Category Archives: NRS Codes

NRS 200.200 | When Is It Legally Justifiable to Use Force in Self-Defense in Nevada?

The right to protect oneself, one’s family, and one’s property is not just a basic [...]

NRS 200.070 | What Are Your Rights Under Nevada’s Involuntary Manslaughter Laws?

Today, we dissect an important but often misunderstood segment of criminal law: involuntary manslaughter under [...]

NRS 200.033 | How Does Nevada Law Treat Capital Murder Charges?

In this blog, we’re diving into a serious topic: capital murder in Nevada. If you’ve [...]

NRS 200.050 | What Do You Need to Know About Nevada’s Voluntary Manslaughter Laws?

Under Nevada law, specifically NRS 200.050, voluntary manslaughter occupies a critical space characterized by sudden [...]

NRS 200.030 | How Does Nevada Law Handle Attempted Murder Charges?

In the eyes of Nevada law, attempted murder is a serious offense with potentially grave [...]

NRS 200.030 | What Does Nevada’s Felony Murder Rule Entail and How Can You Defend Yourself?

Though you might not have intended any harm, association with certain felonies could escalate to [...]

NRS 200.010 | What Do You Need to Know about Murder Laws in Nevada – First and Second Degrees?

As a Nevada resident or visitor, understanding the state’s legislation on murder is crucial. With [...]

NRS 199.480 | What Does Nevada Law Say About Criminal Conspiracy?

Navigating through the dense forest of legal jurisdictions can be grueling. Particularly when it involves [...]

NRS 199.430 | Is Impersonating a Public Officer a Crime in Nevada?

Maintaining the integrity and trust in public officials, including law enforcement officers, military personnel, and [...]

NRS 199.335 | What Does Nevada’s “Failure to Appear” Law Mean for You?

Navigating the Nevada legal landscape requires a keen understanding of its statutes, particularly when it [...]