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  • Las Vegas is a city unlike any other. It shouldn't be surprising then, that Nevada has had to come up with a few laws that are virtually unheard of in other states. Among these laws is NRS 205.130. This is the Nevada code that deals with gambling debt, otherwise known as casino markers. Whether you live in Las Vegas or are only visiting, any gambling debt you may accrue and leave unpaid can carry serious legal consequences. In fact, infractions of NRS 205.130 can carry both civil and criminal penalties. That means that the state can sue over unpaid markers and so can the casino that holds the marker. Hiring a casino marker attorney in Las Vegas is your best

    May 09,
  • Las Vegas Casino Marker Lawyer: Casino markers are known as bad checks in the state of Nevada.  We have case law as well as statutory law which protects the main industry in the state of Nevada – the casinos.  Resort industry is lobbying in the state of Nevada to interpret what were known as casino markers and at one time believed to be IOUs to actually be commercial paper or what’s known as a check.  So if the marker is submitted to a bank as a check and it bounces, you’re guilty of a bad check offense. This is a serious offense in the state of Nevada – it’s a felon.  It carries it with the sanctions of a fine

    Oct 26,
  • 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 law enforcement. Although the law is intended to punish people who knowingly violate the statute, the police and district attorney will assume that you acted in bad faith. You are subject to criminal prosecution if you wrote a bad check to obtain: Casino markers. Money Services The use or delivery of property PENALTIES FOR WRITING A BAD CHECK The penalties are based upon the amount

    Aug 20,
  • Overview of Casino Markers A marker is a short-term, interest free loan that casinos extend to patrons. This service removes the barriers to gambling. Many people like to use markers because they don’t have to carry large sums of cash. You can’t purchase chips with a credit card. Casinos won’t cash a check over a certain amount, and ATMs only dispense a limited amount of money each day. Markers enable gamblers to avoid these limitations. In order to obtain a marker, the player must complete an application to establish a line of credit with the casino. Once the casino approves your application, you can use the service. The downside is that markers are so easy to use that you can

    Jul 02,

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