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Are You a Victim of Sex Crimes?

Are You a Victim of Sex Crimes?

Sex Crimes in Las Vegas Sex Crimes We live in a sexual world. By and large, most relations between any mix of partners is consensual. Unfortunately, and especially as the #metoo movement has shown us, that is not always the case. Nevada’s rate for rape and sexual...
What is Assault under Nevada Law?

What is Assault under Nevada Law?

Assault under Nevada Law The Nevada Revised Statutes provide clear definitions for assault and battery: NRS 200.471 Assault: Definitions; penalties “Assault” means unlawfully attempting to use physical force against another person or intentionally placing another...
How is Harassment Handled in Las Vegas?

How is Harassment Handled in Las Vegas?

Harassment in Las Vegas The Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS)-200 contain clear descriptions of what constitutes harassment: Anyone without lawful authority who threatens to cause bodily injury to someone, to cause physical damage to someone’s property, to subject the...
What Defines A Battery Under Nevada Law?

What Defines A Battery Under Nevada Law?

Nevada Domestic Battery Law The Nevada Revised Statutes provide a clear definition of battery: NRS 200.481 Battery: Definitions; penalties. “Battery” means any willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another. If battery is not committed with a...
What is Murder?

What is Murder?

Murder Law in Las Vegas The Nevada Revised Statutes provide a very clear definition of murder: NRS 200.010. Murder is the unlawful killing of a human being. There are levels of murder: with malice aforethought, express or implied; caused by a controlled substance...
What is False Imprisonment?

What is False Imprisonment?

False Imprisonment in Las Vegas While rare, false imprisonment is a serious offense. The Nevada Revised Statutes clearly state the definition of this crime: NRS 200.460 Definition; penalties. 1. False imprisonment is an unlawful violation of the personal liberty of...