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  • Nevada's Assault Laws Explained Assault is covered under Nevada Revised Statutes 200.471 and 200.481. Assault does not necessarily have to involve physical violence, as even attempting to use force against someone is enough to qualify. Hence, battery charges are sometimes brought as the same time as assault charges are because they are actually two difference acts.The crime of assault is made more severe whenever it involves the use of a deadly weapon. The law also provides for more serious punishment for someone who assaults a health care worker, school employee, taxi driver, or sports official while in their official capacity. Assault can be either a Category B or Category D felony, depending on the circumstances. It is punishable by up

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