NRS 205.890
Prima facie evidence of intent to defraud.

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Obtaining Child Care with the Intent to Defraud

LV Criminal Defense, September 9, 2019

“Under state law, fraud is considered to have occurred when someone intentionally misrepresents themselves in order to receive benefits…”
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The obtaining of care for a child in a child care establishment by means of any false pretense or representation, knowingly made, or the refusal or willful neglect to pay for that care, or the giving in payment for that care of any negotiable paper on which payment is refused, or the removal of a child from such an establishment without paying or offering to pay for the child’s care, or the surreptitious removal or attempt to remove a child from that establishment, is prima facie evidence of intent to defraud the keeper or proprietor of that establishment.

Source: Section 205.890 — Prima facie evidence of intent to defraud., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-205.­html#NRS205Sec890.

Last Updated

Aug. 30, 2023

§ 205.890’s source at nv​.us