Nevada law recognizes several kinds of credit card fraud.
These and other statutes can be brought against a consumer in Nevada. Frequently, credit card fraud in Nevada is considered a category D felony. This can mean a prison term of between one and four years and also paying as much as $5,000 in fines.
The defendant is also typically ordered to make restitution to the victim. If the defendant is charged in federal court, then they may be facing a maximum of 20 years in a federal prison. Clearly, Nevada credit card fraud charges should be taken seriously. Contact the Potter Law Offices for competent criminal defense services.