Category Archives: NRS Codes

NRS 200.571 | Is Harassment in Nevada As Clear-Cut As It Seems?

In the bustling streets of Las Vegas and across Nevada, the line between what constitutes [...]

NRS 200.5099 | What Does Nevada’s NRS 200.5099 Mean for Elder Abuse Cases?

NRS 200.5099 defines a crucial stance against elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation of individuals aged [...]

NRS 200.510 | When Can Libel Result in Criminal Charges in Nevada?

Libel, a term that often conjures images of tabloid rumors and celebrity scandals, entails the [...]

NRS 200.508 | What are the Legal Penalties for Child Endangerment in Nevada?

At ATAC LAW, we understand the complexities surrounding child endangerment laws in Nevada, and we’re [...]

NRS 200.508 | What Constitutes Child Abuse Under Nevada Law?

In Nevada, child abuse encompasses actions that cause a minor—anyone under the age of 18—to [...]

NRS 200.495 | What Does Nevada Law Say About the Criminal Neglect of Patients?

Today we discuss critical aspects of Nevada law impacting professional caretakers. Nursing homes, healthcare facilities, [...]

NRS 200.485 | How Does Nevada Law Address Battery Domestic Violence?

In Nevada, Battery Domestic Violence (BDV) is a serious offense that encompasses the intentional infliction [...]

NRS 200.481 | What Does Nevada Law Say About Battery With a Deadly Weapon?

Today we’re diving into the specifics of Nevada Revised Statute 200.481 and the implications of [...]

NRS 200.481| What Are the Consequences of Battery on a Police Officer in Nevada?

In the state of Nevada, facing charges for battery on a peace officer can invoke [...]

NRS 200.481 | What Are Nevada’s Battery Laws and Penalties?

In Nevada, comprehending the legal framework surrounding battery is not just advisable but imperative. Battery, [...]