Nevada law views financial crimes as any sort of act in which people misrepresent themselves in order to receive monetary benefits to which they are not legally entitled to. Financial crimes include, but are not limited to forgery, counterfeiting, or issuance of a check with intent to defraud, buying or receiving stolen goods, and fraud. Depending on the severity of the crime, punishments for financial crimes include:

  • Fines
  • Prison sentence
  • Restitution payments

 

It is possible to plea bargain down the charges in certain situations.

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