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  • What you Need to Know about Drug Crime Laws in Nevada Drug crimes in Nevada can include possession, intent to distribute, manufacturing, or trafficking illegal substances. Nevada recognizes different categories of drugs based upon their properties, and some examples are:Category I: PCP, Ecstasy, heroin and hydrocodone Category II: Cocaine, Ritalin (used without a prescription) and methamphetamine Category III: Anabolic Steroids Category IV: Valium, Xanax, Rohpnol, and Ambien, when used without a prescription A first-time drug offender is usually charged with a Category E felony, which is punishable by up to four years in prison. Subsequent offenses are subject to being Category D felonies, which can also carry a four year sentence, but may also include a fine of up

    Aug 20,
  • An Overview of Felonies in Nevada¬† In Nevada, crimes can fall under one of two categories: misdemeanors or felonies. Felonies are the more serious of the two, because they generally consist of crimes against people rather than crimes against property. Those who are accused of felonies could face lifelong consequences if convicted of one of these crimes. Felony crimes are broken down into four categories based upon severity. These four categories are: *Category A-murder, first degree kidnapping, promoting child pornography and sexual assault *Category B-assault with a deadly weapon, battery with intent to kill *Category C-stalking, violating protective order *Category D-involuntary manslaughter, arson *Category E-gang related activities, child prostitution The various categories of felonies all carry different penalties that can

    Jul 24,

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