

Statutory sexual seduction: Penalties. Except under circumstances where a greater penalty is provided in NRS 201.540, a person who commits statutory sexual seduction shall be punished: 1. If he ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.373

Sexual assault of spouse by spouse. It is no defense to a charge of sexual assault that the perpetrator was, at the time of the assault, married to the victim, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.377

Victims of sexual assault: Legislative findings and declarations. The Legislature finds and declares that: 1. This State has a compelling interest in assuring that the victim of a sexual ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.3771

Victims of sexual assault: Confidentiality of records and reports that reveal identity; when disclosure permitted; penalty. 1. Except as otherwise provided in this section, any information which is contained ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.3772

Victims of sexual assault: Procedure for substituting pseudonym for name on files, records and reports; actual identity confidential; when disclosure required; immunity for unintentional disclosure. 1. A victim of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.3773

Victims of sexual assault: Public officer or employee prohibited from disclosing identity; exceptions; penalty. 1. A public officer or employee who has access to any records, files or other ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.3774

Victims of sexual assault: Effect of waiver of confidentiality by victim. The provisions of NRS 200.3771, 200.3772 and 200.3773 do not apply if the victim of the sexual assault voluntarily ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.380

Definition; penalty. 1. Robbery is the unlawful taking of personal property from the person of another, or in his presence, against his will, by means of force or violence ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.390

Administration of poison: Penalty. A person who willfully and maliciously administers or causes to be administered to or taken by a person, any poison, or other noxious or destructive substance ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.400

Definition; penalties. 1. As used in this section, “battery” means any willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another. 2. A person who ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.405

Administration of drug to aid commission of felony: Penalty. Unless a greater penalty is provided in NRS 200.408, a person who administers to another person any chloroform, ether, laudanum, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.408

Administration of controlled substance to aid commission of crime of violence: Penalty; definitions. 1. A person who causes to be administered to another person any controlled substance without that ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.410

Death resulting from duel; penalty. If a person fights, by previous appointment or agreement, a duel with a rifle, shotgun, pistol, bowie knife, dirk, smallsword, backsword or other dangerous weapon, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.430

Incriminating testimony; witness’s privilege. Any person who is present at the time of fighting any duel with deadly weapons, as second, aid, surgeon or spectator, or who advises or gives ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.440

Posting for not fighting; use of contemptuous language. If any person posts another, or in writing, print or orally uses any reproachable or contemptuous language to or concerning another, for ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.450

Challenges to fight; penalties. 1. If a person, upon previous concert and agreement, fights with any other person or gives, sends or authorizes any other person to give or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.460

Definition; penalties. 1. False imprisonment is an unlawful violation of the personal liberty of another, and consists in confinement or detention without sufficient legal authority. 2. A person ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.465

Unlawful acts; penalty. A person who: 1. Holds or attempts to hold a person in involuntary servitude; 2. Assumes or attempts to assume rights of ownership over another ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.471

Assault: Definitions; penalties. 1. As used in this section: (a) “Assault” means intentionally placing another person in reasonable apprehension of immediate bodily harm. (b) “Officer” means: ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.481

Battery: Definitions; penalties. 1. As used in this section: (a) “Battery” means any willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another. (b) ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.485

Battery which constitutes domestic violence: Penalties; referring child for counseling; restriction against dismissal, probation and suspension; definitions. 1. Unless a greater penalty is provided pursuant to NRS 200.481, a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.490

Provoking assault: Penalty. Every person who shall, by word, sign or gesture, willfully provoke, or attempt to provoke, another person to commit an assault shall be punished by a fine ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.495

Definitions; penalties. 1. A professional caretaker who fails to provide such service, care or supervision as is reasonable and necessary to maintain the health or safety of a patient ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.508

Abuse, neglect or endangerment of child: Penalties; definitions. 1. A person who willfully causes a child who is less than 18 years of age to suffer unjustifiable physical pain ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5081

District attorney may refer person suspected of violating NRS 200.508 for treatment or counseling. 1. A district attorney may, if the circumstances indicate that treatment or counseling is needed, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5083

Mutilation of genitalia of female child: Penalties; definitions. 1. A person who willfully: (a) Mutilates, or aids, abets, encourages or participates in the mutilation of the genitalia of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5085

Use of nonmedical remedial treatment. A child is not abused or neglected, nor is his health or welfare harmed or threatened for the sole reason that his parent or guardian, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5091

Policy of State. It is the policy of this State to provide for the cooperation of law enforcement officials, courts of competent jurisdiction and all appropriate state agencies providing human ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5092

Definitions. As used in NRS 200.5091 to 200.50995, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. “Abuse” means willful and unjustified: (a) Infliction of pain, injury or mental anguish ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.50925

“Reasonable cause to believe” and “as soon as reasonably practicable” defined. For the purposes of NRS 200.5091 to 200.50995, inclusive, a person: 1. Has “reasonable cause to believe” if, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5093

Reports: Voluntary and mandatory; investigation; penalty.

1. Any person who is described in subsection 4 and who, in his professional or occupational capacity, knows or has reasonable cause ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5094

Reports: Manner of making; contents. 1. A person may make a report pursuant to NRS 200.5093 by telephone or, in light of all the surrounding facts and circumstances which ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5095

Reports and records confidential; permissible or required disclosure; penalty. 1. Reports made pursuant to NRS 200.5093 and 200.5094, and records and investigations relating to those reports, are confidential. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.50955

Law enforcement agency: Required to act promptly in obtaining certain warrants. A law enforcement agency shall promptly seek to obtain a warrant for the arrest of any person the agency ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5096

Immunity from civil or criminal liability for reporting, investigating or submitting information. Immunity from civil or criminal liability extends to every person who, pursuant to NRS 200.5091 to 200.50995, inclusive, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5097

Admissibility of evidence. In any proceeding resulting from a report made or action taken pursuant to NRS 200.5091 to 200.50995, inclusive, or in any other proceeding, the report or its ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5098

Duties of Aging Services Division of Department of Human Resources; organization and operation of teams for provision of assistance. 1. The Aging Services Division of the Department of Human ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.50982

Disclosure of information concerning reports and investigations to other agencies or legal representative of older person. The provisions of NRS 200.5091 to 200.50995, inclusive, do not prohibit an agency which ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.50984

Inspection of records pertaining to person on whose behalf investigation is conducted. 1. Notwithstanding any other statute to the contrary, the local office of the Aging Services Division of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.50986

Petition for removal of guardian of older person. The local office of the Aging Services Division of the Department of Human Resources or the county’s office for protective services may ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.5099

Penalties. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 6, any person who abuses an older person is guilty: (a) For the first offense, of a gross misdemeanor; or

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.50995

Penalties for conspiracy. A person who conspires with another to commit abuse, exploitation or isolation of an older person as prohibited by NRS 200.5099 shall be punished: 1. For ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.510

Definition; penalties; truth may be given in evidence; jury to determine law and fact. 1. A libel is a malicious defamation, expressed by printing, writing, signs, pictures or the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.520

Publication defined. Any method by which matter charged as libelous may be communicated to another shall be deemed a publication thereof. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.530

Liability of editor or publisher. Every editor or proprietor of a book, newspaper or serial, and every manager of a copartnership or corporation by which any book, newspaper or serial ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.540

Criminal proceedings: Venue. Every person publishing a libel in this state may be proceeded against in any county where such libelous matter was published or circulated, but a person shall ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.550

Furnishing libelous information: Penalty. Every person who shall willfully state, deliver or transmit by any means whatever to any manager, editor, publisher, reporter or other employee of a publisher of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.560

Threatening to publish libel: Penalty. Every person who shall threaten another with the publication of a libel concerning the latter, or his spouse, parent, child or other member of his ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.571

Harassment: Definition; penalties. 1. A person is guilty of harassment if: (a) Without lawful authority, the person knowingly threatens: (1) To cause bodily injury in the future ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.575

Stalking: Definitions; penalties. 1. A person who, without lawful authority, willfully or maliciously engages in a course of conduct that would cause a reasonable person to feel terrorized, frightened, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.581

Where offense committed. Harassment, stalking or aggravated stalking shall be deemed to have been committed where the conduct occurred or where the person who was affected by the conduct was ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.591

Court may impose temporary or extended order to restrict conduct of alleged perpetrator, defendant or convicted person; penalty for violation of order; dissemination of order. 1. A person who ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.592

Petitioner for order: Deferment of costs and fees; free information concerning order; no fee for serving order. 1. The payment of all costs and official fees must be deferred ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.594

Duration of orders; dissolution or modification of temporary order. 1. A temporary order issued pursuant to NRS 200.591 expires within such time, not to exceed 30 days, as the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.597

Order to be transmitted to law enforcement agencies; enforcement. 1. Each court that issues an order pursuant to NRS 200.591 shall transmit, as soon as practicable, a copy of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.601

Victim to be given certain information and documents concerning case; clerk to keep record of order or condition restricting conduct of defendant. 1. The prosecuting attorney in any trial ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.605

Penalties; definition. 1. A person who engages in hazing is guilty of: (a) A misdemeanor, if no substantial bodily harm results. (b) A gross misdemeanor, if substantial ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.610

Definitions. As used in NRS 200.610 to 200.690, inclusive: 1. “Person” includes public officials and law enforcement officers of the State and of a county or municipality or other ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.620

Interception and attempted interception of wire communication prohibited; exceptions. 1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 179.410 to 179.515, inclusive, 209.419 and 704.195, it is unlawful for any person ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.630

Disclosure of existence, content or substance of wire or radio communication prohibited; exceptions. 1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 179.410 to 179.515, inclusive, and 704.195, a person shall ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.640

Unauthorized connection with facilities prohibited. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 179.410 to 179.515, inclusive, and 200.620, a person shall not make any connection, either physically or by induction, with ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.650

Unauthorized, surreptitious intrusion of privacy by listening device prohibited. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 179.410 to 179.515, inclusive, and 704.195, a person shall not intrude upon the privacy of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.690

Penalties. 1. A person who willfully and knowingly violates NRS 200.620 to 200.650, inclusive: (a) Shall be punished for a category D felony as provided in NRS 193.130.

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.700

Definitions. As used in NRS 200.700 to 200.760, inclusive, unless the context otherwise provides: 1. “Performance” means any play, film, photograph, computer-generated image, electronic representation, dance or other visual ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.710

Unlawful to use minor in producing pornography or as subject of sexual portrayal in performance. 1. A person who knowingly uses, encourages, entices or permits a minor to simulate ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.720

Promotion of sexual performance of minor unlawful. A person who knowingly promotes a performance of a minor: 1. Where the minor engages in or simulates, or assists others to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.725

Preparing, advertising or distributing materials depicting pornography involving minor unlawful; penalty. A person who knowingly prepares, advertises or distributes any item or material that depicts a minor engaging in, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.730

Possession of visual presentation depicting sexual conduct of person under 16 years of age unlawful; penalties. A person who knowingly and willfully has in his possession for any purpose any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.735

Exemption for purposes of law enforcement. The provisions of NRS 200.710 to 200.730, inclusive, do not apply to law enforcement personnel during the investigation or prosecution of a violation of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.740

Determination by court or jury of whether person was minor. For the purposes of NRS 200.710, to 200.735, inclusive, to determine whether a person was a minor, the court or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.750

Penalties. A person punishable pursuant to NRS 200.710 or 200.720 shall be punished for a category A felony by imprisonment in the state prison: 1. If the minor is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 200.760

Forfeiture. All assets derived from or relating to any violation of NRS 200.366, 200.710 to 200.730, inclusive, or 201.230 are subject to forfeiture. A proceeding for their forfeiture may be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.015

“Minor child” defined. For the purposes of NRS 201.015 to 201.080, inclusive, “minor child” means a person who has not reached the age of majority as provided in NRS 129.010 ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.020

Penalties; jurisdiction. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, a person who knowingly fails to provide for the support of his: (a) Spouse or former spouse; ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.030

Institution of proceedings: Verified complaint. Proceedings under NRS 201.015 to 201.080, inclusive, may be instituted upon complaint made under oath or affirmation by the spouse or child or children, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.051

Affirmative defense: Notice of intent to claim; notice of rebuttal witnesses; notice of provisions of section. 1. Except as otherwise provided in this section, in a prosecution for a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.070

Evidence; husband and wife competent witnesses. 1. No other or greater evidence is required to prove the marriage of the husband and wife, or that the defendant is the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.080

Uniformity of interpretation. NRS 201.015 to 201.080, inclusive, shall be so interpreted and construed as to effectuate their general purpose to make uniform the law of those states which enact ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.090

“Neglected child,” “delinquent child” and “child in need of supervision” defined. As used in NRS 201.100 and 201.110, unless the context otherwise requires, a “neglected child,” “delinquent child” or “child ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.100

How offense may be termed. When the charge against any person under NRS 201.090 to 201.110, inclusive, concerns the neglect of a child or children, or the problems of a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.110

Definition; penalties; exception. 1. Except as otherwise provided in this section, any person who commits any act or omits the performance of any duty, which act or omission causes ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.120

Abortion: Definition; penalty. A person who: 1. Prescribes, supplies or administers to a woman, whether pregnant or not, or advises or causes her to take any medicine, drug or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.130

Selling drugs to produce miscarriage; penalty. Every person who shall manufacture, sell or give away any instrument, drug, medicine or other substance, knowing or intending that the same may be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.140

Evidence. In any prosecution for abortion, attempting abortion, or selling drugs unlawfully, no person shall be excused from testifying as a witness on the ground that his testimony would tend ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.150

Concealing birth; penalty. Every person who shall endeavor to conceal the birth of a child by any disposition of its dead body, whether the child died before or after its ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.160

Bigamy: Definition; penalty. 1. Bigamy consists in the having of two wives or two husbands at one time, knowing that the former husband or wife is still alive. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.170

Marrying person already married; penalty. If a person, being unmarried, knowingly marries the husband or wife of another, that person is guilty of a category D felony and shall be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.180

Incest: Definition; penalty. Persons being within the degree of consanguinity within which marriages are declared by law to be incestuous and void, who intermarry with each other, or who commit ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.190

Commission of certain sexual acts in public: Definition; penalty. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 200.366 and 201.230, a person of full age who commits anal intercourse, cunnilingus or fellatio ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.195

Solicitation of minor to engage in acts constituting crime against nature; penalties. 1. A person who incites, entices or solicits a minor to engage in acts which constitute the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.205

Penalty; affirmative defense. 1. A person who, after testing positive in a test approved by the State Board of Health for exposure to the human immunodeficiency virus and receiving ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.210

Open or gross lewdness; penalty. 1. A person who commits any act of open or gross lewdness is guilty: (a) For the first offense, of a gross misdemeanor.

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.220

Indecent or obscene exposure; penalty. 1. A person who makes any open and indecent or obscene exposure of his person, or of the person of another, is guilty: ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.230

Lewdness with child under 14 years; penalties. 1. A person who willfully and lewdly commits any lewd or lascivious act, other than acts constituting the crime of sexual assault, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.232

Breast feeding: Legislative intent; authorized in any public or private location where mother is authorized to be. 1. The Legislature finds and declares that: (a) The medical profession ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.235

Definitions. In NRS 201.235 to 201.254, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. “Community” means the area from which a jury is or would be selected for the court ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.237

Exemptions. The provisions of NRS 201.235 to 201.254, inclusive, do not apply to those universities, schools, museums or libraries which are operated by or are under the direct control of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.239

Power of county, city or town to regulate obscenity. The provisions of NRS 201.235 to 201.254, inclusive, do not preclude any county, city or town from adopting an ordinance further ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.241

Action to declare item or material obscene and obtain injunction. 1. The district attorney or city attorney of any county or city, respectively, in which there is an item ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.243

Evidence probative of obscenity of material or item. In prosecutions under NRS 201.235 to 201.254, inclusive, evidence of circumstances of production, dissemination, sale or publicity of the material or item, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.245

Surrender, seizure and destruction of obscene item or material; undertaking not required for injunction; defendant chargeable with knowledge of contents after service of summons and complaint. 1. If a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.247

Payment to city or county of value received from sale of obscene materials after judgment or injunction. If a district court enters a judgment that an item or material is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.249

Production, sale, distribution, exhibition and possession of obscene items or materials; penalty. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 201.237 and except under the circumstances described in NRS 200.720 or 200.725, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.251

Coercing acceptance of obscene articles or publications; penalty. 1. A person, firm, association or corporation shall not, as a condition to any sale, allocation, consignment or delivery for resale ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.253

Obscene, indecent or immoral shows, acts or performances; penalty. Except under the circumstances described in NRS 200.710, every person who knowingly causes to be performed or exhibited, or engages in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.254

Exemption of stagehands and movie projectionists from criminal liability when possessing or exhibiting obscene material directly related to their work. A motion picture machine operator or a stagehand is not ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.255

Penalties. 1. Any person who willfully makes a telephone call and addresses any obscene language, representation or suggestion to or about any person receiving such call or addresses to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.256

Definitions. As used in NRS 201.256 to 201.2655, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 201.257 to 201.264, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.2565

“Distribute” defined. “Distribute” means to transfer possession with or without consideration. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.257

“Harmful to minors” defined. “Harmful to minors” means that quality of any description or representation, whether constituting all or a part of the material considered, in whatever form, of nudity, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.2581

“Material” defined. “Material” means: 1. A book, pamphlet, magazine, newspaper, printed advertising or other printed or written material; 2. A motion picture, photograph, picture, drawing, statue, sculpture or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.259

“Minor” defined. “Minor” means any person under the age of 18 years, but as applied to the showing of a motion picture excludes any person employed on the premises where ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.2595

“Motion picture” defined. “Motion picture” means a film or a video recording, whether or not it has been rated appropriate for a particular audience, that is: 1. Placed on ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.261

“Nudity” defined. “Nudity” means: 1. The showing of the human female breast with less than a fully opaque covering of any portion of the areola and nipple; 2. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.262

“Sado-masochistic abuse” defined. “Sado-masochistic abuse” means: 1. Flagellation or torture practiced by or upon a person whether or not clad in undergarments, a mask or bizarre costume; or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.263

“Sexual conduct” defined. “Sexual conduct” means acts of masturbation, homosexuality, sexual intercourse or physical contact with a person’s unclothed genitals or pubic area. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.264

“Sexual excitement” defined. “Sexual excitement” means the condition of human male or female genitals in a state of sexual stimulation or arousal. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.265

Unlawful acts; penalty. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 200.720 and 201.2655, and unless a greater penalty is provided pursuant to NRS 201.560, a person is guilty of a misdemeanor ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.2655

Exemptions. The provisions of NRS 201.256 to 201.2655, inclusive, do not apply to: 1. A university, community college, school, museum or library which is operated by or which is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.270

Disturbing religious meetings; penalty. Every person who shall willfully disturb, interrupt or disquiet any assemblage or congregation of people met for religious worship: 1. By noisy, rude or indecent ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.280

Selling liquor at camp meetings; penalty. Every person who shall erect or keep a booth, tent, stall or other contrivance for the purpose of selling or otherwise disposing of any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.290

Penalty; exception. 1. Any person who, in any manner, for exhibition or display, puts or causes to be placed any inscription, design, device, symbol, portrait, name, advertisement, words, character, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.295

Definitions. As used in NRS 201.295 to 201.440, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. “Adult” means a person 18 years of age or older. 2. “Child” means ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.300

Pandering: Definition; penalties; exception. 1. A person who: (a) Induces, persuades, encourages, inveigles, entices or compels a person to become a prostitute or to continue to engage in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.310

Pandering: Placing spouse in brothel; penalties. 1. A person who by force, fraud, intimidation or threats, places, or procures any other person to place, his spouse in a house ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.320

Living from earnings of prostitute; penalty. 1. A person who knowingly accepts, receives, levies or appropriates any money or other valuable thing, without consideration, from the proceeds of any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.330

Pandering: Detaining person in brothel because of debt; penalties. 1. A person who attempts to detain another person in a disorderly house or house of prostitution because of any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.340

Pandering: Furnishing transportation; penalties. 1. A person who knowingly transports or causes to be transported, by any means of conveyance, into, through or across this state, or who aids ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.350

Venue for trial of offenses constituting pandering. It shall not be a defense to a prosecution for any of the acts prohibited in NRS 201.300 to 201.340, inclusive, that any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.354

Engaging in prostitution or solicitation for prostitution: Penalty; exception. 1. It is unlawful for any person to engage in prostitution or solicitation therefor, except in a licensed house of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.356

Test for exposure to human immunodeficiency virus required; payment of costs; notification of results of test. 1. Any person who is arrested for a violation of NRS 201.354 must ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.358

Engaging in prostitution or solicitation for prostitution after testing positive for exposure to human immunodeficiency virus: Penalty; definition. 1. A person who: (a) Violates NRS 201.354; or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.360

Placing person in house of prostitution; penalties. 1. A person who: (a) Places another in the charge or custody of a third person with the intent that the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.380

Restriction on location of houses of ill fame; penalty. 1. It shall be unlawful for any owner, or agent of any owner, or any other person to keep any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.390

Property on principal business streets not to be rented for purposes of prostitution; penalty. 1. It is unlawful for any owner or agent of any owner or any other ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.400

General reputation competent evidence. In the trial of all cases arising under the provisions of NRS 201.380 and 201.390, evidence of general reputation is competent evidence as to the question ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.410

Duties of sheriff and district attorney; failure to act; penalty. The district attorney and sheriff of each county in this state shall see that the provisions of NRS 201.380 are ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.420

Keeping disorderly house; penalty. Any person who shall keep any disorderly house, or any house of public resort, by which the peace, comfort or decency of the immediate neighborhood, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.430

Unlawful advertising of prostitution; penalties. 1. It is unlawful for any person engaged in conduct which is unlawful pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 1 of NRS 207.030, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.440

Unlawful to permit illegal advertising of houses of prostitution; penalties. 1. In any county, city or town where prostitution is prohibited by local ordinance or where the licensing of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.450

Unlawful act; penalty. 1. A person who commits a sexual penetration on the dead body of a human being is guilty of a category A felony and shall be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.460

Sale, acquisition, receipt or transfer for consideration of human organ for transplantation prohibited; penalty. 1. A person shall not knowingly sell, acquire, receive or otherwise transfer for valuable consideration ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.470

Definitions. As used in NRS 201.470 to 201.550, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 201.480 to 201.530, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.480

“College” defined. “College” means a college or community college which is privately owned or which is part of the University and Community College System of Nevada. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.490

“Private school” defined. “Private school” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 394.103. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.500

“Public school” defined. “Public school” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 385.007. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.510

“Sado-masochistic abuse” defined. “Sado-masochistic abuse” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 201.262. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.520

“Sexual conduct” defined. “Sexual conduct” means: 1. Ordinary sexual intercourse; 2. Anal intercourse; 3. Fellatio, cunnilingus or other oral-genital contact; 4. Physical contact by a person ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.530

“University” defined. “University” means a university which is privately owned or which is part of the University and Community College System of Nevada. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.540

Sexual conduct between certain employees of school or volunteers at school and pupil: Penalty; exception. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, a person who: (a) Is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.550

Sexual conduct between certain employees of college or university and student: Penalty; exception. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, a person who: (a) Is 21 years ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 201.560

Definitions; exceptions; penalties. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, a person shall not knowingly contact or communicate with or attempt to contact or communicate with a child ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.015

“Alcoholic beverage” defined. For the purposes of NRS 202.015 to 202.065, inclusive, “alcoholic beverage” means: 1. Beer, ale, porter, stout and other similar fermented beverages, including sake and similar ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.020

Purchase, consumption or possession of alcoholic beverage by minor. 1. Any person under 21 years of age who purchases any alcoholic beverage or any such person who consumes any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.030

Minor loitering in place where alcoholic beverages sold. Any person under 21 years of age who shall loiter or remain on the premises of any saloon where spirituous, malt or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.040

False representation by minor to obtain intoxicating liquor. Every minor who shall falsely represent himself to be 21 years of age in order to obtain any intoxicating liquor shall be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.055

Sale or furnishing of alcoholic beverage to minor; aiding minor to purchase or procure alcoholic beverage; policy to prevent minor from obtaining alcoholic beverage through use of Internet. 1. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.057

Using person who is less than 18 years of age to distribute material that includes offer for alcoholic beverages. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, it is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.060

Saloonkeeper allowing minor to remain in establishment. Any proprietor, keeper or manager of a saloon or resort where spirituous, malt or fermented liquors or wines are sold, who shall, knowingly, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.065

Sale of alcoholic beverage containing more than 80 percent of alcohol by volume. 1. A person shall not sell an alcoholic beverage containing more than 80 percent of alcohol ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.170

Willfully poisoning or adulterating food, water or medicine. A person who willfully mingles poison or any other harmful substance, including, but not limited to, glass or a razor blade, in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.180

Deposit of unwholesome substance; carrying on business detrimental to public health on or near route of public travel; deposit of dead body of animal; burning stolen metallic wire. 1. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.185

Unlawful deposit of dead animal, dirt, garbage or rubbish on public highway. 1. As used in this section: (a) “Dead animals” means all dead animals or parts thereof, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.200

Advertising goods and services to produce miscarriage. 1. It shall be unlawful for any person: (a) To advertise or publish, or cause to be advertised or published in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.210

Publishing advertisement containing prohibited matter. The proprietor or proprietors and the manager or managers of any newspaper, periodical or other printed sheet published or printed within this state, which shall ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.220

Circulation of publications containing prohibited matter. Every person who shall knowingly sell, distribute, give away, or in any manner dispose of or exhibit to another person any newspaper, pamphlet, book, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.230

NRS 202.200, 202.210 and 202.220 not applicable to licensed physicians. Nothing in NRS 202.200, 202.210 and 202.220 shall be construed to interfere with or apply to legally licensed physicians in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.240

Advertising treatment, cure or prevention of sexual disorders. 1. It is unlawful for any person to publish or cause to be published, to deliver or distribute or cause to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.245

Shoe-fitting device or machine using X ray or radiation. 1. A person shall not operate or maintain any shoe-fitting device or shoe-fitting machine which uses fluoroscopic, X-ray or radiation ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.246

Dispensing of prescription glasses by unauthorized person. It is unlawful: 1. For a wholesale optical supplier or manufacturer to furnish, sell or dispense prescription glasses or lenses, pursuant to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.248

Use or sale of liquid silicone. 1. Except for use in the treatment of retinal detachment, it is unlawful for a person to: (a) Inject any liquid silicone ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.2485

Definitions. As used in NRS 202.2485 to 202.2497, inclusive: 1. “Distribute” includes furnishing, giving away or providing products made from tobacco or samples thereof at no cost to promote ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.249

Smoking tobacco: Declaration of public policy; enforcement; imposition of more stringent restrictions. 1. It is the public policy of the State of Nevada and the purpose of NRS 202.2491, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.2491

Smoking tobacco: Unlawful in certain public places; posting signs; designation of areas for smoking. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsections 5 and 6 and NRS 202.24915, the smoking ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.24915

Smoking tobacco: Allowed under certain circumstances in certain stores that are principally devoted to sale of food for human consumption off premises. 1. A store that is principally devoted ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.2492

Smoking tobacco: Penalty; issuance of citations. 1. A person who violates NRS 202.2491 or 202.24915 is guilty of a misdemeanor. 2. In each health district, the district health ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.24925

Smoking tobacco: Civil penalty; Account for Health Education for Minors created; administration of Account. 1. In addition to any criminal penalty, a person who violates NRS 202.2491 or 202.24915 ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.2493

Cigarettes and smokeless products made from tobacco to be sold in unopened package only; sale and distribution of cigarettes and other tobacco products to minor prohibited; penalties. 1. A ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.24935

Sale and distribution of cigarettes and other tobacco products to minor through use of Internet prohibited; penalties; policy to prevent minor from obtaining tobacco products through use of Internet. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.2494

Cigarette vending machines lawful in certain public areas; restrictions on coin-operated machines. 1. A cigarette vending machine may be placed in a public area only if persons who are ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.2496

Random inspections to enforce compliance with NRS 202.2493 and 202.2494; assistance of child in conducting inspection. 1. As necessary to comply with applicable federal law, the Attorney General shall ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.2497

Attorney General to compile results of inspections. The Attorney General shall compile the results of inspections performed pursuant to NRS 202.2496 during the immediately preceding fiscal year as is necessary ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.253

Definitions. As used in NRS 202.253 to 202.369, inclusive: 1. “Explosive or incendiary device” means any explosive or incendiary material or substance that has been constructed, altered, packaged or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.254

Private person authorized to obtain background check on person who wishes to obtain firearm from him; fee. 1. A private person who wishes to transfer a firearm to another ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.255

Setting spring gun or other deadly weapon: Unlawful and permitted uses; penalties. 1. A person who sets a so-called trap, spring pistol, rifle, or other deadly weapon shall be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.257

Possession of firearm when under influence of alcohol, controlled substance or other intoxicating substance; administration of evidentiary test; penalty; forfeiture of firearm. 1. It is unlawful for a person ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.260

Unlawful possession, manufacture or disposition of explosive or incendiary device: Penalty; exceptions. 1. A person who unlawfully possesses, manufactures or disposes of any explosive or incendiary device with the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.261

Possession of component of explosive or incendiary device with intent to manufacture explosive or incendiary device: Penalty; exceptions. 1. A person shall not knowingly possess any component of an ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.262

Possession of explosive or incendiary device in or near certain public or private areas: Penalty; exceptions. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, a person shall not possess ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.263

Unlawful manufacture, possession, sale, advertisement or transportation of hoax bomb: Penalty; exceptions. 1. A person shall not manufacture, purchase, possess, sell, advertise for sale or transport a hoax bomb ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.265

Possession of dangerous weapon on property or in vehicle of school; penalty; exceptions. 1. Except as otherwise provided in this section, a person shall not carry or possess, while ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.273

Unlawful manufacture or sale of certain metal-penetrating bullets: Exceptions; penalty. 1. Except as provided in subsection 2, it is unlawful to manufacture or sell any metal-penetrating bullet capable of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.275

Possession, manufacture or disposition of short-barreled rifle or short-barreled shotgun: Penalty; exceptions. 1. A person who knowingly or willfully possesses, manufactures or disposes of any short-barreled rifle or short-barreled ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.277

Changing, altering, removing or obliterating serial number of firearm prohibited; possession of firearm with serial number changed, altered, removed or obliterated prohibited; penalties. 1. A person shall not intentionally ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.280

Discharging firearm in or upon public streets or in places of public resort; throwing deadly missiles; duties of civil, military and peace officers; penalties. 1. Unless a greater penalty ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.285

Discharging firearm at or into structure, vehicle, aircraft or watercraft; penalties. 1. A person who willfully and maliciously discharges a firearm at or into any house, room, apartment, tenement, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.287

Discharging firearm within or from structure or vehicle; penalties. 1. A person who is in, on or under a structure or vehicle and who maliciously or wantonly discharges or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.290

Aiming firearm at human being; discharging weapon where person might be endangered; penalty. Unless a greater penalty is provided in NRS 202.287, a person who willfully: 1. Aims any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.300

Use or possession of firearm by child under age of 18 years; unlawful to aid or permit child to commit violation; penalties; child 14 years of age or older authorized ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.310

Sale of firearms to minors; penalty. Any person in this state who sells or barters to a child who is under the age of 18 years, with reckless disregard of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.320

Drawing deadly weapon in threatening manner. 1. Unless a greater penalty is provided in NRS 202.287, a person having, carrying or procuring from another person any dirk, dirk-knife, sword, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.340

Confiscation and disposition of dangerous weapons by law enforcement agencies. 1. Except as otherwise provided for firearms forfeitable pursuant to NRS 453.301, when any instrument or weapon described in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.350

Manufacture, importation, possession or use of dangerous weapon or silencer; carrying concealed weapon without permit; penalties; issuance of permit to carry concealed weapon; exceptions. 1. Except as otherwise provided ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.355

Manufacture or sale of switchblade knives: Application for permit; eligibility; public hearing; restrictions. 1. Upon written application, the sheriff of any county may issue a permit authorizing a person ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.360

Ownership or possession of firearm by certain persons prohibited; penalties. 1. A person shall not own or have in his possession or under his custody or control any firearm ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.362

Sale or disposal of firearm or ammunition to certain persons prohibited; penalty; exceptions. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, a person within this State shall not sell ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.3653

Definitions. As used in NRS 202.3653 to 202.369, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. “Concealed firearm” means a loaded or unloaded pistol, revolver or other firearm which is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.3657

Application for permit; eligibility; denial or revocation of permit.

1. Any person who is a resident of this State may apply to the sheriff of the county in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.366

Investigation of applicant for permit; issuance or denial of permit; expiration of permit. 1. Upon receipt by a sheriff of an application for a permit, the sheriff shall conduct ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.3662

Confidentiality of information about applicant for permit and permittee. 1. Except as otherwise provided in this section and NRS 202.3665: (a) An application for a permit, and all ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.3663

Judicial review of denial of application for permit. If an application for a permit is denied by a sheriff, the applicant who submitted the application may seek a judicial review ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.3665

Duties of sheriff upon receiving notification that applicant or permittee has been charged with or convicted of crime involving use or threatened use of force or violence. 1. If ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.3667

Permittee to carry permit and proper identification when in possession of concealed firearm; penalty. 1. Each permittee shall carry the permit, or a duplicate issued pursuant to the provisions ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.367

Duplicate permit; notification to sheriff of recovered permit; penalty. 1. A permittee shall notify the sheriff who issued his permit in writing within 30 days if: (a) His ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.3673

Permittee authorized to carry concealed firearm while on premises of public building; exceptions; penalty. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsections 2 and 3, a permittee may carry a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.3677

Application for renewal of permit; fees; demonstrated continued competence required. 1. If a permittee wishes to renew his permit, the permittee must complete and submit to the sheriff who ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.368

Fees to be deposited with county treasurer. All fees collected pursuant to the provisions of NRS 202.3653 to 202.369, inclusive, must be deposited with the county treasurer of the county ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.3683

Immunity of state and local governments from civil liability. The State or any political subdivision of the State, the Department, a sheriff, law enforcement agency, firearm safety or training instructor ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.3687

Temporary permits. 1. The provisions of NRS 202.3653 to 202.369, inclusive, do not prohibit a sheriff from issuing a temporary permit to carry a concealed firearm. A temporary permit ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.369

Regulations. The Department may adopt such regulations as are necessary to carry out the provisions of NRS 202.3653 to 202.369, inclusive. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.370

Definitions. As used in NRS 202.370 to 202.440, inclusive: 1. “Shell,” “cartridge” or “bomb” includes all shells, cartridges or bombs capable of being discharged or exploded, when such discharge ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.375

Applicability of NRS 202.370 to 202.440, inclusive, to small weapons containing “CS” tear gas and to certain law enforcement, correctional and military personnel. 1. The provisions of NRS 202.370 ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.380

Sale or possession of tear gas bombs or weapons which are not permitted under NRS 202.370 to 202.440, inclusive; penalties. 1. A person, other than a convicted person, who ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.390

Weapon to bear name of manufacturer and serial number; penalty for removal. 1. Each tear gas weapon sold, transported or possessed under the authority of NRS 202.370 to 202.440, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.400

Permit for possession, transportation and use in protective system to be issued by sheriff. 1. The sheriff of any county may issue a permit for the possession and transportation ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.410

Applications for permits: Contents. 1. All applications for such permits shall: (a) Be filed in writing; (b) Be signed by the applicant if an individual, or by ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.420

Inspection of permits. Every person, firm or corporation to whom a permit is issued shall either carry the same upon his person or keep the same in the place described ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.430

Revocation of permits. Permits issued in accordance with NRS 202.370 to 202.440, inclusive, may be revoked by the issuing authority at any time when it shall appear that the need ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.440

License for retail sale of bombs or weapons; conditions. The sheriff of any county may also grant licenses in a form to be prescribed by him, effective for not more ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.441

Definitions. As used in NRS 202.441 to 202.448, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 202.4415 to 202.4445, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.4415 “Act of terrorism” defined. 1. “Act of terrorism” means any act that involves the use or attempted use of sabotage, coercion or violence which is intended to: (a) Cause great bodily harm or death to the general population;...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.442

“Biological agent” defined. “Biological agent” means any microorganism, virus, infectious substance or other biological substance, material or product, or any component or compound thereof, which is naturally occurring, cultivated, engineered, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.4425 “Chemical agent” defined. “Chemical agent” means any chemical substance, material or product, or any component or compound thereof, which is naturally occurring, cultivated, engineered, processed, extracted or manufactured and which is capable of causing:...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.443

“Delivery system” defined. “Delivery system” means any apparatus, equipment, implement, device or means of delivery which is specifically designed to send, disperse, release, discharge or disseminate any weapon of mass ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 4431. “For use as a weapon” defined. 1. “For use as a weapon” means having the capability to be used in a harmful or threatening manner....

"Material support” defined. “Material support” means any financial, logistical, informational or other support or assistance intended to further an act of terrorism.

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.4433 “Material support” defined. “Material support” means any financial, logistical, informational or other support or assistance intended to further an act of terrorism.


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Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.4433. “Oral, written or electronic communication” defined. “Oral, written or electronic communication” includes, without limitation, any of the following...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.4437 “Radioactive agent” defined. “Radioactive agent” means any radioactive substance, material or product, or any component or compound thereof, which is naturally occurring, cultivated, engineered, processed, extracted or manufactured and which is capable of causing

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.4439 “Terrorist” defined. “Terrorist” means a person who intentionally commits, causes, aids, furthers or conceals an act of terrorism or attempts to commit, cause, aid, further or conceal an act of terrorism.

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.444

“Toxin” defined. “Toxin” means any toxic substance, material or product, or any component or compound thereof, which is naturally occurring, cultivated, engineered, processed, extracted or manufactured and which is capable ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.4445 “Weapon of mass destruction” defined. “Weapon of mass destruction” means any weapon or device that is designed or intended to create a great risk of death or substantial bodily harm to a large number of persons.

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.445

Acts of terrorism or attempted acts of terrorism prohibited; penalties. 1. A person shall not knowingly or intentionally commit or cause an act of terrorism or attempt to commit ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.446

Certain acts related to weapons of mass destruction, lethal agents, toxins and delivery systems prohibited; penalties. 1. A person shall not knowingly: (a) Develop, manufacture, produce, assemble, stockpile, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.448

Making threats or conveying false information concerning acts of terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, lethal agents or toxins prohibited; penalty. 1. A person shall not, through the use of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.450

Definition. 1. A public nuisance is a crime against the order and economy of the State. 2. Every place: (a) Wherein any gambling, bookmaking or pool selling ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.460

Unequal damage. An act which affects a considerable number of persons in any of the ways specified in NRS 202.450 is not less a public nuisance because the extent of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.470

Maintaining or permitting nuisance: Penalty. Every person who: 1. Shall commit or maintain a public nuisance, for which no special punishment is prescribed; or 2. Shall willfully omit ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.480

Abatement of nuisance. Any court or magistrate before whom there may be pending any proceeding for a violation of NRS 202.470 shall, in addition to any fine or other punishment ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.500

Dangerous or vicious dogs: Unlawful acts; penalties. 1. As used in this section, a dog is: (a) “Dangerous” if: (1) It is so declared pursuant to subsection ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.510

Doors of public buildings to swing outward. 1. The doors of all theaters, opera houses, school buildings, churches, public halls, or places used for public entertainments, exhibitions or meetings, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.530

Reckless riding or driving of horse on public street or highway; exceptions. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, a person is guilty of a misdemeanor who:

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.540

Dangerous exhibitions. Every proprietor, lessee or occupant of any place of amusement, plat of ground or building, who shall allow it to be used for an exhibition of skill in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.550

Placing of lethal bait on public domain. 1. It is unlawful for any person to place any lethal bait on the public domain: (a) Within 3 miles of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.560

Removal of doors from discarded refrigerators, iceboxes and deep-freeze lockers. 1. Any person who discards or abandons in any place accessible to children, or who has in his possession, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.580

Removal, damage or destruction of signal or apparatus for police or fire alarm; impairing effectiveness of or installing inoperable system for fire protection. 1. Every person who willfully and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.595

Performance of act or neglect of duty in willful or wanton disregard of safety of persons or property; penalty. Unless a greater penalty is otherwise provided by statute and except ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.750

“Explosive” defined. As used in NRS 202.750 to 202.840, inclusive, the term “explosive” means gunpowders, powders used for blasting, all forms of high explosives, blasting materials, fuses (other than electric ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.760

Shipment or receipt of explosives by certain persons unlawful. It is unlawful for any person: 1. Who is under indictment for, or has been convicted in any court of, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.770

Seizure and forfeiture of explosives. Any explosive involved or used or intended to be used in any violation of NRS 202.750 to 202.840, inclusive, or any other law or ordinance ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.780

Transportation or receipt of explosives for unlawful purpose; penalties. A person who transports or receives, or attempts to transport or receive within the State, any explosive with the knowledge or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.790

Authorized transportation or receipt of explosives for lawful purpose not prohibited. Nothing in NRS 202.760 to 202.790, inclusive, shall be construed to prevent any person from transporting or receiving any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.810

Unlawful possession of explosives in state buildings; penalties. Any person who possesses an explosive in any building in whole or in part owned, possessed or used by or leased to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.820

Use or possession of explosives during commission of felony; penalties. 1. A person who: (a) Uses an explosive to commit any felony; or (b) Carries an explosive ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.830

Use of explosives to damage or destroy property prohibited; penalties. A person who maliciously damages or destroys, or attempts to damage or destroy, by means of an explosive, any building, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.840

Bomb threats prohibited; penalties. A person who through the use of the mail, written note, telephone, telegraph, radio broadcast or other means of communication, willfully makes any threat, or maliciously ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.870

Definitions. As used in NRS 202.870 to 202.894, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 202.873 and 202.876 have the meanings ascribed to them ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.873

“Law enforcement agency” defined. “Law enforcement agency” means: 1. The Office of the Attorney General or the office of a district attorney within this State and any attorney, investigator, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.876

“Violent or sexual offense” defined. “Violent or sexual offense” means any act that, if prosecuted in this State, would constitute any of the following offenses: 1. Murder or voluntary ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.879

“Reasonable cause to believe” and “as soon as reasonably practicable” defined; authorized manner of making report and communicating information. For the purposes of NRS 202.870 to 202.894, inclusive, a person:

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.882

Duty to report violent or sexual offense against child 12 years of age or younger; penalty for failure to report; contents of report. 1. Except as otherwise provided in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.885

Limitation on prosecution or conviction for failure to report. 1. A person may not be prosecuted or convicted pursuant to NRS 202.882 unless a court in this State or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.888

Persons exempt from duty to report. The provisions of NRS 202.882 do not apply to a person who: 1. Is less than 16 years of age; 2. Is, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.891

Immunity from civil or criminal liability; presumption that report was made in good faith. 1. If a person who is required to make a report pursuant to NRS 202.882 ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 202.894

Report deemed report of abuse or neglect of child made pursuant to NRS 432B.220. If a person reports to a law enforcement agency that another person has committed a violent ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.010

Breach of peace. Every person who shall maliciously and willfully disturb the peace or quiet of any neighborhood or person or family by loud or unusual noises, or by tumultuous ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.020

Assembling to disturb peace or to commit unlawful act. If two or more persons assemble for the purpose of disturbing the public peace, or committing any unlawful act, and do ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.030

Provoking commission of breach of peace. Every person who shall by word, sign or gesture willfully provoke, or attempt to provoke, another person to commit a breach of the peace ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.040

Publishing matter inciting breach of peace or other crime. 1. Every person who shall willfully print, publish, edit, issue, or knowingly circulate, sell, distribute or display any book, paper, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.050

Affray. If two or more persons shall, by agreement, fight in a public place, to the terror of the citizens of this state, the persons so offending commit an affray ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.060

Unlawful assembly. If two or more persons shall assemble together to do an unlawful act, and separate without doing or advancing toward it, such persons commit an unlawful assembly, and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.070

Rout and riot. 1. If two or more persons shall meet to do an unlawful act, upon a common cause of quarrel, and make advances toward it, they commit ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.080

Armed association. 1. It shall be unlawful for any body of men other than municipal police, university or public school cadets or companies, militia of the State or troops ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.090

Disturbing meeting. Every person who, without authority of law, shall willfully disturb any assembly or meeting not unlawful in its character, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.100

Offenses in public conveyances. Every person who shall willfully use profane, offensive or indecent language or engage in any quarrel in any public conveyance, or interfere with or annoy any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.110

Forcible entry and detainer. Every person who shall unlawfully use, or encourage or assist another in unlawfully using, any force or violence in entering upon or detaining any lands or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.115

Criminal anarchy. 1. Criminal anarchy is the doctrine that organized government should be overthrown by force or violence, or by assassination of the executive head or of any of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.117

Criminal syndicalism. 1. Criminal syndicalism is the doctrine which advocates or teaches crime, sabotage, violence or unlawful methods of terrorism as a means of accomplishing industrial or political reform.

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 203.119

Commission of act in public building or area interfering with peaceful conduct of activities. 1. A person shall not commit any act in a public building or on the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 204.010

Unlawful use of public money: Amount less than $250. Every public officer or other person who has in his possession, control or custody any public money belonging to this state, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 204.020

Unlawful use of public money: Amount of $250 or more. A public officer or other person who has in his possession, control or custody any public money belonging to this ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 204.030

Misappropriation and falsification of accounts by public officer. 1. It is unlawful for any public officer, and any other person receiving money on behalf of, or for or on ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 204.040

Penalty for neglect or refusal to pay over. If any clerk, justice of the peace, sheriff, constable or other officer, who may receive any fine or forfeiture, shall refuse or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 204.050

Misappropriation by treasurer. A state, county, city or town treasurer who willfully misappropriates any money, funds or securities received by or deposited with him as treasurer, or who is guilty ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 204.060

Compensation of clerk or secretary of commission connected with State Government prohibited. No money shall be paid out of the State Treasury in payment of the salary or compensation of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 204.070

Penalty for violation of NRS 204.060. Any state officer employing or paying any person or persons out of any state money for any such service or labor, as set ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 204.080

Private use of state motor vehicle prohibited. 1. It shall be unlawful for any individual, individuals or groups of individuals, whether an employee or employees of the State of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205A.010

Definitions. As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 205A.020 and 205A.030 have the meanings ascribed to them in those sections. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205A.020

“Board” defined. “Board” means the Advisory Board for the Nevada Task Force for Technological Crime created pursuant to NRS 205A.040. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205A.030

“Technological crime” defined. “Technological crime” means any crime that involves, directly or indirectly, any component, device, equipment, system or network that, alone or in conjunction with any other component, device, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205A.040

Creation; membership; terms of members; election of Chairman and Vice Chairman; vacancies; members serve without compensation; members holding public office or employed by governmental entity. 1. The Advisory Board ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205A.050

Meetings; designation of representative; quorum; effect of membership upon holding public office or public employment. 1. The Board shall meet at least once every quarter and at the times ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205A.060

General duties of Board. The Board shall: 1. Facilitate cooperation between state, local and federal officers in detecting, investigating and prosecuting technological crimes. 2. Establish two multi-agency task ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205A.070

Executive Director: Appointment; Board to establish qualifications, powers and duties. 1. Upon unanimous approval of the members of the Board, the Board shall appoint an Executive Director of Technological ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205A.080

Appointment of full-time secretary. Upon unanimous approval of the members of the Board, the Board shall appoint a full-time secretary who is in the unclassified service of the State and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205A.090

Account for Advisory Board for Nevada Task Force for Technological Crime: Creation; use. 1. The Account for the Advisory Board for the Nevada Task Force for Technological Crime is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205A.100

Gifts, grants, appropriations or donations; deposit of money in designated Account. 1. The Board may apply for any available grants and accept gifts, grants, appropriations or donations to assist ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.005

“Set fire to” defined. Any person shall be deemed to have “set fire to” a building, structure or any property mentioned in NRS 205.010 to 205.030, inclusive, whenever any part ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.010

First degree. A person who willfully and maliciously sets fire to or burns or causes to be burned, or who aids, counsels or procures the burning of any: 1. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.015

Second degree. A person who willfully and maliciously sets fire to or burns or causes to be burned, or who aids, counsels or procures the burning of any abandoned building ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.020

Third degree. A person who willfully and maliciously sets fire to or burns or causes to be burned, or who aids, counsels or procures the burning of: 1. Any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.025

Fourth degree. 1. A person who willfully and maliciously attempts to set fire to or attempts to burn or to aid, counsel or procure the burning of any of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.030

Burning or aiding and abetting burning of property with intent to defraud insurer; penalty. A person who willfully and with the intent to injure or defraud the insurer sets fire ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.034

Additional penalties. The court may, in addition to imposing the penalties set forth in NRS 205.010, 205.015, 205.020, 205.025 or 205.030, order the person to pay: 1. Court costs;

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.045

Contiguous fires. Whenever any building or structure which may be the subject of arson in either the first or second degree shall be so situated as to be manifestly endangered ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.050

Ownership of building. To constitute arson it shall not be necessary that another person than the defendant should have had ownership in the building or structure set on fire. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.055

Preparation is attempt to commit arson. Any willful preparation made by any person with a view to setting fire to any building or structure shall be deemed to be an ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.060

Burglary: Definition; penalties; venue. 1. A person who, by day or night, enters any house, room, apartment, tenement, shop, warehouse, store, mill, barn, stable, outhouse or other building, tent, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.065

Inference of burglarious intent. Every person who unlawfully breaks and enters or unlawfully enters any house, room, apartment, tenement, shop, warehouse, store, mill, barn, stable, outhouse or other building, tent, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.067

Invasion of the home: Definition; penalties; venue. 1. A person who, by day or night, forcibly enters an inhabited dwelling without permission of the owner, resident or lawful occupant, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.070

Commission of another crime while committing burglary or invasion of the home. Every person who, in the commission of a burglary or invasion of the home, commits any other crime, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.075

Burglary with explosives; penalty. 1. A person who, with the intent to commit a crime, breaks and enters, either by day or by night, any building whether inhabited or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.080

Possession of instrument with burglarious intent; making, alteration or repair of instrument for committing offense; penalty. 1. Every person who makes or mends or causes to be made or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0821

Definitions. As used in NRS 205.0821 to 205.0835, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 205.0822 to 205.0831, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0822

“Check” defined. “Check” means any check, draft or other negotiable instrument of any kind. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0823

“Control” defined. “Control” means to act so as to prevent a person from using his own property except on the actor’s terms. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0824

“Deprive” defined. “Deprive” means to withhold a property interest of another person permanently or for so long a time that a substantial portion of its value, usefulness or enjoyment is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0825

“Draw” defined. “Draw” means making, drawing, uttering, preparing, writing or delivering a check. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.08255

“Intangible property” defined. “Intangible property” means property that lacks a physical existence yet possesses value, including, without limitation, customer lists, trade secrets, copyrighted material or other confidential information. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0826

“Issue” defined. “Issue” means to deliver or cause to be delivered a check to a person who by that delivery acquires a right against the drawer of the check. A ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0827

“Obtain” defined. “Obtain” means to bring about or receive the transfer of any interest in property, or to secure performance of a service. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0828

“Property of another person” defined. “Property of another person” means real, personal or intangible property in which any person other than the defendant has an interest which the defendant is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0829

“Services” defined. “Services” includes labor, professional services, transportation, cable television, telephone, gas or electricity services, accommodations in hotels, restaurants, leased premises or elsewhere, admissions to exhibitions and the use of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.083

“Transfer” defined. “Transfer” means to change the possession or control of property. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0831

“Value” defined. “Value” means the fair market value of the property or services at the time of the theft. The value of a written instrument which does not have a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0832

Actions which constitute theft. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, a person commits theft if, without lawful authority, he knowingly: (a) Controls any property of another ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0833

Theft constitutes single offense embracing certain separate offenses; specification of charge in indictment or information. 1. Conduct denominated theft in NRS 205.0821 to 205.0835, inclusive, constitutes a single offense ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0834

Determination of amount involved in particular theft. The amount involved in a theft shall be deemed to be the highest value, by any reasonable standard, of the property or services ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.0835

Penalties. 1. Unless a greater penalty is imposed by a specific statute, a person who commits theft in violation of any provision of NRS 205.0821 to 205.0835, inclusive, shall ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.085

Definitions. 1. Within the provisions of this chapter relating to forgery or other offense, a “written instrument,” or a “writing,” or a “paper,” shall include an instrument partly written ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.090

Forgery of conveyances, negotiable instruments, stock certificates, wills and other instruments; utterance of forged instrument. A person who falsely makes, alters, forges or counterfeits any record, or other authentic matter ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.095

Other acts constituting forgery. Every person who, with intent to injure or defraud, shall: 1. Make any false entry in any public record or account; 2. Fail to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.100

Making, uttering or possessing with intent to utter fictitious bill, note or check. 1. Every person who makes, passes, utters or publishes, with an intention to defraud any person ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.105

Forgery of instrument purporting to have been issued by corporation or state. The false making or forging of an instrument or writing purporting to have been issued by or in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.110

Uttering forged instruments: Forgery. Every person who, knowing the same to be forged or altered, and with intent to defraud, shall utter, offer, dispose of or put off as true, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.115

True writing signed by wrongdoer’s name or name of person not in existence. Whenever the false making or uttering of any instrument or writing is forgery, every person who, with ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.120

False certificate to certain instruments punishable as forgery. A person who is authorized to take a proof or acknowledgment of an instrument which by law may be recorded, who willfully ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.125

Misconduct in signing or filing petition. Every person who shall willfully sign the name of another person or of a fictitious person to or for any consideration, gratuity or reward ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.130

Issuance of check or draft without sufficient money or credit: Penalties. 1. Except as otherwise provided in this subsection and subsections 2 and 3, a person who willfully, with ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.132

Issuance of check or draft without sufficient money or credit: Presumptions of intent to defraud and knowledge of insufficiency; malice in causing prosecution. 1. In a criminal action for ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.134

Issuance of check or draft without sufficient money or credit: Posting notices. 1. A notice in boldface type which is clearly legible and is in substantially the following form ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.160

Possessing or receiving forged instruments or bills. A person who has in his possession, or receives from any other person, any forged promissory note, traveler’s check or money order, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.165

General reputation may be used to prove incorporation in trial for forgery of bill or note of incorporated company or bank. On the trial of any person for forging any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.170

Expert may prove forgery or counterfeit. Persons of skill shall be competent witnesses to prove that such bill or note is forged or counterfeited. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.175

Counterfeiting seals; forgery of signatures of public officers; sale or possession of counterfeit badge or identification of law enforcement agency. 1. A person who: (a) Fraudulently forges or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.180

Counterfeiting gold dust, bars or other articles; making or possessing instruments. A person who counterfeits any kind or species of gold dust, silver, gold, bullion or bars, lumps, pieces, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.185

Possessing or receiving counterfeit gold dust, silver, bullion or bars. A person who has in his possession, or receives for any other person, any counterfeit gold dust, silver, gold, bullion ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.195

Counterfeiting stamps and labels. Every person who shall knowingly and willfully forge or counterfeit, or cause or procure to be forged or counterfeited, upon any goods, wares or merchandise, the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.200

Goods containing forged stamps. Any person who shall sell any goods, wares or merchandise having thereon any forged or counterfeit stamps or labels, purporting to be the stamps or labels ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.205

Counterfeiting trademark or design. Every person who shall use or display or have in his possession with intent to use or display the genuine label, trademark, term, design, device, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.210

Selling, displaying or advertising goods with false trademark. 1. A person shall not knowingly sell, display or advertise, or have in his possession with intent to sell, any goods, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.215

Fraudulent registration of trademark. Every person who shall for himself, or on behalf of any other person, corporation, association or union, procure the filing of any label, trademark, term, design, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.217

Unlawful reproduction or sale of sound recordings. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, it is unlawful for any person, firm, partnership, corporation or association knowingly to: ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.2175

Definitions. As used in NRS 205.2175 to 205.2707, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 205.218 to 205.2195, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.218

“Domesticated animals” defined. “Domesticated animals” means all domesticated animals other than livestock. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.2185

“Domesticated birds” defined. “Domesticated birds” means all poultry and domesticated fowl or birds. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.219

“Livestock” defined. “Livestock” means: 1. All cattle or animals of the bovine species; 2. All horses, mules, burros and asses or animals of the equine species; ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.2195

“Property” defined. “Property” means: 1. Personal goods, personal property and motor vehicles; 2. Money, negotiable instruments and other items listed in NRS 205.260; 3. Livestock, domesticated animals ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.220

Grand larceny: Definition. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 205.226 and 205.228, a person commits grand larceny if the person: 1. Intentionally steals, takes and carries away, leads away ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.222

Grand larceny: Penalties. 1. Unless a greater penalty is imposed by a specific statute, a person who commits grand larceny in violation of NRS 205.220 shall be punished pursuant ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.226

Grand larceny of firearm; penalty. 1. A person who intentionally steals, takes and carries away a firearm owned by another person commits grand larceny of a firearm. 2. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.228

Grand larceny of motor vehicle; penalty. 1. A person who intentionally steals, takes and carries away, drives away or otherwise removes a motor vehicle owned by another person commits ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.230

Duties of peace officer concerning grand larceny of animal. 1. All state, county, city and township peace and law enforcement officers are empowered and directed to pursue, apprehend and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.240

Petit larceny; penalty. 1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 205.220, 205.226, 205.228 and 475.105, a person commits petit larceny if the person: (a) Intentionally steals, takes and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.251

Determination of value of property involved in larceny offense. For the purposes of NRS 205.2175 to 205.2707, inclusive: 1. The value of property involved in a larceny offense shall ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.260

Negotiable and other instruments subjects of larceny. Bonds, promissory notes, banknotes, bills of exchange, or other bills, orders, drafts, checks, travelers’ checks, money orders, receipts or certificates, or warrants for ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.265

Commission or part ownership no defense for larceny. It shall be no defense to a prosecution for larceny that the accused was entitled to a commission out of the money ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.270

Penalty for taking property from person of another under circumstances not amounting to robbery; limitation on granting of probation or suspension of sentence. 1. A person who, under circumstances ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.2705

Use of unlawful coin or cheating device in vending machine, telephone or other coin operated device prohibited; penalty. 1. It is unlawful for any person, in using any lawful ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.2707

Penalty for theft of money or property of value of $250 or more from vending machines; determination of value of property taken includes cost to repair any damage to vending ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.271

“Owner” defined. As used in NRS 205.2715, 205.273 and 205.274, the word “owner” means a person having the lawful use or control or the right to the use and control ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.2715

Unlawful taking of vehicle: Inference; penalty. 1. Every person who takes and carries away or drives away the vehicle of another without the intent to permanently deprive the owner ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.273

Offense involving stolen vehicle: Definition; penalty; restitution; determination of value of vehicle. 1. A person commits an offense involving a stolen vehicle if the person: (a) With the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.274

Injuring or tampering with vehicle; penalties. 1. Any person who shall individually or in association with one or more other persons willfully break, injure, tamper with or remove any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.2741

Throwing substance at or willfully damaging bicycle or motor vehicle; penalty. 1. It is unlawful for any person: (a) To throw any stone, rock, missile or any substance ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.2745

Owning or operating premises on which illegally obtained motor vehicle is altered, destroyed, disassembled, reassembled or stored for certain purposes; penalties. 1. A person who owns or operates a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.275

Offense involving stolen property: Definition; penalty; restitution; prima facie evidence; determination of value of property. 1. A person commits an offense involving stolen property if the person, for his ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.290

Restoration of stolen property to owner. All property obtained by larceny, robbery, burglary or embezzlement and found in the possession of the thief or embezzler thereof, or in the possession ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.295

Restoration of stolen property: Duties of officers. The officer arresting any person charged as principal or accessory in any robbery or larceny shall use reasonable diligence to secure the property ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.300

Definition; punishment. 1. Any bailee of any money, goods or property, who converts it to his own use, with the intent to steal it or to defraud the owner ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.305

Prima facie evidence of embezzlement. If any clerk, apprentice, servant, or any other person whatsoever, whether bound or hired, to whom any money or goods, or chattels, or other property, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.310

Contractor failing to pay for labor or material. Every person having entered into a contract to supply any labor or materials for the value or price of which any lien ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.312

Willful or intentional failure to return leased or rented vehicle to owner: Inference of embezzlement. Whenever any person who has leased or rented a vehicle willfully and intentionally fails to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.320

Threats. A person who, with the intent to extort or gain any money or other property or to compel or induce another to make, subscribe, execute, alter or destroy any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.322

Extortionate collection of debt. A person who causes a debtor to have a reasonable apprehension that a delay in repaying the debt could result in the use of violence or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.330

Fraudulent conveyances. Every person who shall be a party to any fraudulent conveyance of any lands, tenements or hereditaments, goods or chattels, or any right or interest issuing out of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.335

Sale or removal of goods subject to security interest by debtor in possession without consent of secured party. 1. The debtor in possession of goods subject to a security ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.340

Sale or creation of security interest in personal property subject to security interest or lien without informing purchaser or secured party. Every person who shall sell or create a security ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.345

Destruction or removal of personal property upon which security interest or lease exists. 1. Every person being in possession thereof, who shall remove, conceal or destroy or connive at ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.350

Removal or sale of property to defraud creditors. If any debtor shall fraudulently remove his property or effects out of this state, or shall fraudulently sell, convey or assign, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.355

Fraudulent sale or concealment of personal property after action commenced or judgment rendered. Any person against whom an action is pending, or against whom a judgment has been rendered for ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.360

Knowingly receiving fraudulent conveyance. Every person who shall receive any property or conveyance thereof from another, knowing that the same is transferred or delivered to him in violation of, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.365

Fraudulently selling real estate twice. A person, after once selling, bartering or disposing of any tract of land, town lot, or executing any bond or agreement for the sale of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.370

Swindling; credit by false representations. A person who, by false representations of his own wealth, or mercantile correspondence and connections, obtains a credit thereby and defrauds any person of money, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.375

False written statements to obtain property or credit. Any person: 1. Who shall knowingly make or cause to be made, either directly or indirectly, or through any agency whatsoever, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.380

Obtaining money, property, rent or labor by false pretenses. 1. A person who knowingly and designedly by any false pretense obtains from any other person any chose in action, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.390

Obtaining signature by false pretense. A person who, with the intent to cheat or defraud another, designedly by color or aid of any false token or writing or other false ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.395

False representation concerning title. Every person who shall maliciously or fraudulently execute or file for record any instrument, or put forward any claim by which the right or title of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.400

Fraud by bailee of animal. Every person who shall obtain from another the possession or use of any horse or other draft animal without paying therefor, with intent to defraud ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.405

Falsifying accounts. Every person who shall, willfully or maliciously and with intent to defraud, make any false entry, or fail to make an entry, of any material matter which it ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.410

Improper use of insignia. Every person who shall willfully wear the badge, button, insigne or rosette of any military order or of any secret order or society, or any similitude ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.415

Collecting for benefit without authority. A person who sells one or more tickets to any ball, benefit or entertainment, or asks or receives any subscription or promise thereof, for the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.420

Use of false permit, license or diploma. Every person who shall conduct any business or perform any act under color of, or file for record with any public officer, any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.435

Fraudulent issue of stock. An officer, agent or other person in the service of a joint-stock company or corporation, domestic or foreign, who, willfully and knowingly with the intent to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.440

Publishing false statement to affect market price. Every person who, with intent to affect the market price of any security or property, shall put off, circulate or publish any false ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.445

Defrauding proprietor of hotel, inn, restaurant, motel or similar establishment. 1. It is unlawful for a person: (a) To obtain food, foodstuffs, lodging, merchandise or other accommodations at ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.450

Personating another. Every person who shall falsely represent or personate another, and, in such assumed character, shall marry another, become bail or surety for any party, in any proceeding, civil ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.455

Personating another same as stealing. Unless a greater penalty is provided pursuant to NRS 205.463, a person who falsely represents or personates another, and, in such assumed character, receives any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.460

Preparation, transfer or use of false identification regarding person under 21 years of age; penalties; demand of proof of age as defense to certain proceedings. 1. Every person who ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.461

Definitions. As used in NRS 205.461 to 205.4657, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 205.4613 to 205.4627, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4613 “Document” defined. “Document” includes, without limitation, a photocopy print, photostat and other replica of a document. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4617 “Personal identifying information” defined. “Personal identifying information” means any information designed, commonly used or capable of being used, alone or in conjunction with any other information, to identify a living or deceased person, including, without limitation:

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.462

“Public body” defined. “Public body” means: 1. The State of Nevada, or any agency, instrumentality or corporation thereof; 2. The University and Community College System of Nevada; ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4623 “Public employee” defined. “Public employee” means any person who is an employee or independent contractor of a public body. ...

>Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4627 “Public officer” defined. “Public officer” means a person who:

1. Is elected or appointed to a position which is established by the Constitution or a statute of this state, or by a charter or ordinance of a political subdivision of this state; or

2. Otherwise serves as an officer for a public body.


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Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.463

Obtaining and using personal identifying information of another person to harm person or for unlawful purpose. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, a person who knowingly: ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.464

Obtaining, using, possessing or selling personal identifying information for unlawful purpose by public officer or public employee. 1. A public officer or public employee who knowingly: (a) Obtains ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.465

Possession or sale of document or personal identifying information to establish false status or identity. 1. It is unlawful for a person to possess, sell or transfer any document ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4653

Prosecution regardless of whether person whose personal identifying information was stolen is living or deceased. A person who violates any provision of NRS 205.461 to 205.4657, inclusive, may be prosecuted ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4655

Exempt persons. The provisions of NRS 205.461 to 205.4657, inclusive, do not apply to any person who, without the intent to defraud or commit an unlawful act, possesses or uses ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4657

Defenses not available. In any prosecution for a violation of any provision of NRS 205.461 to 205.4657, inclusive, the State is not required to establish and it is no defense ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.466

Creation and operation of program; acceptance of person in program. 1. A district attorney may create within his office a program for restitution for persons referred to the district ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.467

Notice to persons accepted into program. 1. After the acceptance of a person to the program for restitution, a notice must be sent by registered or certified mail to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.468

Actions required of persons accepted into program. A person accepted to the program for restitution must: 1. Voluntarily agree to participate in the program; and 2. Contact the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.469

Agreement to suspend prosecution of person accepted into program: Entry; conditions; completion. 1. The district attorney may enter into an agreement with a person accepted to the program for ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.471

Collection of fee from offender; amount and disposition of fee. 1. The district attorney, the designated representative of the program for restitution or a private entity under contract with ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.472

Statements by person referred to or participating in program inadmissible in civil and criminal proceedings. No statement made by a person referred to the program for restitution in connection with ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.473

Definitions. As used in NRS 205.473 to 205.513, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 205.4732 to 205.476, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4732

“Access” defined. “Access” means to intercept, instruct, communicate with, store data in, retrieve from or otherwise make use of any resources of a computer, network or data. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4735

“Computer” defined. “Computer” means an electronic device which performs logical, arithmetic and memory functions by manipulations of electronic or magnetic impulses and includes all equipment related to the computer in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4737

“Computer contaminant” defined. 1. “Computer contaminant” means any data, information, image, program, signal or sound that is designed or has the capability to: (a) Contaminate, corrupt, consume, damage, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.474

“Data” defined. “Data” means a representation in any form of information, knowledge, facts, concepts or instructions which is being prepared or has been formally prepared and is intended to be ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4742

“Encryption” defined. “Encryption” means the use of any protective or disruptive measure, including, without limitation, cryptography, enciphering, encoding or a computer contaminant, to: 1. Prevent, impede, delay or disrupt ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4743

“Information service” defined. 1. “Information service” means a service that is designed or has the capability to generate, process, store, retrieve, convey, emit, transmit, receive, relay, record or reproduce ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4744

“Internet or network site” defined. 1. “Internet or network site” means any identifiable site on the Internet or on a network. 2. The term includes, without limitation: ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4745

“Network” defined. “Network” means a set of related, remotely connected devices and facilities, including more than one system, with the capability to transmit data among any of the devices and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.475

“Program” defined. “Program” means an ordered set of data representing coded instructions or statements which can be executed by a computer and cause the computer to perform one or more ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4755

“Property” defined. “Property” means anything of value and includes a financial instrument, information, electronically produced data, program and any other tangible or intangible item of value. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4757

“Provider” defined. “Provider” means any person who provides an information service. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4758

“Provider of Internet service” defined. “Provider of Internet service” means any provider who provides subscribers with access to the Internet or an electronic mail address, or both. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4759

“Response costs” defined. 1. “Response costs” means any reasonable costs that arise in response to and as a proximate result of a crime described in NRS 205.473 to 205.513, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.476

“System” defined. “System” means a set of related equipment, whether or not connected, which is used with or for a computer. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.4765

Unlawful acts regarding computers: Generally. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 6, a person who knowingly, willfully and without authorization: (a) Modifies; (b) Damages; (c) ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.477

Unlawful interference with or denial of access to or use of computers; unlawful use or access of computers; affirmative defense. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsections 3 and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.481

Forgery by creation, alteration or deletion of data, information, image, program, signal or sound contained in computer. A person who knowingly, willfully and without authorization creates, alters or deletes any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.486

Unlawful use of encryption. 1. A person shall not willfully use or attempt to use encryption, directly or indirectly, to: (a) Commit, facilitate, further or promote any criminal ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.492

Unlawful acts involving electronic mail or transmission of other data, information, images, programs, signals or sounds to computer, system or network. 1. A person shall not willfully falsify or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.498

Provider of Internet service required to keep certain information concerning subscribers confidential; notice required to be provided to subscribers. 1. A provider of Internet service shall keep confidential: ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.506

Unlawful acts regarding information services. 1. It is unlawful for a person knowingly and with the intent to avoid payment in full for the service obtained to: (a) ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.509

Presumption of authority of employee. An employee is presumed to have the authority to access and use: 1. A computer, system or network owned or operated by his employer; ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.511

Victim authorized to bring civil action. 1. Any victim of a crime described in NRS 205.473 to 205.513, inclusive, may bring a civil action to recover: (a) Damages ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.513

Enforcement of provisions. 1. If it appears that a person has engaged in or is about to engage in any act or practice which violates any provision of NRS ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.520

Issue of document of title for goods not received. A bailee, or any officer, agent or servant of a bailee, who issues or aids in issuing a document of title, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.530

Issue of document of title containing false statement. A bailee, or any officer, agent or servant of a bailee, who issues or aids in issuing a document of title, knowing ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.540

Issue of duplicate or additional negotiable document of title not so marked. Except as otherwise provided in chapter 104 of NRS, a bailee, or any officer, agent or servant of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.550

Delivery of goods covered by outstanding negotiable document of title without obtaining negotiable document. Except as provided in chapter 104 of NRS, a bailee, or any officer, agent or servant ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.560

Issue of negotiable warehouse receipt not stating fact of warehouseman’s ownership. A warehouseman, or any officer, agent or servant of a warehouseman, in possession of goods which he owns in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.570

Obtaining or negotiating document of title for goods with intent to defraud. A person who, with the intent to defraud, obtains a negotiable document of title for goods to which ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.580

Inducing bailee to issue negotiable document of title when goods have not been received. A person who, with the intent to defraud, secures the issue by a bailee of a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.590

Negotiation of document of title when goods are not in bailee’s possession. A person who, with the intent to defraud, negotiates or transfers for value a document of title, which ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.601

Definitions. As used in NRS 205.601 to 205.608, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 205.602, 205.603 and 205.604 have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.602 “Payment card” defined. “Payment card” means a credit card, charge card, debit card or any other card that:

1. Is issued to an authorized card user; and

2. Allows the user to obtain, purchase or receive credit, money, a good, a service or anything of value. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.603 “Reencoder” defined. “Reencoder” means an electronic device that places encoded information from the magnetic strip or stripe of a payment card onto the magnetic strip or stripe of a different payment card. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.604

“Scanning device” defined. “Scanning device” means a scanner, reader or any other electronic device that is used to access, read, scan, obtain, memorize or store, temporarily or permanently, information encoded ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.605

Using scanning device or reencoder to defraud. 1. A person shall not: (a) Use a scanning device to access, read, obtain, memorize or store, temporarily or permanently, information ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.606

Possession of scanning device or reencoder for unlawful purpose. 1. A person shall not possess a scanning device or reencoder with the intent to use the scanning device or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.607

Exempt persons. The provisions of NRS 205.601 to 205.608, inclusive, do not apply to any person who, without the intent to defraud or commit an unlawful act, possesses or uses ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.608

Defenses not available. In any prosecution for a violation of any provision of NRS 205.601 to 205.608, inclusive, the State is not required to establish and it is no defense ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.610

Definitions. As used in NRS 205.610 to 205.810, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 205.620 to 205.670, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.620

“Cardholder” defined. “Cardholder” means the person or organization named on the face of a credit card or debit card to whom or for whose benefit the credit card or debit ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.630

“Credit card” defined. “Credit card” means any instrument or device, whether known as a credit card, credit plate, or by any other name, issued with or without fee by an ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.635

“Debit card” defined. “Debit card” means any instrument or device, whether known as a debit card or by any other name, that is issued with or without a fee by ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.640

“Expired credit card or debit card” defined. “Expired credit card or debit card” means a credit card or debit card that is no longer valid because the term shown on ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.650

“Issuer” defined. “Issuer” means the business organization, financial institution or a duly authorized agent of a business organization or financial institution which issues a credit card or debit card. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.660

“Receives” and “receiving” defined. “Receives” or “receiving” means acquiring possession or control or accepting as security for a loan. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.670

“Revoked credit card or debit card” defined. “Revoked credit card or debit card” means a credit card or debit card that is no longer valid because permission to use it ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.680

False statement to procure issuance of credit card or debit card. Any person who, for the purpose of procuring the issuance of a credit card or debit card, makes or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.690

Obtaining or possessing credit card or debit card, or identifying description of credit card, credit account or debit card without consent of cardholder; presumption from possession; exemptions. 1. A ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.710

Sale or purchase of credit card or debit card, or identifying description of credit card, debit card or credit account; exemptions. 1. A person, except the issuer, who: ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.715

Sale of identifying information on telephone calling card. 1. It is unlawful for a person to sell, offer to sell, or otherwise make available, without the authority of the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.720

Obtaining control of credit card or debit card as security for debt. A person who, with the intent to defraud, obtains control over a credit card or debit card as ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.740

Forgery of credit card or debit card; presumption from possession. 1. A person who, with the intent to defraud, falsely makes or falsely embosses a purported credit card or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.750

Unauthorized signing of credit card, debit card or related document with intent to defraud. A person, except the cardholder or a person authorized by the cardholder, who signs a credit ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.760

Fraudulent use of credit card or debit card, or identifying description of credit account or debit card; presumption of knowledge of revocation of credit card or debit card. 1. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.765

Presumption of intent to defraud and knowledge that holder of credit card or debit card has insufficient money or property. In a criminal action for using a credit card or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.770

Fraud by person authorized to provide goods or services: Furnishing goods or services upon presentation of credit card or debit card illegally obtained or possessed. A person who is authorized ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.780

Fraud by person authorized to provide goods or services: Misrepresentation to issuer. A person who is authorized by an issuer to furnish money, goods, property, services or anything of value ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.790

Possession of incomplete credit cards or debit cards or equipment to produce cards. 1. A person, except the cardholder, who possesses two or more incomplete credit cards or debit ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.800

Receiving property or services obtained by unlawful use of credit card or debit card; presumption of knowledge. 1. A person who receives money, property, goods, services or anything of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.810

Defenses not available. In any prosecution for violation of NRS 205.610 to 205.800, inclusive, the State is not required to establish and it is no defense that: 1. An ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.830

Definitions. As used in NRS 205.830 to 205.860, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. “Cart” means a small, wheeled vehicle, drawn or pushed by hand which has a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.840

Owner of cart required to place sign on his premises. The owner of any cart shall place a sign on his premises which contains: 1. The name, address and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.850

Retrieval of carts: Permit from owner. Any person who retrieves carts from areas not on the owner’s premises, whether as a volunteer or for compensation, must obtain a permit from ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.860

Wrongful possession, abandonment or alteration of cart or serial number. 1. Any person who: (a) Knowingly possesses a cart that has been removed from the owner’s premises; ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.870

Definitions. As used in NRS 205.880 and 205.890, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. “Care” includes board, laundry, lodging, teaching, incidental materials and supplies, necessary articles of apparel or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.880

Obtaining care for child in child care establishment with intent to defraud keeper or proprietor; penalty; exception. 1. Any person who obtains care for any child in any child ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.890

Prima facie evidence of intent to defraud. The obtaining of care for a child in a child care establishment by means of any false pretense or representation, knowingly made, or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.900

Unlawful use of hotel key; penalty. 1. Any person who has unauthorized possession of a key or other device used by a guest in a hotel or by the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.910

Unlawful use of television or radio signals; unlawful manufacture or sale of devices to intercept or decode signals; penalty; exceptions. 1. Any person who without authority: (a) Leads ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.920

Obtaining or attempting to obtain telephone or telegraph service with intent to avoid payment; penalty. 1. It is unlawful for a person to obtain or attempt to obtain telephone ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.930

Manufacture, possession, sale or other disposition of equipment or information for obtaining telephone or telegraph service with intent to avoid payment; penalty. 1. It is unlawful to make or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.940

Conversion of rented or leased personal property; penalty; defenses to civil action. 1. Any person who in renting or leasing any personal property obtains or retains possession of such ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.950

Unlawful receipt of fee, salary, deposit or money to obtain loan for another; penalties. 1. It is unlawful for a person to receive an advance fee, salary, deposit or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.960

Intermediaries in tax-free exchanges: Unlawful acts; criminal penalty; civil penalty. 1. It is unlawful for a person to enter into an agreement to act as an intermediary to hold ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.965

Unlawful possession, making, altering, forgery or counterfeiting of sales receipt or inventory pricing label; penalties. 1. A person shall not, with the intent to cheat or defraud a retailer, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.970

Unlawful possession, manufacture, sale or distribution of theft detection shielding device or theft detection device deactivator; penalty. 1. A person shall not, with the intent to commit, aid or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 205.980

Determination of value of loss from crime; notice to victim; order of restitution deemed judgment to collect damages. 1. A person who is convicted of violating any provision of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.005

“Graffiti” defined. As used in this chapter, “graffiti” means any unauthorized inscription, word, figure or design that is marked, etched, scratched, drawn, painted on or affixed to the public or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.010

Destruction or damage of property by unlawful assembly. Whenever any persons unlawfully assembled pull down, damage or destroy any dwelling house or other building, or any shop, steamboat, vessel or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.015

Destruction or damage of crops, gardens, trees or shrubs. Every person who willfully and maliciously: 1. Cuts down, destroys or injures, other than by burning, any wood, timber, grain, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.040

Entering property with intention to damage or destroy property. Every person who willfully and maliciously enters, without the consent of the owner or occupant, any real property of another under ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.125

Damage of property used for religious or educational purposes, for burial or memorializing dead or as community center; damage of property contained therein. Unless a greater penalty is provided by ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.140

Nuisance in building; trespass upon grounds; disturbing assembly. Every person who: 1. Commits any nuisance in any building, public or private; 2. Commits any trespass upon the grounds ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.150

Killing, maiming, disfiguring or poisoning animal of another person; killing estray or livestock. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsections 2 and 3, any person who willfully and maliciously ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.160

Leading or driving horse away without authority. Every person who shall willfully and maliciously: 1. Untie, unfasten or liberate, without authority, the horse or team of another; or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.200

Posting of bills, signs or posters unlawful. Any person who shall willfully, unlawfully or maliciously: 1. Without the consent of the owner, agent or occupant of the premises or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.220

Removal, alteration or destruction of monuments or landmarks designating boundaries. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, every person who willfully or maliciously: (a) Removes any monument ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.260

Fraudulent and malicious destruction of writings. A person who fraudulently or maliciously tears, burns, effaces, cuts, or in any other way destroys, with the intent to defraud, prejudice or injure ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.270

Defacing proclamations and notices. 1. If any person shall intentionally deface, obliterate, tear down or destroy, in whole or in part, any copy or transcript, or extract from or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.280

Tampering with papers. Every person who shall willfully or maliciously and with intent to injure another destroy, alter, erase, obliterate or conceal any letter, telegraph message, book or record of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.290

Opening or publishing sealed letter or telegram. Every person who shall: 1. Willfully open or read, or cause to be read, any sealed letter, message or telegram, not addressed ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.300

False signals endangering cars, vessels or motors. A person who, in such a manner as might, if not discovered, endanger a vessel, railway engine, motor, train or car, shows, masks, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.310

Injury to other property. Every person who shall willfully or maliciously destroy or injure any real or personal property of another, for the destruction or injury of which no special ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.320

Unlawful removal of petrified wood from posted or designated sites; duties of certain officers. 1. The Board of Museums and History may, by itself or by its designated representative, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.330

Placing graffiti on or otherwise defacing property: Fines and penalties; parent or guardian responsible for fines and penalties if person violating section is under age of 18 years; suspension of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 206.340

Graffiti Reward Fund created; administrative assessment to be imposed for certain violations. 1. The Graffiti Reward Fund is hereby created in the State General Fund. 2. When a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.010

Habitual criminals: Definition; punishment. 1. Unless the person is prosecuted pursuant to NRS 207.012 or 207.014, a person convicted in this State of: (a) Any crime of which ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.012

Habitual felons: Definition; punishment. 1. A person who: (a) Has been convicted in this State of a felony listed in subsection 2; and (b) Before the commission ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.014

Habitually fraudulent felons: Definition; punishment. 1. A person who: (a) Has been convicted in this State of any felony committed on or after July 1, 1995, of which ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.016

Procedure; trial of primary offense; prior convictions. 1. A conviction pursuant to NRS 207.010, 207.012 or 207.014 operates only to increase, not to reduce, the sentence otherwise provided by ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.030

Prohibited acts; penalty. 1. It is unlawful to: (a) Offer or agree to engage in or engage in lewd or dissolute conduct in any public place or in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.040

Employment on public works. All persons having the physical ability to work, convicted of violating NRS 207.030 and imprisoned therefor, may be required to perform labor on the public works, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.050

Credit for work performed. For each day’s work willingly and faithfully performed by a person convicted of violating NRS 207.030, the person must receive credit for 2 days’ time, which ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.070

Sheriff to procure employment. The sheriff shall, during fair and reasonable weather, when the same can be done without extra expense to the county, procure employment for and set at ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.161

Definitions. As used in NRS 207.163: 1. “Emergency call” means a situation in which property or human life is in jeopardy and the prompt summoning of aid is essential.

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.163

Refusal to relinquish public telephone for emergency call unlawful; false declaration of emergency to obtain use of public telephone unlawful. 1. It is unlawful for a person to refuse ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.165

Telephone directory must contain warning notice of offense provided in NRS 207.163. 1. It is unlawful for a person, firm or corporation providing telephone service to distribute or cause ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.167

Interference with emergency transmission on Citizens’ Radio Service unlawful; presumptions. 1. As used in this section “emergency” means a situation in which a natural person is or is reasonably ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.170

“False, deceptive or misleading advertising” defined. As used in NRS 207.170 to 207.177, inclusive, “false, deceptive or misleading advertising” as applied to a telephone communication includes, but is not limited ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.171

False, deceptive or misleading advertising and other sales practices. It is unlawful for any person, firm, corporation or association or any agent or employee thereof to use, publish, disseminate, display ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.172

Exemption of advertising media. NRS 207.170 to 207.177, inclusive, do not apply to: 1. Any radio or television broadcasting station which broadcasts; or 2. Any publisher, printer, distributor ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.173

Actual deception unnecessary to create liability. It is sufficient in bringing any action pursuant to NRS 207.170 to 207.177, inclusive, that any statement referred to in NRS 207.171 has a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.174

Civil penalties; action by Attorney General or district attorney. Any person, firm, corporation or association or any other organization which violates any provision of NRS 207.170 to 207.177, inclusive, is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.175

Criminal penalties. Any person, firm, or any officer or managing agent of any corporation or association who knowingly and willfully violates the provisions of NRS 207.171 shall be punished: ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.176

Injunctions. The Attorney General or any district attorney may bring an action in any court of competent jurisdiction in the name of the State of Nevada on his own complaint ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.177

Penalty for violation of injunction or order. Any person, firm, or any officer or managing agent of any corporation or association who violates any order or injunction issued pursuant to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.180

Threatening or obscene letters or writings. 1. Any person who knowingly sends or delivers any letter or writing: (a) Threatening to accuse another of a crime or misdemeanor, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.185

Penalty for commission of certain unlawful acts by reason of actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation of another person or group ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.190

Coercion. 1. It is unlawful for a person, with the intent to compel another to do or abstain from doing an act which the other person has a right ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.193

Coercion: Hearing to determine whether sexually motivated. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, if a person is convicted of coercion or attempted coercion in violation of paragraph ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.195

Use of monetary instrument proceeding or derived from unlawful activity; conducting financial transaction with intent to evade regulation governing records of casinos. 1. If a monetary instrument represents the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.200

Unlawful trespass upon land; warning against trespassing. 1. Any person who, under circumstances not amounting to a burglary: (a) Goes upon the land or into any building of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.205

Posting land without permission of owner or occupant. 1. It is unlawful for any person to post such land within the meaning of subsection 2 of NRS 207.200 unless ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.210

Destruction of signs or notices forbidding trespass. It shall be a misdemeanor for any person maliciously to tear down, mutilate or destroy any sign, signboard or other notice forbidding trespass ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.220

Penalty for not closing gates. 1. Any person or persons opening and passing through gates or bars when gates or bars are placed in fences enclosing fields, or in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.225

Unlawful diversion of irrigation water. Any person who knowingly diverts or causes to be diverted to his own or some other person’s use any irrigation water to which another person ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.230

Acting without lawful authority. Every person who shall, in any case not otherwise specially provided for, do any act for the doing of which a license or other authority is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.235

Dog racing as gaming activity. A person who conducts dog racing as a gaming activity in this State is guilty of a misdemeanor. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.245

Use of system providing telephone number to be used in emergency when no actual or perceived emergency exists. 1. As used in this section, “system” means a system established ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.260

Unlawful contact with child or mentally ill person. 1. A person who, without lawful authority, willfully and maliciously engages in a course of conduct with a child who is ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.270

Loitering about school or public place where children congregate. Any person who, without legitimate reason to supervise any of such children or other legitimate reason to be at leisure in ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.280

False reporting of crimes unlawful. Every person who reports to any police officer, sheriff, district attorney, deputy sheriff, deputy district attorney or member of the Nevada Highway Patrol that a ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.290

Giving or accepting bribe to influence outcome of sporting event. A person who: 1. Gives, offers or promises to give, or attempts to give or offer, any compensation, gratuity ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.295

Commercial bribery. Any person who, with corrupt intent: 1. Offers, confers or agrees to confer any benefit upon any employee, agent or fiduciary without the consent of the employer ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.297

Discrimination: Definitions. As used in NRS 207.300 and 207.310: 1. “Disability” means, with respect to a person: (a) A physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.300

Discrimination: Transactions involving real property. It is unlawful for any person to refuse to rent, lease, sell or otherwise convey any real property solely because of race, religious creed, color, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.310

Discrimination: Loans for dwellings. 1. As used in this section: (a) “Customer” means a person who applies for a loan or other financial assistance to purchase, construct, improve ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.320

Preparation or sale of academic writings. Any person who prepares for sale or sells any term paper, thesis, dissertation or similar writing intending such writing to be submitted to an ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.325

Unsolicited transmission of advertisement to facsimile machine. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, a person shall not make or cause to be made an unsolicited electronic or ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.330

Sale of identifying card or document. It is unlawful for any person to sell to another any card or other document purporting to establish the identity of the holder unless ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.340

Acts concerning federal food stamps; prosecution by district attorney or Attorney General. 1. As used in this section, unless the context otherwise requires: (a) “Access device” means any ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.350

Definitions. As used in NRS 207.350 to 207.520, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 207.360 to 207.390, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.360

“Crime related to racketeering” defined. “Crime related to racketeering” means the commission of, attempt to commit or conspiracy to commit any of the following crimes: 1. Murder; 2. ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.370

“Criminal syndicate” defined. “Criminal syndicate” means any combination of persons, so structured that the organization will continue its operation even if individual members enter or leave the organization, which engages ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.380

“Enterprise” defined. “Enterprise” includes: 1. Any natural person, sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, business trust or other legal entity; and 2. Any union, association or other group of persons ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.390

“Racketeering activity” defined. “Racketeering activity” means engaging in at least two crimes related to racketeering that have the same or similar pattern, intents, results, accomplices, victims or methods of commission, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.400

Unlawful acts; penalties. 1. It is unlawful for a person: (a) Who has with criminal intent received any proceeds derived, directly or indirectly, from racketeering activity to use ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.410

Alternate fine for unlawful acts. In lieu of the fine which may be imposed for a violation of NRS 207.400, the convicted person may be sentenced to pay a fine ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.415

Account for Prosecution of Racketeering created; use and distribution of money by Attorney General; reimbursement of Account. 1. The Account for the Prosecution of Racketeering is hereby created within ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.420

Criminal forfeiture: Property subject to forfeiture; substitution for unreachable property. 1. If the indictment or information filed regarding a violation of NRS 207.400 alleges that real or personal property ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.430

Criminal forfeiture: Temporary restraining order to preserve property. 1. The prosecuting attorney may apply for, and a court may issue without notice or hearing, a temporary restraining order to ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.440

Criminal forfeiture: Orders to secure property. 1. After an information or indictment is filed regarding a violation of NRS 207.400, the prosecuting attorney may request the court to: ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.450

Criminal forfeiture: Order of forfeiture; protection of property. 1. Upon entry of a judgment for a violation of NRS 207.400, the court may order the forfeiture of the appropriate ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.460

Civil forfeiture: Property subject to forfeiture. 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, the following are subject to civil forfeiture to the State: (a) All property, real ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.470

Civil actions for damages resulting from racketeering. 1. Any person who is injured in his business or property by reason of any violation of NRS 207.400 has a cause ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.480

Order of court upon determination of civil liability. A district court may, following a determination of civil liability under NRS 207.470 or 207.490, take such actions as it deems proper, ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.490

Criminal and civil forfeiture: Seizure of property before forfeiture and final disposition; order of forfeiture; intercession by Attorney General; interlocutory actions by court. 1. Property subject to forfeiture under ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.500

Use, sale and other disposal of forfeited property by State, county or city; payment of certain encumbrances. 1. The State, county or city may sell or retain for its ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.510

Parties to proceedings for forfeiture of property. No person, except one: 1. Who holds a community property interest in the property; 2. Whose name or interest appears on ...

Nevada Revised Statutes Section 207.520

Limitation of actions. A criminal action or proceeding under NRS 205.322 or 207.400 may be commenced at any time within 5 years after the conduct in violation of the section ...



Last modified: November 19, 2006