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1 Legislative Counsel Bureau, Research Division Publication PENALTIES FOR FELONIES UNDER NEVADA REVISED STATUTES (See Nevada Revised Statutes for felony penalties, generally) NRS CITE NRS Chapter 7: Attorneys and Counselors at Law Unlawful practice of law, third or subsequent offense in 7 years E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more NRS Chapter 33: Injunctions Violation of extended order involving crime against a child NRS Chapter 63: State Facilities for Detention of Children Aid or conceal child escaped from a State detention facility B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more NRS Chapter 90: Securities Securities fraud B - 1 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $500,000) NRS Chapter 91: Commodities Commodities fraud C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $20,000) NRS Chapter 116: Common-Interest Ownership (Uniform Act) Fraudulently alter the outcome of an election for executive board Community manager or executive board member requesting or accepting a bribe Bribing a community manager or executive board member NRS Chapter 118A: Landlord and Tenant: Dwellings 118A.275 Failure to disclose to tenant that property is subject to foreclosure (deceptive trade practice), third or subsequent offense

2 NRS Chapter 119: Sale of Subdivided Land Fraudulent sale of subdivided land C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) NRS Chapter 125: Dissolution of Marriage Child abduction or concealment by parent or person under court order; NRS provides penalty NRS Chapter 127: Adoption of Children and Adults Penalty for payment to or acceptance by natural parent for adoption under NRS Unlicensed placement of child NRS Chapter 179B: Statewide Registry of Sex Offenders and Offenders Convicted of a Crime Against a Child 179B.285 Use of information obtained from a community notification website to commit a gross misdemeanor E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more NRS Chapter 179D: Registration of Sex Offenders and Offenders Convicted of a Crime Against a Child 179D.550 Failure to register as sex offender, first offense 179D.550 Failure to register as sex offender; second or subsequent offense within 7 years. No probation or suspended sentence NRS Chapter 193: General Provisions (Crimes and Punishments) Public offense proportionate to the value of the property affected or the loss resulting from such offense, property value $5,000 or more Commission of felony to aid act of terrorism, resulting in substantial bodily harm (SBH) or death A - Life without parole, life with a 20-year minimum for parole; or 50 years with a minimum of 20 years for parole (No fine) Attempted A felony B - 2 to 20 years (No fine) Attempted B felony with a maximum penalty of more than 10 years B - 1 to 10 years (No fine) 2

3 Attempted B felony with a maximum penalty of 10 years or less Attempted C felony D - 1 to 4 years or gross misdemeanor (Optional fine, not more than $2,000) Attempted D felony E - 1 to 4 years; or gross misdemeanor (Optional fine, not more than $2,000) Attempted E felony E - 1 to 4 years; or gross misdemeanor (Optional fine, not more than $2,000) NRS Chapter 195: Parties to Crimes Accessory to a felony NRS Chapter 196: Crimes Against the Sovereignty of This State Treason B - 2 to 10 years (No fine) Misprision of treason (having knowledge of the commission of treason, concealment of crime) NRS Chapter 197: Crimes By and Against the Executive Power of This State Bribery of executive officer Bribery of public officer Executive officer accepting bribe Public officer accepting bribe Improper division of salary by public official Improper division of salary by public official Misconduct of public officer E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more Public officer paying false claim ($650 or more) Extortion by public officer Oppression under color of office, force or threat of force 3

4 Fraudulent appropriation of property ($650 or more) NRS Chapter 199: Crimes Against Public Justice Bribery of judicial officer Judicial officer accepting bribe Juror accepting bribe Rescuing felony prisoner Rescuing gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor prisoner, use of weapon B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Perjury False complaint to effect arrest or search Use of fictitious name to effect arrest or search Perjury Procuring execution of innocent person by perjury A - Life without parole; life with a 20-year minimum for parole; or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole (No fine) Offering false evidence Preventing person from testifying, force or threat of force Bribery or intimidation of witness C - 1 to 5 years (Optional fine, not more than $50,000) Witness accepting bribe Resisting officer, use of dangerous weapon or taking dangerous weapon from officer Resisting officer, use of firearm or taking firearm from officer Compounding or concealing a crime Intimidating public officer, force involved and first offense Intimidating public officer, force involved and subsequent offense B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) 4

5 Hindering the reporting of a crime Malicious prosecution of a felony Failure to appear after bail either for a felony, or for a misdemeanor or gross misdemeanor and left the State to avoid prosecution Fraudulent birth pretenses, inheritance Substitution of child B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Extortion of confession, force or threat of force, or SBH Conspiracy to commit robbery, sexual assault, kidnapping in first or second degrees, arson in the first or second degrees, or using personal identifying information unlawfully B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Conspiracy to commit murder B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more Solicitation to commit murder B - 2 to 15 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Disclosure of information to subject of investigation Notification of search or seizure Notification of wire tap NRS Chapter 200: Crimes Against the Person Murder, first degree A - Death if aggravating circumstances; life without parole; life with a 20-year minimum for parole; or 50 years with a minimum of 20 years for parole. No probation or suspended sentence (No fine) Murder, second degree A - Life with a 10-year minimum for parole; or 25 years with a minimum of 10 years for parole. No probation or suspended sentence (No fine) Voluntary manslaughter B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Involuntary manslaughter Killing unborn quick child B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Woman taking drugs to terminate pregnancy, after 24th week B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Killing by overloading a vessel, negligent conduct 5

6 Killing by overloading vessel, willful conduct B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Harboring vicious animal Unlawful storage or manufacture of explosives, death resulting Mayhem B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Kidnapping, first degree, SBH A - 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 SBH A - 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) Kidnapping, second degree B - 2 to 15 years (Optional fine, not more than $15,000) Aiding or abetting kidnapping in the first degree A - Punished as kidnapping first degree in NRS Aiding or abetting kidnapping in the second degree Detention, concealment, removal of child from person with lawful custody (see NRS ) B - 2 to 15 years (No fine) Sexual assault, SBH A - Life without parole or life with a 15-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence (No fine) Sexual assault, no SBH A - Life with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence (No fine) Sexual assault, victim under 16, SBH A - Life without parole. No probation or suspended sentence (No fine) Sexual assault, victim under 16, no SBH A - Life with a 25-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence (No fine) Sexual assault, victim under 14, no SBH A - Life with a 35-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence (No fine) Sexual assault, victim under 16, previous conviction for sexual assault A - Life without parole. sentence (No fine) No probation or suspended Statutory sexual seduction Violation of extended order by perpetrator of alleged sexual assault C 1 to 5 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Robbery B - 2 to 15 years (No fine) 6

7 Administration of poison with intent to kill A - 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 mayhem, robbery, or grand larceny B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Battery with intent to kill B - 2 to 20 years (No fine) Battery with intent to commit sexual assault, SBH or strangulation Battery with intent to commit sexual assault, no SBH Battery with intent to commit sexual assault, victim under 16, no SBH Administration of a drug to aid commission of felony Administration of drug to aid commission of violent crime A - Life without parole or life with a 10-year minimum for parole (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) A - 2 years to life, with the possibility of parole (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) A - 5 years to life, with the possibility of parole (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 1 to 10 years (No fine) B - 1 to 20 years (No fine) Fighting duel, death resulting A - Punished as first degree murder under NRS Challenges to fight or acting for another in challenge to fight; deadly weapon B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Challenges to fight, death resulting A - Punished as first degree murder under NRS False imprisonment either by prisoner without deadly weapon or by other person with deadly weapon False imprisonment by prisoner with deadly weapon False imprisonment committed using a person as a shield B - 1 to 6 years (No fine) B - 1 to 20 years (No fine) B - 1 to 15 years (No fine) Involuntary servitude crimes B - 5 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $50,000) Involuntary servitude crimes, SBH B - 7 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $50,000) Knowingly recruiting, transporting or providing person for involuntary servitude; or benefiting from involuntary servitude B - 1 to 15 years (Optional fine, not more than $50,000) Sale or purchase of another person; related acts B - 5 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $50,000) Trafficking in persons for financial gain B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $50,000) Trafficking in persons for illegal purposes B - 1 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $50,000) 7

8 Assault with deadly weapon B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Assault with a deadly weapon upon an officer, school employee, provider of health care, taxicab driver, transit officer or sports official Assault upon an officer, school employee, provider of health care, taxicab driver, transit officer or sports official by a probationer, prisoner, or parolee Assault with a deadly weapon upon an officer, school employee, provider of health care, taxicab driver, transit officer or sports official by a probationer, prisoner, or parolee B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Battery without weapon, SBH or strangulation Battery upon an officer, school employee, provider of health care, taxicab driver, transit officer or sports official, SBH or strangulation B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Battery with a deadly weapon B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Battery with a deadly weapon, SBH or strangulation Battery by prisoner, probationer, or parolee without a weapon Battery by a prisoner, probationer, or parolee with a deadly weapon Battery by a prisoner, probationer, or parolee with a deadly weapon, SBH or strangulation Battery that constitutes domestic violence, third or subsequent offense in 7 years Battery that constitutes domestic violence committed by strangulation B - 2 to 15 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 1 to 6 years (No fine) B - 2 to 10 years (No fine) B - 2 to 15 years (No fine) C - 1 to 5 years, no probation or suspended sentence (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) C - 1 to 5 years, no probation or suspended sentence (Mandatory fine, not more than $15,000) Criminal neglect of patient, resulting in death B - 1 to 20 years (No fine) Criminal neglect of patient, resulting in SBH B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more 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 A - Life with a 15-year minimum for parole (No fine) 8

9 Child abuse/neglect: Causing a child to suffer unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering resulting in substantial bodily or mental harm Child abuse/neglect: Causing a child to suffer unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering, no substantial bodily or mental harm Child abuse/neglect: Causing a child to suffer unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering, no substantial bodily or mental harm, subsequent violation Child abuse/neglect: Permitting or allowing 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 Child abuse/neglect: Permitting or allowing child to suffer unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering as a result of abuse or neglect, resulting in substantial bodily or mental harm Child abuse/neglect: Permitting or allowing child to suffer unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering as a result of abuse or neglect, no substantial bodily or mental harm, subsequent violation B - 2 to 20 years (No fine) B - 1 to 6 years (No fine) B - 2 to 15 years (No fine) A - Life with a 10-year minimum for parole (No fine) B - 2 to 20 years (No fine) Mutilation of genitalia of female child B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Abuse of older person or vulnerable person, subsequent offense Abuse of older person or vulnerable person; SBH, substantial mental harm, or death Neglecting or permitting older person or vulnerable person to suffer by person with legal responsibility resulting in SBH, substantial mental harm or death Exploitation of older person or vulnerable person, value of $650 to $5, Exploitation of older person or vulnerable person, value over $5, Isolation of older person or vulnerable person, subsequent offense 9 B - 2 to 6 years, and restitution (No fine) B - 2 to 20 years, and restitution (No fine) B - 2 to 6 years, and restitution (No fine) B - 2 to 10 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 2 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $25,000) B - 2 to 10 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more

10 Conspiracy to abuse, exploit, or isolate older person or vulnerable person, subsequent offense C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Aggravated stalking B - 2 to 15 years (Optional fine, not more Stalking with the use of a computer (Internet, electronic mail, text messaging or network) Stalking; violation of extended order from the court Entering property with intent to conceal self and peer through opening of dwelling; possession of deadly weapon Capturing an image of the private area of another person, subsequent offense Distributing, disclosing, displaying, transmitting, or publishing an image of the private area of another that the person knows or has reason to know was obtained illegally, subsequent offense Child pornography - child 14 years of age or older (see NRS ) Child pornography - child less than 14 years of age (see NRS ) Promoting child pornography - child 14 years of age or older (see NRS ) Promoting child pornography, child less than 14 years of age (see NRS ) B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more A - Life with a 5-year minimum for parole (Mandatory fine, not more than $100,000) A - Life with a 10-year minimum for parole (Mandatory fine, not more than $100,000) A - Life with a 5-year minimum for parole (Mandatory fine, not more than $100,000) A - Life with a 10-year minimum for parole (Mandatory fine, not more than $100,000) Distribution of child pornography B - 1 to 15 years (Optional fine, not more than $15,000) Intentionally viewing pornography depicting child less than 16 years of age controlled through the Internet, first offense Intentionally viewing pornography depicting child less than 16 years of age controlled through the Internet, subsequent offense C 1 to 5 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Possession of child pornography, first offense B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Possession of child pornography, subsequent offense A - 1 year to life, with the possibility of parole (Optional fine, not more Penalty statute for NRS and (See NRS and ) 10

11 NRS Chapter 201: Crimes Against Public Decency and Good Morals Failure to pay spousal or child support: $10,000 total; or $5,000 total and subsequent violation C - 1 to 5 years (Optional fine, not more Abortion not pursuant to law B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Bigamy Marry a married person Incest A - 2 years to life, with the possibility of parole (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Sexual acts in public Soliciting a minor to commit infamous crime against nature and minor does commit act minor 14 years of age or older Soliciting a minor to commit infamous crime against nature and minor does commit act minor less than 14 years of age Soliciting minor to commit infamous crime against nature; minor did not commit act, subsequent offense Knowingly engaging in conduct likely to spread HIV A - Life with a 5-year minimum for parole (No fine) A - Life with a 10-year minimum for parole (No fine) A - Life with a 5-year minimum for parole (No fine) B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Open or gross lewdness, subsequent offense Indecent or obscene exposure, subsequent offense Lewdness with a child under 14 years of age A - Life with a 10-year minimum for parole. No probation or suspended sentence (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Lewdness with a child under 14 years of age, prior conviction of lewdness with a child or a sexual offense against a child A - Life without parole. sentence (No fine) No probation or suspended Pandering of an adult, force or threat of force Pandering of an adult, no force or threat of force Pandering of a child, force or threat of force B - 2 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $20,000) Pandering of a child, force or threat of force B - 2 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $20,000) 11

12 Pandering of a child, no force or threat of force B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Pandering of a child, no force or threat of force B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Placing spouse in a brothel, force or threat of force Placing spouse in a brothel, no force or threat of force Living from the earnings of a prostitute Detention of adult in brothel because of debt; force or threat of force Detention of adult in brothel because of debt; no force or threat of force Detention of a child in brothel because of debt; force or threat of force Detention of a child in brothel because of debt; no force or threat of force Transporting a prostitute - adult; force or threat of force Transporting a prostitute - adult; no force or threat of force Transporting a prostitute - child; force or threat of force Transporting a prostitute - child; no force or threat of force Additional penalty for violation of to , inclusive, victim is child 14 years of age or older Additional penalty for violation of to , inclusive, victim is child under 14 years of age Additional penalty for violation of to , inclusive, victim is child, offense also involves conspiracy to commit a violation of to , inclusive B - 2 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $20,000) B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 2 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $20,000) B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Additional optional fine, not more than $100,000 Additional optional fine, not more than $500,000 Additional optional fine, not more than $500, Soliciting a child for prostitution E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more Prostitute knowingly engaging in conduct likely to spread HIV 12 B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000)

13 Placing a person in house of prostitution, force or threat of force Placing a person in house of prostitution, no force or threat of force Necrophilia A - Life with a 5-year minimum for parole (Mandatory fine, not more than $20,000) Unlawful sexual conduct between school employee or volunteer and pupil who is 16 or 17 years old Unlawful sexual conduct between school employee or volunteer and pupil who is 14 or 15 years old Unlawful sexual conduct between university employee and student Using a computer, system, or network to lure a child, person believed to be a child, or mentally ill person to engage in sexual conduct Using a computer, system, or network to lure a child, person believed to be a child, or mentally ill person through material harmful to minors Luring a child, person believed to be a child, or mentally ill person to engage in sexual conduct Luring a child, person believed to be a child, or mentally ill person to provide material harmful to minors B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 2 to 15 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Criminal gang recruitment E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more NRS Chapter 202: Crimes Against Public Health and Safety Willfully poisoning food, water, or medicine B - 2 to 15 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Sale or injection of liquid silicone Setting spring gun and causing injury B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Setting spring gun and causing death B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) [May be prosecuted as murder depending upon the circumstances] Possession, manufacture, or disposition of bomb B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Possession of components of explosive or incendiary device 13 B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more

14 Possession of explosive or incendiary device, material, substance or component in prohibited areas Unlawful possession, manufacture, or disposition of sawed-off shotgun or rifle Changing, altering, removing or obliterating serial number of firearm Knowingly possess firearm with altered serial number Discharging firearm into occupied structure B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Drive-by shooting B - 2 to 15 years (Optional fine, not more Permitting minor to unlawfully handle firearm; first offense and substantial known risk child will use firearm for violent act Permitting minor to unlawfully handle firearm; subsequent offense B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Unlawful sale of firearm to minor B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Unlawful manufacture, importation, sale, or possession of dangerous weapons, possession of nunchaku or trefoil with intent to harm, or carrying of certain concealed weapons; subsequent offense Unlawful manufacture, importation, sale, or possession of machine gun or silencer, or carrying concealed any explosive, firearm or deadly weapon Unlawful use of stun gun B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Possession of stun gun by person convicted of a felony or a fugitive from justice Possession of stun gun by person adjudicated mentally ill or unlawfully in United States B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Unlawful sale of stun gun Possession of firearm by ex-felon, fugitive from justice or unlawful user of controlled substance Possession of firearm by mentally ill person or person unlawfully in United States B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more 14

15 Unlawful sale of firearm to felon, fugitive from justice, person adjudicated mentally ill, or person unlawfully in the United States B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Ex-felon, possession of tear gas B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Act of terrorism A - Life without parole; or life with a 20-year minimum for parole; or 50 years with a 20-year minimum for parole; and restitution (Mandatory fine of $50,000 to $100,000) Aiding in an act of terrorism A - Life with a 10-year minimum for parole; or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole; and restitution (Mandatory fine of $25,000 to $50,000) Crimes involving weapons of mass destruction, biological or chemical agents, or similar lethal agents, no SBH or death Crimes involving weapons of mass destruction, biological or chemical agents, or similar lethal agents, with SBH or death Knowingly assisting in crimes involving weapons of mass destruction, biological or chemical agents, or similar lethal agents Unlawful threats involving act of terrorism, biological or chemical agents, or similar lethal agents Delivering a hoax substance with intent to cause harm Delivering a hoax substance causing SBH or death A - 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) A - Life without parole; or 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) B - 2 to 15 years, and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) B - 2 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more D - 1 to 4 years and restitution to public agency (Optional fine, not more B - 2 to 20 years and restitution to public agency (Optional fine, not more Vicious dog attack/sbh Damage to utility, agricultural, government, or construction property to obtain scrap metal, value $500 or more Damage to utility, agricultural, government, or construction property to obtain scrap metal, interruption in utility service Use of laser device to interfere with the operation of aircraft, with injury to person or damage to property D 1 to 4 years and optional restitution (Optional fine, not more C 1 to 5 years and optional restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more 15

16 Negligent act in reckless disregard of safety of others resulting in SBH or death Transportation or receipt of explosives for unlawful purpose, no SBH Transportation or receipt of explosives for unlawful purpose, with SBH Use or possession of explosives during commission of felony, first offense Use or possession of explosives during commission of felony, subsequent offense B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, $2,000 to $10,000) B - 2 to 20 years (Optional fine, $2,000 to $20,000) B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 2 to 20 years (No fine) Use of explosives to destroy property, no SBH B - 2 to 10 years (Optional fine, $2,000 to $10,000) Use of explosives to destroy property, with SBH B - 2 to 20 years (Optional fine, $2,000 to $20,000) Use of explosives to destroy occupied property A - Life without parole; or life with a 10-year minimum for parole; or 25 years with a 10-year minimum for parole (No fine) Bomb threats B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more NRS Chapter 203: Crimes Against the Public Peace Criminal anarchy B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Criminal syndicalism B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more NRS Chapter 204: Crimes Against the Revenue and Property of This State Unlawful use of public funds, value of $650 or more Misappropriation and falsification of public accounts, value of $650 or more Misappropriation by treasurer, value of $650 or more NRS Chapter 205: Crimes Against Property Arson, first degree B - 2 to 15 years (Optional fine, not more than $15,000) Arson, second degree B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) 16

17 Arson, third degree Arson, fourth degree Arson, aiding and abetting, with the intent to defraud B - 1 to 6 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more Burglary B - 1 to 10 years. No probation or suspended sentence if previously convicted of burglary or invasion of the home (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Burglary with a weapon B - 2 to 15 years. No probation or suspended sentence if previously convicted of burglary or invasion of the home (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Invasion of the home B - 1 to 10 years. No probation or suspended sentence if previously convicted of burglary or invasion of the home (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Invasion of the home with a deadly weapon B - 2 to 15 years. No probation or suspended sentence if previously convicted of burglary or invasion of the home (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Burglary using explosives B - 2 to 15 years (No fine) Participation in organized retail theft ring, aggregated value of loss within 90-day period of $3,500 to $10, Participation in an organized retail theft ring, aggregated value of loss within 90-day period of $10,000 or more Theft; value of $3,500 or more Theft; value at least $650 but less than $3,500 B - 1 to 10 years, and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) B - 2 to 15 years, and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $20,000) B - 1 to 10 years, and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) C 1 to 5 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Forgery (NRS , , , , and ) False certificate to certain instruments Petitions: forging signature, false alteration, inducing signature for money, or filing with false information Not Sufficient Funds check(s), willful (value of $650 or more) 17

18 Not Sufficient Funds check, willful, 3 prior convictions in this State or another Possession or receiving forged instrument C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Forging State seal Counterfeiting C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Possession or receiving counterfeit gold dust, silver, bullion or bars with intent to circulate or defraud Selling, displaying or advertising goods with false trademark; second offense Selling, displaying or advertising goods with false trademark; either 100 to 1,000 salable units or retail value of $1,000 but less than $10, Selling, displaying or advertising goods with false trademark; third or subsequent offense Selling, displaying or advertising goods with false trademark; either at least 1,000 salable units or retail value of at least $10, Unlawful operation of recording device in motion picture theater, second or subsequent offense Unlawful reproduction or sale of sound recordings, first offense Unlawful reproduction or sale of sound recordings, subsequent offense Grand larceny, value of $650 or more but less than $3,500 (see NRS ) Grand larceny, value of $3,500 or more (see NRS ) E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 1 to 10 years, and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) Grand larceny of firearm B - 1 to 10 years, and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) Grand larceny of motor vehicle, value not proven to be $3,500 or more C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) 18

19 Grand larceny of motor vehicle, value proven to be $3,500 or more Theft of scrap metal; aggregated value of loss within 90-day period of more than $650 but less than $3, Theft of scrap metal, aggregated value of loss within 90-day period of $3,500 or more Taking not amounting to robbery, value less than $3, Taking not amounting to robbery, value $3,500 or more Theft from vending machine, value of $650 or more but less than $3, Theft from vending machine, value of $3,500 or more Receiving or transporting stolen vehicle, value not proven to be $3,500 or more Receiving or transporting stolen vehicle, value proven to be $3,500 or more Owning or operation of premises used for illegal altering, disassembling, or sale of motor vehicles or parts of motor vehicles Receiving or possessing stolen goods, value of $650 or more but less than $3, Receiving or possessing stolen goods, value of $3,500 or more B - 1 to 10 years, and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) C 1 to 5 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B 1 to 10 years (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) C - 1 to 5 years; no probation or suspended sentence if victim was elderly or handicapped; and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 1 to 10 years; no probation or suspended sentence if victim was elderly or handicapped; and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 1 to 10 years, and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 1 to 10 years, and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) C - 1 to 5 years (Optional fine, not more than $50,000) C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B - 1 to 10 years, and restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $10,000) Embezzlement Based on type of property and method taken Extortion B - 1 to 10 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) 19

20 Extortion for a debt B - 1 to 6 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Fraudulent sale of same real property more than once, value of $650 or more Swindling; credit by false representation, value of $650 or more Mortgage lending fraud Note: Civil penalty added (A.B. 284, Chapter 81, Statutes of Nevada 2011) Pattern of mortgage lending fraud Note: Civil penalty added (A.B. 284, Chapter 81, Statutes of Nevada 2011) Defrauding another, two or more similar transactions within 4 years, aggregated value more than $ Obtaining money, property, rent or labor by false pretenses, value $650 or more C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) C - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000); subject to additional civil penalty B - 3 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $50,000); subject to additional civil penalty B 1 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Obtaining signatures by false pretenses D - 1 to 4 years and restitution (Optional fine, not more False representation of title (A.B. 284, Chapter 81, Statutes of Nevada 2011) Pattern of false representation of title (A.B. 284, Chapter 81, Statutes of Nevada 2011) Collecting for benefit without authority, value of $650 or more C- 1 to 5 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) B 3 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $50,000; subject to additional civil penalty not to exceed $5,000 each violation) C - 1 to 5 years and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Fraudulent issuance of stock C - 1 to 5 years and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Defrauding restaurant or hotel (value of $650 or more) D - 1 to 4 years and restitution (Optional fine, not more Personating another 20

21 Obtaining and unlawfully using another s personal identifying information to harm, impersonate, or access nonpublic records of another or for any other unlawful purpose Obtaining and using another s personal identifying information to avoid prosecution Obtaining and using an older or vulnerable person s personal identifying information to harm or for unlawful purpose Obtaining and using the personal identifying information of five or more persons to harm or for unlawful purpose Obtaining and using another s personal identifying information to harm or for unlawful purpose that causes loss of $3,000 or more Obtaining and using an older or vulnerable person s personal identifying information to avoid prosecution for a category A or B felony Public officer or employee unlawfully obtaining and using another s personal identifying information to harm other person or for unlawful purpose Public officer or employee unlawfully obtaining and using an older or vulnerable person s personal identifying information to harm other person or for unlawful purpose Public officer or employee unlawfully obtaining and using the personal identifying information of five or more persons to harm or for unlawful purpose Public officer or employee unlawfully obtaining and using another s personal identifying information to harm or for unlawful purpose that causes loss of $3,000 or more Public officer or employee obtaining and possessing, selling or transferring another s personal identifying information to establish false identity B - 1 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) C - 1 to 5 years and restitution (Optional fine, not more B - 3 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 3 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 3 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 3 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 5 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 7 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 7 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 7 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) 21

22 Public officer or employee obtaining and possessing, selling or transferring an older or vulnerable person s personal identifying information to establish false identity Public officer or employee obtaining and possessing, selling or transferring the personal identifying information of five or more persons to establish false identity Public officer or employee obtaining and possessing, selling or transferring another s personal identifying information to establish false identity that causes loss of $3,000 or more Aiding public officer or employee to commit crimes involving another s personal identifying information Aiding public officer or employee to commit crimes involving an older or vulnerable person s personal identifying information Aiding public officer or employee to commit crimes involving the personal identifying information of five or more persons Aiding public officer or employee to commit crimes involving another s personal identifying information that causes loss of $3,000 or more B - 1 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 7 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 7 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 1 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 1 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 1 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) False identification crimes False identification crimes involving an older or vulnerable person s personal identifying information False identification crimes involving the personal identifying information of five or more persons False identification crimes involving another s personal identifying information that causes loss of $3,000 or more Unlawful possession of personal identifying information or documents Establishing or possessing financial forgery laboratory B - 1 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 1 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) B - 1 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more B - 1 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) 22

23 Computer crimes involving fraud or response costs, injury or other damages in excess of $500, or disruption in public services Unlawful use of radio frequency identification document of another person, without knowledge or consent Computer crimes involving denial of access to or unlawful use of computers C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) C 1 to 5 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) C - 1 to 5 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) Forgery (computers) Unlawful acts relating to mobile telephone service Issuance of title to goods not received, value $650 or more Fraudulent issuance of title to goods, value $650 or more Fraudulently obtaining title to goods, value $650 or more Fraudulent inducement of bailee to release title to goods, $650 or more Fraudulent negotiation of document of title when goods are not in bailee s possession, $650 or more Unlawful use of scanning device or reencoder with intent to defraud Possession of scanning device or reencoder for unlawful purpose B - 1 to 20 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more than $100,000) Credit or debit card fraud; stolen card Credit or debit card fraud; possession of card with intent to use or sell Sale or purchase of credit or debit card or identifying physical or electronic description of card or account Sale of identifying information on telephone calling card 23

24 Obtaining control of credit or debit card as security for debt Forgery of credit or debit card Unauthorized signing of credit or debit card or related document with intent to defraud Fraudulent use of credit or debit card Fraud by person authorized to provide goods or services; credit or debit card illegally obtained Fraud by person authorized to provide goods or services; misrepresentation to issuer Possession of incomplete credit or debit cards or equipment to produce cards Receiving property or services obtained by unlawful use of credit or debit card Obtaining telephone or telegraph service with intent to avoid payment Manufacture, possession, sale of equipment/ information for obtaining telephone or telegraph service with intent to avoid payment Conversion of rented or leased personal property Punished as larceny - see NRS Taking money of another to secure loan, value of $1,000 or more Fraudulent acts by intermediary in tax-free exchange NRS Chapter 206: Malicious Mischief Willfully and maliciously killing, maiming, or disfiguring any animal of another; or exposing animal to poison with criminal intent (other than estray or livestock) D - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Unlawful killing of estray or livestock Fraudulent or malicious destruction of writings False signals endangering cars, physical injury or property damage results 24 B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000)

25 Graffiti crimes, loss value $5,000 or more for one offense, or $500 aggregated for multiple offenses (Note: Single and aggregate values and penalties changed by S.B. 257, Chapter 282, Statutes of Nevada 2011) Graffiti on a protected site (S.B. 257, Chapter 282, Statutes of Nevada 2011) E - 1 to 4 years and optional restitution (Mandatory fine, not more than $1,000; optional fine, not more than $5,000). Condition of probation, at least 10 days in county jail C 1 to 5 years, if probation granted at least 10 days in county jail (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) NRS Chapter 207: Miscellaneous Crimes Habitual criminal: Current conviction for felony plus two prior felonies Habitual criminal: Current conviction for felony plus three prior felonies Habitual felon: Current violent felony plus two prior violent felonies Habitually fraudulent felon: Current conviction for felony involving fraud plus two prior felonies that include elements of fraud. Victim of each offense was an older person, a vulnerable person, or a mentally disabled person B - 5 to 20 years; no probation or suspended sentence (No fine) A - Life without parole; life with a 10-year minimum for parole; or 25 years to with a 10-year minimum for parole; no probation or suspended sentence (No fine) A - 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) B - 5 to 20 years; no probation or suspended sentence; prosecutor must charge (No fine) Coercion, force or threat of force B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Use of monetary instrument derived from unlawful act Unlawful contact with child under 16 years of age or with mentally ill person, subsequent offense False or misleading statement that causes activation of the Statewide Alert System for the Safe Return of Abducted Children or the Statewide Alert System for the Safe Return of Missing Endangered Older Persons (S.B. 245, Chapter 184, Statutes of Nevada 2011) B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more Bribery regarding sporting event Food stamp fraud, value of $650 or more Impersonation of officer or employee of utility with intent to aid act of terrorism or sabotage E - 1 to 4 years, and restitution (Optional fine, not more Racketeering B - 5 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $25,000) 25

26 NRS Chapter 212: Offenses Relating to Prisons and Prisoners Inhumanity to prisoner, SBH Escape of felony prisoner, use of weapon or SBH B - 2 to 20 years (Optional fine, not more than $20,000) Escape of felony prisoner, no aggravating factors B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Escape from prison, gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor prisoner, use of weapon B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Possession by felony prisoner of escape tools B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Unauthorized absences from prison B - Penalty under NRS Aid in escape of felony prisoner B - 1 to 10 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Aid in escape of gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor prisoner, use of weapon B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Custodian allowing escape of felon B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Ministerial officer allowing escape B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) Concealing escaped felon Furnishing weapons or drugs to prisoner B - 1 to 6 years (Optional fine, not more Unlawful possession of controlled substance by prisoner Furnishing a portable telecommunications device to prisoner Possession of portable telecommunications device by prisoner Voluntary sexual conduct between prisoner and another person Gassing by prisoner under lawful arrest or in lawful custody, second or subsequent offense E - 1 to 4 years (Optional fine, not more D - 1 to 4 years, consecutive after current sentence; no probation or suspended sentence (Optional fine, not more D - 1 to 4 years; consecutive after current sentence; no probation or suspended sentence (Optional fine, not more Gassing by prisoner in lawful confinement B - 2 to 10 years; consecutive after current sentence; no probation or suspended sentence (Optional fine, not more than $10,000) 26

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