Penalties for Casino Marker and Check Fraud
• NRS 616D.300 is defined as “making false statements to obtain benefits,” This is a misdemeanor, but has higher penalties if charged as a felony.
• NRS 205.090 is defined as forgery using counterfeit records with the intent to defraud. Penalties include one-four years in prison and fines up to $5,000. This is a category D felony, and often has Identity theft and misrepresentation of asset charges with the forgery charge.
• NRS 205.380 explains obtaining money by false pretenses. Trickery is used to obtain money from people. This is a misdemeanor with a $250 fine.
• NRS 205.130 defines writing a bad check because a casino marker is similar to a bad check and can refer to casino markers.
Having an experienced criminal lawyer from Las Vegas is beneficial to managing the case. There are options available to deal the charges.