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  • Fraud Charges in Nevada are Multi-Faceted and Complex¬† Chapter 205 of the Nevada Revised Statute deals with crimes against property, to include fraud. Fraud can involve everything from providing false statements to more elaborate schemes that are designed to defraud victims out of large sums of money. The punishment for fraud in Nevada will depend on the nature of the crime, number of victims, and amount of property or money in question. Defendants face significant jail time and monetary fines for a fraud conviction. Offenses involving relatively small sums of money can be treated as misdemeanors, provided they are first offenses. Second and subsequent offenses tend to be treated more harshly, and may subject the accused to felony charges. In

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