Nevada law relies on consent when it comes to prosecuting people for sexual assault. Any kind of sexual touching or penetration that occurs without the other person’s consent could be charged under this law. This means that if the victim was in no condition to offer consent, such as being drunk or high, then they may press charges.
Contact the Potter Law Offices if you have been charged under NRS 200.366. These are serious charges, and it’s important that your attorneys begin an aggressive defense as soon as possible.