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Identity Theft Charges in Las Vegas?

Identity Theft Charges are Serious-Get Help from the Potter Law Firm  Identity theft is a growing concern, which is why the Nevada legislature has enacted laws against it. Nevada Revised Statute (NRS) 205.463 prohibits people from using the personally identifying information of another individual to obtain credit, services or property by fraud. Aiding and abetting…

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Las Vegas Postal Worker Accused of Identity Theft

Former Postal Worker Charged with Identity Theft A 34-year-old Las Vegas man recently pled guilty in federal court to aggravated identity theft. The former postal worker was accused of stealing information from 12 different people between May and July 2011. That’s when he was employed at a post office here in Las Vegas as a…

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Las Vegas Credit Card Fraud

Video Transcript Below – Credit Card Fraud in Las Vegas A frequently asked question is dealing with a parent who has become a victim of credit card usage by a member of their family.  What’s important to remember is that you have two different here.  One is dealing with your ability to pay the cost…

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Writing a Bad Check in Las Vegas

Writing a Bad Check Writing a check when you don’t have the funds in your account to cover it is a criminal offense in Nevada. You can face serious charges if you don’t resolve the issue in a timely manner. Whether you actually intended to defraud anyone when you wrote the check is irrelevant to…

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Las Vegas Credit Card Fraud

Credit or Debit Card Fraud Fraud is the act of intentionally taking, obtaining, buying, selling, using or forging someone else’s credit or debit card or the corresponding card information. The law also encompasses knowingly using a card that is expired or revoked. You can be charged with credit card fraud if you knowingly sell goods…

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Writing Bad Checks in Las Vegas

Implications of a Bad Check Writing a “bad check” can have serious legal implications in Nevada. It doesn’t matter whether you intended to defraud the other party or you simply wrote the check and knew that you didn’t have enough money in your account to cover the amount. Some people write checks the day before…

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