“Sexual offense” defined.
1. “Sexual offense” includes acts upon a child constituting:
(a) Sexual assault under NRS 200.366;
(b) Statutory sexual seduction under NRS 200.368;
(c) Use of a minor in producing pornography under NRS 200.710;
(d) Promotion of a sexual performance of a minor under NRS 200.720;
(e) Possession of a visual presentation depicting the sexual conduct of a child under NRS 200.730;
(f) Incest under NRS 201.180;
(g) Solicitation of a minor to engage in the infamous crime against nature under NRS 201.195;
(h) Lewdness with a child under NRS 201.230; or
(i) Luring a child or mentally ill person pursuant to NRS 201.560, if punished as a felony.
2. “Sexual offense” also includes acts committed outside the State that would constitute any of the offenses in subsection 1 if committed in the State, and the aiding, abetting, attempting or conspiring to engage in any of the offenses in subsection 1.
Last modified: February 25, 2006