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  • Sex Crimes and Offender Registry in Nevada: What you need to Know  In Nevada, sex crimes are considered “crimes against the person”, and range from sexual assault to statutory sexual seduction. Defined in Section 200 of the Nevada Revised Statute, they can be declared either a misdemeanor or felony, depending on their nature. Either way, the accused faces significant criminal penalties in addition to a negative social stigma that can persist long after a sentence has been served. Being found guilty of a sex crime in Nevada can require registry with the state’s Sex Offender Database. This registry categorizes offenders based upon the nature of their crime and how likely they are to reoffend. Sex offenders are rated and then

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