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Record Sealing in Clark County, Nevada

This article is valid as of January 16, 2020

 

You may be eligible to have your criminal record “sealed” in Nevada.  This means that your Nevada conviction is treated as though it never occurred, and you may legally say that you have no criminal convictions, or that you have never been convicted of a crime.  Specifically, the arrest, charge, and conviction are all sealed and do not appear on your criminal history, for most purposes.

 

The majority of people desire to have their record sealed for employment purposes; however, many people simply want a fresh start with a clean record.  Others desire to seal their records to have their civil rights restored, such as the right to vote and hold office. 

 

Las Vegas Guide To Record Sealing
Hinds Injury Law can help you seal your records! Call us now at (702) 940-1234

 

The following is detailed guide with the most frequently asked questions about sealing your record.  At the end of this article is a list of categories of felonies and their range of punishments. 

 

What is the legal effect of having my record sealed?

 

All proceedings in the record are treated as though they occurred, and you can legally answer an in an application for employment that you have never been arrested for or convicted of a crime.

 

Further, you civil rights are immediately restored, including the right to vote, hold office, and serve on a jury. 

 

Who is NOT eligible to seal your record in Clark County?

 

  1. Your case has not been closed long enough by statute. NRS 179.245;
  2. You have an active case or warrant in any jurisdiction anywhere in the United States;
  3. Your case was dismissed without prejudice and the statute of limitations for filing has not passed;
  4. You have a drug and/or DUI cases recently denied by the District Attorney’s Office and you are applying to seal your record within one calendar year from date of arrest;
  5. You have a dishonorable discharge from probation on your criminal record;
  6. You have/had a conviction for a crime relating to Sexual Assault or a Crime Against a Child, many of which can never be sealed;
  7. Your prior criminal record of reoffending or the serious nature of offenses;
  8. You failed to list ALL arrests and/or convictions on your Petition and Order.
  9. You have included arrests and/or charges which were handled in a different jurisdiction that the one you submitted the application for (i.e. sending the Clark County District Attorney a request for City of Las Vegas convictions).

 

Why would I want to seal my record?

 

Most people who contact us want to seal their record for employment purposes.  Either they need their record sealed to obtain a promotion, or they are seeking or need to seek employment in the future and their record will hinder or prevent employment.  Many people who have felony records need to seal their records because a felony conviction prevents them from getting so many different types of jobs.

 

In addition to lack of employment, people want to seal their record because they are being denied fundamental choices, such as access to rental housing, governmental assistance for education and food programs, and ability to foster parent.

 

There are also those who committed crimes when they were young, and do not want to live with the stigma of being a criminal for the rest of their lives.

 

Finally, quite a few people want their record sealed because they did not commit the crime and simply do not want anything on their record.

 

How long do I need to wait to seal my record?

 

All waiting periods are from the date the case is closed, including release from incarceration or release from parole or probation.  For a complete list of categories of felonies or to find your specific conviction and the category, call us now.

 

In general, the waiting periods from the date the case is closed are:

 

  1. Category A felony or a crime of violence pursuant to NRS 200.408 or burglary pursuant to NRS 205.060 is 10 years.
  2. Category B, C or D Felony is 5 years.
  3. Category E Felony is 2 years.
  4. Gross Misdemeanor is 2 years.
  5. Misdemeanor False Health Insurance claims, Misdemeanor DUI (Driving under the Influence of Drugs and/or Alcohol), Misdemeanor BDV (Battery Domestic Violence are all 7 years from the date that the case is closed.
  6. Misdemeanor Battery, Misdemeanor Stalking, Misdemeanor Harassment, or violation of a protective order are all 2 years from the date the case is closed.
  7. All other Misdemeanors require you to wait 1 year from the date the case is closed.

 

I dont live in Nevada.  Can I seal my record?

 

Yes.  Most people that live out of state discuss their case with us and retain us over the telephone.  Before accepting representation, we email them all the documents they need to sign and review, including a detailed fee agreement so they know exactly what they are paying for.

 

Can I submit my paperwork before the waiting period?

 

No, but we can begin the process by ordering your criminal history and completing your paperwork so that it is ready to be submitted on the first eligible date.

 

Is record sealing the same as expunging?

 

Yes.  In Nevada, we use the term “sealing.”

 

Can I seal my record from another State?

 

No, in Clark Clounty, you can only seal your Clark County record which includes all the cities in Clark County, Laughlin, Mesquite, Henderson, Boulder City, North Las Vegas, and Las Vegas.

 

Once my record is sealed, can someone still access the sealed record?

 

Yes, in the following limited circumstances.

 

  1. The Nevada Gaming Control Board and the Nevada Gaming Commission and their employees, agents and representatives may ask about and inspect any sealed records if the event or conviction was related to gaming, to determine the suitability or qualifications of any person to hold a state gaming license, manufacturer’s, seller’s or distributor’s license or registration as a gaming employee pursuant to chapter 463 of NRS.

 

Further, events and convictions, if any, which are the subject of an order sealing records:

      (a) May form the basis for recommendation, denial or revocation of those licenses.

      (b) Must not form the basis for denial or rejection of a gaming work permit unless the event or conviction relates to the applicant’s suitability or qualifications to hold the work permit.

 

2.       The Division of Insurance of the Department of Business and Industry and its employees may inquire into and inspect any records sealed pursuant to NRS 179.245 or 179.255, if the event or conviction was related to insurance, to determine the suitability or qualifications of any person to hold a license, certification or authorization issued in accordance with title 57 of NRS.

 

Events and convictions, if any, which are the subject of an order sealing records may form the basis for recommendation, denial or revocation of those licenses, certifications and authorizations.

 

3.      A prosecuting attorney may inquire into and inspect any records sealed if the person who sealed his records was arrested or cited for violating NRS 202.575.  NRS 202.575 which makes it unlawful for a person to knowingly and intentionally leave a child age 7 or younger in a motor vehicle if the conditions present a significant risk to the health and safety of the child or the car is running or the keys are in the car unless the child is being supervised or within the sight of a person who is at least 12 years of age.

 

4.       The Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History and its employees may inquire into and inspect any records sealed pursuant to NRS 179.245 or 179.255 that constitute information relating to sexual offenses (which is nearly any information), and may notify employers of the information in accordance with NRS 179A.180 to 179A.240, inclusive.

 

  1. Records which have been sealed pursuant to NRS 179.245 or 179.255 and which are retained in the statewide registry established pursuant to NRS 179B.200 may be inspected pursuant to chapter 179B of NRS by an officer or employee of the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History or a law enforcement officer in the regular course of his or her duties.

 

6.  The State Board of Pardons Commissioners and its agents and representatives may inquire into and inspect any records sealed if the person who is the subject of the records has applied for a pardon from the Board. 

 

If my request to seal my record is denied, can I ask the court to reconsider the denial?

 

Yes, but you must wait 2 years from the denial of the previous petition.  You are allowed to petition for two rehearings.

 

How long does it take to seal my record?

 

We can begin working on your case immediately.  The first step is you getting a fingerprint card.  You can obtain your fingerprints at Metro’s main office on 400 S. Martin Luther King Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89016.  If you live out of state, you can visit your local police department or FBI office to obtain a fingerprint card.  Do NOT go to the police department of FBI if you have a warrant out for your arrest.  We will send you the specific instructions that Nevada requires for the fingerprinting. 

 

Once you send us your fingerprints, we send them with a criminal history request to Carson City, Nevada.  It takes approximately 45- 60 days to get the official record.  Once we have these the criminal history record, we can officially file the request to seal the records. We cannot guarantee the length of time it will take for the District Attorney to review it and the judge to sign the Order, but the entire process usually takes approximately 4-6 months three.

 

Can I seal more than one crime at a time?

 

Yes, so long as all cases occurred in Clark County, Nevada, we can seal everything at the same time.

 

I was arrested but found not guilty at trial, do I have a record?

 

Yes, your record will show the crime for which you were arrested, the crime with which you were charged, and that you were found not guilty.  This can be sealed.

 

I was arrested, but my charge was dismissed, do I have a record?

 

Yes, your record will show the crime for which you were arrested, the crime with which you were charged, and that the case was dismissed.  This can be sealed.

 

I was arrested, but no charges were filed, do I have a record?

 

Yes, your record will show that you were arrested but that no charges were filed.  The arrest can be sealed.

 

I have pending criminal charges in another jurisdiction, can I seal my Nevada record?

 

No.  In order to seal your Nevada record, you cannot have any active cases or warrants in another jurisdiction.

 

 Will I need to appear in court?

 

Most cases do not require a court appearance.  Court appearances are required in very, very limited circumstances, and we will not know if an appearance is necessary until after your case is filed.

 

Categories of Felonies and Sentences

 

  1. Category A Felonies

 

A Category A felony is a crime for which the sentence is death or imprisonment in the state prison for life with or without the possibility of parole. Fines are optional unless otherwise noted. (NRS 193.130).  In Nevada, the following are felonies:

 

Commission of felony to aid act of terrorism, resulting in substantial bodily harm or death (NRS 193.1685). 

Punishable by life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole.  No fine.

 

Procuring execution of innocent person by perjury (NRS 199.160)

Punishable by life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole.  No fine.

 

Murder, first degree (NRS 200.030)

Punishable by death if aggravating circumstances; life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Murder, second degree (NRS 200.030)

Punishable by life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Kidnapping, first degree, substantial bodily harm (NRS 200.320)

Punishable by life without parole, life with a 15-year minimum for parole, or 40 years with a 15-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Kidnapping, first degree, no substantial bodily harm (NRS 200.320)

Life with a 5-year minimum for parole, or 15 years with a 5-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Aiding or abetting kidnapping in the first degree (NRS 200.340)

Punished as kidnapping first degree. (See NRS 200.320.)

 

Sexual assault, substantial bodily harm (NRS 200.366)

Punished by life without parole, or life with a 15-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Sexual assault, no substantial bodily harm (NRS 200.366)

Life with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Sexual assault, victim under 16, substantial bodily harm (NRS 200.366)

Life without parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Sexual assault, victim under 16, no substantial bodily harm (NRS 200.366)

Life with 25-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Sexual assault, victim under 14, no substantial bodily harm (NRS 200.366)

Life with a 35-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.

No fine.

 

Sexual assault, victim under 16, previous sexual assault conviction (NRS 200.366)

Life without parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Administration of poison with intent to kill (NRS 200.390)

Life with a 5-year minimum for parole, or 15 years with a 5-year minimum for parole.

No fine.

 

Battery with intent to commit sexual assault, with substantial bodily harm or strangulation (NRS 200.400)

Punishable by life without parole, or life with a 10-year minimum for parole.  Fine not more than $10,000.

 

Battery with intent to commit sexual assault, no substantial bodily harm (NRS 200.400)

Sentenced by two years to life, with the possibility of parole.  Not more than $10,000.

 

Battery with intent to commit sexual assault, no substantial bodily harm, victim under 16 (NRS 200.400)

Punishable by five years to life, with the possibility of parole and a fine of not more than $10,000.

 

Fighting duel resulting in death (NRS 200.410)

Punishable by life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Challenges to fight, death resulting (NRS 200.450)

Punishable by life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Holding minor in involuntary servitude (NRS 200.4631)

Life with a 15-year minimum for parole.  At least $50,000 fine.

 

Child abuse/neglect: Causing a child to suffer unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering resulting in substantial bodily or mental harm, child less than 14 years of age and harm result of sexual abuse (NRS 200.508)

Punishable by life with a 15-year minimum for parole.  No fine.

 

Child abuse/neglect: Permitting or allowing a child to suffer unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering as a result of abuse or neglect, resulting in substantial bodily or mental harm, child less than 14 years of age and harm result of sexual abuse (NRS 200.508)

Punishable by Life with a 10-year minimum for parole.  No fine.

 

Child pornography, child 14 years of age or older (NRS 200.710 and 200.750)

Punished by life with a 5-year minimum for parole.  Mandatory fine of not more than $100,000.

 

Child pornography, child less than 14 years of age (NRS 200.710 and 200.750)

Life with a 10-year minimum for parole.  There is a mandatory fine, not more than $100,000.

 

Promoting child pornography, child 14 years of age or older (NRS 200.720 and 200.750)

Life with a 5-year minimum for parole. Mandatory fine, not more than $100,000.

 

Promoting child pornography, child less than 14 years of age (NRS 200.720 and 200.750)

Life with a 10-year minimum for parole.  Mandatory fine, not more than $100,000.

 

Possession of child pornography, subsequent offense (NRS 200.730)

One year to life, with the possibility of parole.  Fine of not more than $5,000.

 

Incest (NRS 201.180)

Two years to life, with the possibility of parole with a fine of not more than $10,000.

 

Lewdness with a child under 14 years of age (NRS 201.230)

Life with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  Fine of not more than $10,000.

 

Lewdness with a child under 14 years of age, previous conviction of sexual offense against a child (NRS 201.230)

Life without parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Necrophilia (NRS 201.450)

Life with a 5-year minimum for parole.  Mandatory fine, not more than $20,000

 

Act of terrorism (NRS 202.445)

Life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole; and restitution.  Mandatory fine, $50,000 to $100,000.

 

Aiding an act of terrorism (NRS 202.445)

Life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole; and restitution.  Mandatory fine, $25,000 to $50,000.

 

Crimes involving weapons of mass destruction, biological or chemical agents, or similar lethal agents, no substantial bodily harm or death (NRS 202.446)

Life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole; and restitution.  Mandatory fine, not more than $20,000.

 

Crimes involving weapons of mass destruction, biological or chemical agents, or similar lethal agents, with substantial bodily harm or death (NRS 202.446)

Life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 40 years with a 20-year minimum for parole; and restitution.  Mandatory fine, not more than $50,000.

 

Use of explosives to destroy occupied property (NRS 202.830)

Life without parole, life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole.  No fine.

 

Habitual criminal: Current conviction for felony plus three prior felonies (NRS 207.010)

Life without parole, life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Habitual felon: Current conviction for violent felony plus two prior violent felonies (NRS 207.012)

Life without parole, life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence; prosecutor must charge.  No fine.

 

Gassing by prisoner under lawful arrest, in lawful custody or in lawful confinement who knows substance contains communicable disease likely to cause substantial bodily harm (NRS 212.189)

Life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole; consecutive after current sentence. No probation or suspended sentence.  Fine of not more than $50,000

 

Allowing child to be present where controlled substances are being used, death results (NRS 453.3325)

Punishable by life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Allowing child to be present where controlled substances are unlawfully sold, exchanged, given away or administered, death results (NRS 453.3325)

Punishable by life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Allowing child to be present where controlled substances are unlawfully manufactured,

substantial bodily harm results

Punishable by life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 40 years with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  Mandatory fine, not more than $50,000.

 

Allowing child to be present where controlled substances are unlawfully manufactured, death results (NRS 453.3325)

Punishable by life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Providing drug causing death (NRS 453.333)

Punishable by life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

Sale of controlled substance to minor, subsequent offense (NRS 453.334)

Life with a 5-year minimum for parole, or 15 years with a 5-year minimum for parole. May order restitution for cost of minor’s drug treatment.  Fine of not more than $20,000.

 

Unlawful manufacturing controlled substance resulting in death to another person during discovery or cleanup of premises (NRS 453.3353)

Life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole, or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole; and restitution.  No fine.

 

Trafficking, schedule I drugs (except marijuana), flunitrazepam, or 28 grams or more of GHB (NRS 453.3385)

Life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a minimum of 10 years for parole. No probation or suspended sentence and a mandatory fine, not more than $500,000.

 

Trafficking marijuana, greater than 5,000 pounds or concentrated cannabis greater than 100 pounds (NRS 453.339)

Life with a 5-year minimum for parole, or 15 years with a 5-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence and a mandatory fine, not more than $200,000.

 

Trafficking, schedule II drugs, greater than 400 grams (NRS 453.3395)

Life with a 5-year minimum for parole, or 15 years with a 5-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  Mandatory fine, not more than $250,000.

 

Vehicular homicide (NRS 484C.130 and 484C.440)

Punishable by life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  There is no fine.

 

Homicide by vessel (NRS 488.425)

Punishable by life with a 10-year minimum for parole, or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence.  No fine.

 

  1. Category B Felonies

 

CATEGORY B FELONIES

 

A category B felony is a crime for which the minimum term of imprisonment in the State prison that may be imposed is not less than 1 year and the maximum term of imprisonment that may be imposed is not more than 20 years. Fines are optional unless otherwise noted. (NRS 193.130)

 

Filing false lien or encumbrance against the property of a public officer in order to harass or defraud, second or subsequent offense (NRS 205.397)

Punishable by 2 to 20 years and a fine of not more than $50,000.

 

Attempt to purchase or otherwise obtain a firearm while subject to an extended order of protection against domestic violence (NRS 33.0305)

 

Violation of requirement to surrender, sell, or transfer custody of a firearm by a person subject to an extended order for protection (NRS 33.031)

 

Aid or conceal child escaped from a State detention facility (NRS 63.610)

 

Import, sell, et cetera, schedule I or II drugs, second offense (NRS 453.321)

 

Import, sell, et cetera, schedule III, IV, or V drugs, second offense (NRS 453.321)

 

Import, sell, et cetera, schedule III, IV, or V drugs, third or subsequent offense (NRS 453.321)

Punishable by 3 to 15 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a fine of not more than $20,000

 

Unlawful acts relating to manufacture or compounding of certain controlled substances (NRS 453.322)

Punishable by 3 to 15 years; no probation and a fine of not more than $100,000

 

Allowing child to be present where controlled substances are being used, substantial bodily harm results (NRS 453.3325)

Punishable by 6 to 20 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a fine of not more than $20,000

 

Allowing child to be present where controlled substances are unlawfully sold, exchanged, given away or administered, no substantial bodily harm or death (NRS 453.3325)

Punishable by 3 to 15 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a fine of not more than $10,000

 

Allowing child to be present where controlled substances are unlawfully sold, exchanged, given away or administered, substantial bodily harm results (NRS 453.3325)

Punishable by 6 to 20 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a fine of not more than $20,000

 

Allowing child to be present where controlled substances are unlawfully manufactured, no substantial bodily harm or death (NRS 453.3325)

Punishable by 5 to 20 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a fine of not more than $15,000

 

Possession not for sale of flunitrazepam or GHB (NRS 453.336)

Punishable by 1 to 6 years, no fine

 

Possession for purpose of sale, schedule I or II drugs, flunitrazepam, or GHB, third or subsequent offense (NRS 453.337)

Punishable by 3 to 15 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a fine of not more than $20,000

 

Trafficking, schedule I drugs (NRS except marijuana), flunitrazepam, or GHB, 4 to 14 grams (NRS 453.3385)

Punishable by 1 to 6 years; no probation or suspended sentence, the fine is mandatory fine, but not more than $50,000

 

Trafficking, schedule I drugs (NRS except marijuana), flunitrazepam, or GHB, 14 to 28 grams (NRS 453.3385)

Punishable by 2 to 15 years; no probation or suspended sentence, and a mandatory fine, not more than $100,000

 

Trafficking, 1,000 to 5,000 pounds of marijuana, or 20 to 100 pounds of concentrated cannabis (NRS 453.339)

Punishable by 2 to 10 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a mandatory fine, not more than $50,000

 

Trafficking, schedule II drugs, 200 to 400 grams (NRS 453.3395)

Punishable by 2 to 10 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a mandatory fine, not more than $100,000

 

Filling or delivering of prescriptions by illegal Internet pharmacy, schedule I drug involved or drug causes substantial bodily harm or death (NRS 453.3638)

Punishable by 3 to 15 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a fine of not more than $100,000

 

Unlawful acts relating to filling prescriptions via the Internet, schedule I drug involved or drug causes substantial bodily harm or death (NRS 453.3639)

Punishable by 3 to 15 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a fine of not more than $100,000

 

Unlawful acts relating to prescribing of drugs with knowledge of involvement of illegal Internet pharmacy, schedule I drug involved or drug causes substantial bodily harm or death (NRS 453.3643)

 

Punishable by 3 to 15 years; no probation or suspended sentence and a fine of not more than $100,000

 

Staging fights between dogs, third or subsequent offense (NRS 574.070)

Punishable by 1 to 6 years and a fine of not more than $5,000 (A fine of not more than $10,000 is mandatory if the violation is by an entity other than a natural person.)

 

Representing or aiding unauthorized insurer in violation of Unauthorized Insurers Act (NRS 685B.083)

1 to 20 years (See NRS 193.130.)

No penalty specified

 

Transacting unauthorized insurance business (NRS 685B.087)

1 to 20 years (See NRS 193.130.)

No penalty specified

 

Disclosure of certain health care information, with intent to sell, transfer or use the data for commercial advantage, personal gain, or malicious harm (NRS 695C, new section)

1 to 10 years

Not more than $250,000

 

III.       Category C Felonies

 

A category C felony is a felony for which a court shall sentence a convicted person to imprisonment in the state prison for a minimum term of not less than 1 year and a maximum term of not more than 5 years. In addition to any other penalty, the court may impose a fine of not more than $10,000, unless a greater fine is authorized or required by statute. Some convictions require mandatory restitution.  (NRS 193.130).

 

Violation of extended order involving crime against a child (NRS 33.400)

1 to 5 years

 

Fraudulent sale of subdivided land (NRS 119.330)

1 to 5 years*

 

Improperly sharing or disclosing DNA information related to a felony arrest (NRS 176.0916)

1 to 5 years

 

Failure to register as sex offender, second or subsequent offense within 7 years (NRS 179D.550)

1 to 5 years; no probation or suspended sentence

 

Public offense proportionate to the value of the property affected or the loss resulting from such offense, property value $5,000 or more (NRS 193.155)

1 to 5 years

 

Attempted category B felony with a maximum penalty of 10 years or less (NRS 193.330)

1 to 5 years

 

Accessory to a felony who is not a spouse, domestic partner, brother, sister, parent or grandparent, child or grandchild of principal offender (NRS 195.040)

1 to 5 years

 

Misprision of treason (knowledge of the commission of treason, concealment of crime) (NRS 196.030)

1 to 5 years

 

Bribery of executive officer (NRS 197.010)

1 to 5 years

 

Bribery of public officer (NRS 197.020)

1 to 5 years

 

Executive officer accepting bribe (NRS 197.030)

1 to 5 years

 

Public officer accepting bribe (NRS 197.040)

Resisting officer, use of firearm or taking firearm from officer (NRS 199.280)

1 to 5 years

 

Bribery of judicial officer (NRS 199.010)

1 to 5 years

 

Judicial officer accepting bribe (NRS 199.020)

1 to 5 years

 

Juror accepting bribe (NRS 199.030)

1 to 5 years

 

Rescuing felony prisoner (NRS 199.100)

1 to 5 years

 

Bribery or intimidation of witness (NRS 199.240)

1 to 5 years

 

Witness accepting bribe (NRS 199.250)

1 to 5 years

 

Intimidating public officer, force involved, first offense (NRS 199.300)

1 to 5 years

 

Violation of extended order by perpetrator of alleged sexual assault (NRS 200.378)

1 to 5 years

 

Trafficking a child to avoid responsibility for the child or to sell or otherwise transfer a child for money or anything of value (NRS 200.4658)

1 to 5 years

 

Battery without weapon, but with substantial injury or by strangulation (NRS 200.481)

1 to 5 years

 

Battery that constitutes domestic violence, third or subsequent offense in 7 years (NRS 200.485)

1 to 5 years; no probation or suspended sentence

 

Battery that constitutes domestic violence committed by strangulation (NRS 200.485)

1 to 5 years; no probation or suspended sentence

 

Child abuse/neglect: Permitting or allowing a child to suffer unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering, no substantial bodily or mental harm, subsequent violation (NRS 200.508)

 

 

Torturing, maiming, mutilating, or killing a dog, cat, or companion animal with intent to threaten, intimidate, or terrorize another person (NRS 574.100)

1 to 5 years

A fine of not more than $10,000

 

Mistreatment of police animal resulting in totally disabling or killing the animal (NRS 574.105)

1 to 5 years

A fine of not more than $10,000

 

Willfully and unjustifiably killing a dog used for certain exhibition types of events (NRS 574.107)

1 to 5 years

A fine of not more than $10,000

 

Failure to provide proper food and water to impounded animal, third or subsequent offense (NRS 574.120)

1 to 5 years*

A fine of not more than $10,000 and mandatory restitution

 

Poisoning livestock (NRS 574.150)

 

1 to 5 years*

Not more than $10,000 and mandatory restitution

Animal inspector accepting bribe (NRS 583.543)

1 to 5 years

Not more than $10,000

 

Unlawful sale by informal merchant causing substantial bodily harm (NRS 597.915)

1 to 5 years*

Not more than $10,000

 

Violation of Uniform Trade Act: theft of trade secrets (NRS 600A.035)

1 to 10 years

 

Not more than $10,000

Using plan or scheme to avoid being subject to unemployment compensation laws (NRS 612.730)

1 to 5 years

 

Not more than $10,000

Failure to provide, secure, or maintain compensation: either first offense and employee suffers injury resulting in substantial bodily harm or death or subsequent offense within 7 years (NRS 616D.200)

1 to 5 years

Not more than $50,000

 

Hold oneself out as a certain type of medical practitioner or practice certain types of medical care without a license resulting in substantial bodily harm (NRS 630.400)

1 to 5 years

Not more than $10,000

 

Failure either to acquire or deliver a complete and accurate statement concerning prior sales of prescription drugs (NRS 639.550)

1 to 5 years

Not more than $10,000

 

Destroying, failing to authenticate, forging, or falsifying statement identifying prior sales of prescription drugs (NRS 639.555)

1 to 5 years

Not more than $10,000

 

Banking-related embezzlement, $650 or more (NRS 668.055)

1 to 5 years*

Not more than $10,000

 

Fraudulent reports by financial institution (NRS 668.095)

1 to 5 years

Not more than $10,000

 

Thrift company embezzlement (NRS 677.810)

1 to 5 years*

Not more than $50,000

 

Willful and malicious destruction or obstruction of railroad tracks (NRS 705.460)

1 to 5 years

Not more than $10,000

 

Owning or operating premises used for illegal altering, disassembly, or sale of motor vehicles or parts of motor vehicles (NRS 205.2745)

Receiving or possessing stolen goods, value of $650 or more but less than $3,500 (NRS 205.275)

 

  1. Category D Felonies

 

A category D felony is a felony for which a court shall sentence a convicted person to imprisonment in the state prison for a minimum term of not less than 1 year and a maximum term of not more than 4 years. In addition to any other penalty, the court may impose a fine of not more than $5,000, unless a greater fine is authorized or required by statute. Mandatory restitution is included for those sentences noted by an asterisk (*).

Below is a list of Category D felonies.  All penalties are 1-4 years and a fine of not more than $5,000 unless otherwise noted.

 

Fraudulently alter the outcome of a common-interest community election for executive board (NRS 116.31107)

 

Bribing a community manager or executive board member (NRS 116.31189)

 

Failure to disclose to tenant that property is subject to foreclosure (deceptive trade practice), third and subsequent offense (NRS 118A.275)

 

Child abduction, concealment, or detention by parent or person under court order (NRS 125.510)

 

Payment to or acceptance by natural parent for adoption (NRS 127.287 and 127.288)

 

Unlicensed person accepting compensation for placement of child (NRS 127.300)

 

Failure to register as sex offender, to notify law enforcement of change of address, or otherwise provide false information, first offense (NRS 179D.550)

 

Attempted category C felony (NRS 193.330)

1 to 4 years, or punished as gross misdemeanor

Not more than $2,000

 

Improper division of salary by public official (NRS 197.050 and 197.060)

 

Public officer paying false claim, value of $650 or more (NRS 197.150)

 

Extortion by public officer (NRS 197.170)

 

Oppression under color of office, force or threat of force (NRS 197.200)

 

Fraudulent appropriation of property, value of $650 or more (NRS 197.210)

Restitution is mandatory. 

 

Perjury (NRS 199.120 and 199.145)

 

False complaint to effect arrest or search (NRS 199.130)

 

Use of fictitious name to effect arrest or search (NRS 199.140)

 

Offering false evidence (NRS 199.210)

 

Preventing person from testifying, force or threat of force (NRS 199.230)

 

Resisting officer, use of dangerous weapon or taking dangerous weapon other than a firearm from officer (NRS 199.280)

 

Compounding or concealing a crime (NRS 199.290)

 

Hindering the reporting of a crime (NRS 199.305)

 

Malicious prosecution of a felony (NRS 199.310)

 

Failure to appear after bail either for a felony or for a misdemeanor or gross misdemeanor and left the State to avoid prosecution (NRS 199.335)

 

Fraudulent birth pretenses, inheritance (NRS 199.360)

 

Extortion of confession; force, threat of force, or substantial bodily harm (NRS 199.460)

 

Disclosure of information to subject of investigation (NRS 199.520)

 

Notification of search or seizure (NRS 199.530)

 

Notification of wire tap (NRS 199.540)

 

Involuntary manslaughter (NRS 200.090)

 

Killing by overloading a vessel, negligent conduct (NRS 200.230)

 

Harboring vicious animal that goes at-large and kills a person (NRS 200.240)

 

Unlawful storage or manufacture of explosives, death resulting (NRS 200.260)

 

Detention, concealment, or removal of child from person with lawful custody (NRS 200.359—See also NRS 125.510.)

 

Statutory sexual seduction if under 21 and previously convicted of sexual offense (NRS 200.368)

 

Assault upon an officer, school employee, health care provider, taxicab driver, transit officer, or sports official by a probationer, prisoner, or parolee (NRS 200.471)

 

Unlawful interception of wire communication (NRS 200.690)

 

Unlawful dissemination of intimate image, if person did not give prior consent, had reasonable expectation of privacy, and was at least 18 years old at time of creation (NRS 200.780)

 

Demands in exchange for removal of intimate image from public view (NRS 200.785)

 

Bestiality, if the animal dies or suffers serious bodily injury resulting from the crime; or if subsequent offense (NRS 201, new section)

 

Bigamy (NRS 201.160)

 

Marry a married person (NRS 201.170)

 

Sexual acts in public (NRS 201.190)

 

Open or gross lewdness, subsequent offense or previous sexual offense, act committed in the presence of a child or vulnerable person (NRS 201.210)

 

Possession of explosive or incendiary device, material, substance, or component in prohibited areas (NRS 202.262)

 

Indecent or obscene exposure, subsequent offense or previous sexual offense, act committed in the presence of a child or vulnerable person (NRS 201.220)

 

Living from the earnings of a prostitute (NRS 201.320)

Not more than $5,000; plus not more than $100,000 (child 14 or more) OR not more than $500,000 (child under 14); plus not more than $500,000 if conspiracy in addition to offense, child victim

 

Soliciting a child for prostitution, second offense (NRS 201.354)

 

Placing person in house of prostitution, no force or threat of force (NRS 201.360)

 

Sale or injection of liquid silicone (NRS 202.248)

 

Unlawful possession, manufacture, or disposition of sawed-off shotgun or rifle (NRS 202.275)

 

Knowingly possess firearm with altered serial number (NRS 202.277)

 

Unlawful manufacture, importation, sale, or possession of dangerous weapons, possession of nunchaku or trefoil with intent to harm, or carrying certain concealed weapons; subsequent offense (NRS 202.350)

 

Possession of stun gun by a felon, person adjudicated mentally ill, person unlawfully in the United States, or person under 18 years of age (NRS 202.357)

 

Unlawful sale of stun gun (NRS 202.357)

 

Possession of firearm by a mentally ill person or person unlawfully in the United States (NRS 202.360)

 

Delivering a “hoax substance” with intent to cause harm (NRS 202.449)

 

Vicious dog attack, substantial bodily harm (NRS 202.500)

 

Damage to utility, agricultural, government, or construction property to obtain scrap    metal, value $500 or more (NRS 202.582)

 

Unlawful use of public funds, value of $650 or more (NRS 204.020) 1 to 4 years*  Restitution is mandatory

 

Misappropriation and falsification of public accounts, value of $650 or more (NRS 204.030)

 

Misappropriation by treasurer, value of $650 or more (NRS 204.050)

 

Arson, third degree

 

Arson, fourth degree (NRS 205.025)

 

Forgery (NRS 205.090, 205.095, 205.100, 205.110, and 205.115) 1 to 4 years*

Restitution is mandatory.

 

Petitions: forging signature, false alteration, inducing signature for money, or filing with 1 to 4 years false information (NRS 205.125)

 

Not Sufficient Funds check, willful, three prior convictions in this State or another 1 to 4 years* (NRS 205.130)

 

False certificate to certain instruments (NRS 205.120)

 

Not Sufficient Funds check(s), willful, value of $650 or more (NRS 205.130)

years*

Restitution is mandatory

 

Forging State seal (NRS 205.175) 1 to 4 years

 

Selling, displaying, or advertising goods with false trademark; third or subsequent 1 to 4 years offense, or 1,000 or more units, or $10,000 in value (NRS 205.210)

 

Unlawful operation of recording device in motion picture theater, second or subsequent offense (NRS 205.216)

 

Unlawful reproduction or sale of sound recordings, first offense (NRS 205.217)

 

Obtaining signatures by false pretenses (NRS 205.390)

Restitution is mandatory

 

Defrauding restaurant or hotel, value of $650 or more (NRS 205.445)

 

Forgery involving computers (NRS 205.481)

 

Unlawful acts relating to information services (NRS 205.506)

 

Issuance of title to goods not received, value of $650 or more (NRS 205.520)

Restitution is mandatory

 

Fraudulent issuance of title to goods, value of $650 or more (NRS 205.540)

Restitution is mandatory

 

Fraudulently obtaining title to goods, value of $650 or more (NRS 205.570)

Restitution is mandatory

 

Fraudulent inducement of bailee to release title to goods, value of $650 or more (NRS 205.580)

Restitution is mandatory

 

Fraudulent negotiation of document of title when goods are not in bailee’s possession$650 or more (NRS 205.590)

 

Credit or debit card fraud, stolen card (NRS 205.690)

Restitution is mandatory.

 

Credit or debit card fraud, possession of card with intent to use or sell (NRS 205.690) 1 to 4 years*

 

Sale or purchase of credit or debit card or identifying physical or electronic description 1 to 4 years of credit or debit card or account (NRS 205.710)

 

Sale of identifying information on telephone calling card (NRS 205.715)

 

Obtaining control of credit or debit card as security for debt (NRS 205.720)

Restitution is mandatory

 

Forgery of credit or debit card (NRS 205.740) Restitution is mandatory.

 

Unauthorized signing of credit or debit card or related document with intent to defraud. (NRS 205.750)

 

Fraudulent use of credit or debit card (NRS 205.760)

 

Fraud by person authorized to provide goods or services, credit or debit card illegally  (NRS 205.770)

 

Fraud by person authorized to provide goods or services, misrepresentation to issuer  (NRS 205.780)

 

Possession of incomplete credit or debit cards or equipment to produce cards (NRS 205.790)

 

 

Receiving property or services obtained by unlawful use of credit or debit card (NRS 205.800)

 

Obtaining telephone service with intent to avoid payment (NRS 205.920)

 

Manufacture, possession, or sale of equipment or information for obtaining telephone or 1 to 4 years telegraph service with intent to avoid payment (NRS 205.930)

 

Taking money of another to secure loan, value of $1,000 or more (NRS 205.950) 1 to 4 years

 

Fraudulent acts by intermediary in tax-free exchange (NRS 205.960)

 

Willfully and maliciously killing, maiming, or disfiguring any animal (other than estray 1 to 4 years or livestock) of another; or exposing animal to poison with criminal intent

(NRS 206.150)

 

Fraudulent or malicious destruction of writings (NRS 206.260)

 

Defacing property on protected site (NRS 206.330)

 

Defacing property, public or private, subsequent offense (NRS 206.330)

 

Use of monetary instrument derived from unlawful act (NRS 207.195)

 

Inhumanity to prisoner, substantial bodily harm (NRS 212.020)

 

Unlawful possession of controlled substance by prisoner (NRS 212.160) 1 to 4 years

Possession of portable telecommunications device by prisoner (NRS 212.165); consecutive after current sentence, no probation or suspended

sentence

 

Voluntary sexual conduct between prisoner and another person who is not a prison 1 to 4 years employee, contractor, or volunteer (NRS 212.187)

 

Sexual abuse of a prisoner by a prison employee, contractor, or volunteer (NRS 212.188)

 

Unlawful acts related to human excrement or bodily fluid by prisoner under lawful arrest 1 to 4 years; consecutive or in lawful custody, second or subsequent offense (NRS 212.189) after current sentence, no probation or suspended

sentence

 

Altering legislative measure (NRS 218A.950)

 

Altering enrolled bill or resolution (NRS 218A.955)

 

Notary public who willfully violates law, or regulation or order adopted pursuant 1 to 4 years thereto, resulting in irreparable harm to a person (NRS 245, new section)

 

Officer out of office withholding or destroying records (NRS 281.190)

 

Unlawful commissions, value of $650 or more (NRS 281.230)

 

 

Elections: Bribery of elector (NRS 293.700)

 

Elections: Tampering with election equipment (NRS 293.755)

 

Elections: Voting without being a qualified elector (NRS 293.775)

 

Elections: Voting under the name of another person (NRS 293.775)

 

Elections: Voting more than once at same election (NRS 293.780)

 

Fraud in use of facsimile signature or State seal (NRS 351.060)

 

Unlawful depository of State money (NRS 356.110)

 

Tax receiver offering false tax receipt (NRS 361.525)

 

Unlawful issuance of county license (NRS 364.090)

 

Make, store, possess, or transport liquor with intent to defraud the State (NRS 369.495)

 

Sale or possession for sale of contraband tobacco value $25 or more but less than $250 (NRS 370.405)

 

Possession, display, exhibit, or sale of artifact or human remains taken from a Native American burial site (NRS 383.180)

 

County road supervisor accepting gift or reward for influencing expenditures related to position (NRS 403.151)

 

Medicaid card fraud (NRS 422.366)

 

Unlawful sale or purchase of Medicaid card (NRS 422.367)

 

Obtaining Medicaid benefits fraudulently (NRS 422.368)

 

Medicaid provider fraud (NRS 422.369)

 

Welfare programs: False claims, statements, representations; value obtained $650 or more (NRS 422.540)

 

Perjury: Welfare applications, reports, and invoices (NRS 422.550)

 

Medicaid: Offenses regarding sale, purchase, or lease of goods, services, materials, or supplies while acting on behalf of a provider; value of $650 or more (NRS 422.560)

 

Intentional destruction of certain medical records (program for indigent) (NRS 422.570)

 

Willful and malicious killing of a service animal (NRS 426.790)

 

Perjury: Written statements of responsible relatives of applicants or recipients of public assistance for children (NRS 432.034)

 

False application for or admission of another to mental facility (NRS 433A.750)

 

Birth certificate fraud to commit a felony (NRS 440.765)

 

Violations of Clean Water Act, subsequent offense (NRS 445A.705)

 

Opening a grave with intent to remove, removal, or unlawful purchase of dead body or parts thereof (NRS 451.030)

 

Failure to register with pharmacy board (NRS 453.232)

 

Possession not for sale, schedule I through IV drugs, third or subsequent offense (NRS 453.336)

 

Possession not for sale, schedule V drugs, subsequent offense (NRS 453.336)

 

Possession for purpose of sale, schedule I or II drugs, flunitrazepam, or GHB; first offense (NRS 453.337)

 

Possession for purpose of sale, schedule III, IV, or V drugs; first and second offense (NRS 453.338)

 

Purchase of unlawful quantity of methamphetamine precursors, third or subsequent offense in any jurisdiction (NRS 453.3585)

False statement or representation in methamphetamine precursor logbook (NRS 453.359)

 

Furnishing dangerous drug without prescription (NRS 454.221)

 

Certain violations of cancer treatment chapter, third or subsequent offense (NRS 457.220)

 

Violation of regulations governing program to prevent accidental release of hazardous substances contributing to bodily harm or death (NRS 459.3834)

Not more than $50,000 per day of violation

 

Unlawful hazardous waste disposal (NRS 459.600)

Not more than $50,000 per day of violation

 

Sale or removal of property or records of gaming establishment prior to scheduled hearing before the Nevada Gaming Commission (NRS 463B.280)

 

Perjury (unarmed combat laws, Nevada Athletic Commission) (NRS 467.115)

 

Malicious false fire alarm, death or substantial bodily harm (NRS 475.100)

 

Acting as a new or used vehicle dealer, manufacturer, distributor, rebuilder, or lessor without a license, third or subsequent offense (NRS 482.322)

 

Unlawful offer or sale of automobile, value of $650 or more (NRS 482.547)

 

A vehicle dealer, garage operator, automobile wrecker, salvage pool, or body shop that takes possession of a motor vehicle or part knowing the identification number has been falsely attached, removed, destroyed, or altered (NRS 482.5505)

 

Unlawful destruction or alteration of identification number on motor vehicle or part (NRS 482.553)

 

DUI and failure to obey signal by officer (NRS 484A.550)

1 to 4 years

Not more than $25,000

1 to 4 years

Not more than $5,000

 

Willful disclosure of information from certain automobile insurance databases (NRS 485.316)

 

Unlawful removal of salvage title or title for rebuilt vehicle, value of $650 or more (NRS 487.840)

 

Improper mooring causing death (NRS 488.285)

 

Acting as a new or used off-highway vehicle dealer, manufacturer, or lessor without a license, third or subsequent violation (NRS 490.200)

 

Operating boat in unsafe condition, death resulting (NRS 488.630)

 

Weaponizing or operating a weaponized unmanned aerial vehicle (NRS 493.106 )

 

False mining claim (NRS 517.300)

 

Keeping place used for baiting or fighting birds or animals, second or subsequent offense (NRS 574.060)

 

 

Staging fights between animals (other than dogs) or birds, second or subsequent offense (NRS 574.070)

 

Keeping or selling an animal with the intent to use it to fight another animal, second or subsequent offense (NRS 574.070)

Not more than $5,000 (Up to $10,000 mandatory fine if violation is by an entity other than natural person)

 

Staging fights between dogs, first offense (NRS 574.070)

 

Violations of meat standards, third and subsequent offense (NRS 583.495)

Not more than $5,000 (Up to $10,000 mandatory fine if violation is by an entity other than natural person)

Torture, maim, mutilate, or kill a dog, cat, or other companion animal (NRS 574.100)

 

Mistreatment of police animal (NRS 574.105)

 

Torture, mutilate, injure, poison, or disable a police animal, and police animal is not totally disabled or killed (NRS 574.105)

 

Willfully, unjustifiably, and maliciously tampering or interfering with a dog used for certain exhibition types of events (NRS 574.107)

 

Willfully and unjustifiably abusing or injuring a dog used for certain types of events (NRS 574.107)

 

Failure to pay for farm products, amount over $1,000 (NRS 576.125)

 

Manufacture drug without a license (NRS 585.550)

 

Purchase, sell, offer for sale or possess with intent to sell any item that is, wholly or partially, made of certain restricted animal parts or byproducts, third and subsequent offense (NRS 597, new section)

Not more than $5,000 (additional civil penalty of up to $6,500 or amount equal to 4 times market value of item)

 

Deceptive trade practices, third and subsequent offenses (NRS 598.0999)

 

Unfair trade practices (price fixing) (NRS 598A.280)

 

Unlawful telephone solicitations, third and subsequent offense within 10 years (NRS 599B.255)

Failure to register as seller or salesman (NRS 599B.080 and 599B.255)

Not more than $50,000

 

Unlawful solicitation in connection with a proposed association of self-insured public or private employees (NRS 616B.374)

 

False statement to obtain workers’ compensation benefits, value of $250 or more (NRS 616D.300)

 

False statements or representations concerning employment of person receiving benefits (NRS 616D.310)

 

Fraudulent practices: False charges, representations, and statements to obtain workers’ compensation benefits; value of $650 or more (NRS 616D.370)

 

Certain health care provider violations, value of $650 or more (NRS 616D.390)

 

Unlawful destruction of records regarding accident benefits within 5 years (NRS 616D.400)

 

False statement by employer regarding eligibility for industrial insurance benefits, value of $250 or more (NRS 616D.415)

Licensee (guardian) knowingly or willfully neglecting to perform duty or failing to satisfy lawful requirement (NRS 628B.900 )

 

Improper use of title or practicing without license, no substantial bodily harm (NRS 630.400)

 

Homeopathic practitioners, improper use of title or practicing without certificate (NRS 630A.590)

 

Practicing homeopathic medicine without license (NRS 630A.600)

 

Illegal practice of dentistry: Dental hygiene, third or subsequent offense; licensed dentist practicing in place or manner not permitted, third or subsequent offense (NRS 631.400)

 

Improper use of title or practicing profession without certificate for osteopathic medicine, no substantial bodily harm (NRS 633.741)

 

Improper use of title or practicing profession without certificate for chiropractors (NRS 634.227)

 

Veterinarian providing treatment to human being (NRS 638.1525)

 

Improper use of title or practicing profession without certificate for veterinarians (NRS 638.170)

Violations relating to escrow or trust accounts; value of $1,000 or more (NRS 645B.960)

 

False charge against State public assistance program by doctor (NRS 639.2815)

 

Brokers, salesmen, and intermediaries: Obtain license or sell interest in real property by misrepresentation, fraud, or deceit (NRS 645.990)

 

Violations relating to escrow or trust accounts; value of $1,000 or more (NRS 645E.960)

 

Criminally receiving junk or scrap metal known to belong to utility company or governmental agency (NRS 647.145)

 

Willful violations of banking laws (NRS 658.155)

 

Violation of order requiring removal of officer of bank holding company (NRS 666.145 and 666.215)

 

False bank financial statements (NRS 668.015)

 

Bank receiving deposits with knowledge of insolvency (NRS 668.045)

 

Perjury (banking officers or employees) (NRS 668.065)

 

Willful violations of trust company laws (NRS 669.290)

 

Willful violation of the Uniform Debt-Management Services Act (deceptive trade practice), third or subsequent offense (NRS 676A.770)

 

Trust company receiving deposits with knowledge of insolvency (NRS 677.850)

 

False statements on insurance application (NRS 686A.290)

 

False claims for insurance benefits (insurance fraud) (NRS 686A.291)

 

Insurance company soliciting without permit (NRS 692B.040)

 

Willful deception of Insurance Commissioner with regard to registration requirements (NRS 692C.350)

 

Willful violation of insurance chapter (NRS 692C.480)

 

Corporations: Removal or concealment of records or assets (NRS 693A.070)

 

Obtaining utility service with intent to avoid payment, destruction of utility property, value of $500 or more (NRS 704.800)

 

Unlawful interception or receipt of cable service, 10 or more devices involved (NRS 711.270)

 

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