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  • In some organizations hazing is a tradition. When new members join a fraternity or team, they almost expect it. The trouble is that sometimes these traditions go too far. That's why Nevada state law includes section NRS 200.605, which provides penalties for hazing. According to NRS 200.605, hazing occurs when the physical health of an individual is intentionally or recklessly endangered by another. Hazing can include forcing someone to exercise, compelling them to drink alcohol or take drugs, depriving them of sleep or beating them. Some organizations consider such rituals to be "all in good fun." That is usually the intent, and the criminal defense team at Potter Law Offices doesn't believe that youthful high spirits should leave a black

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