Nevada Crimes and Punishments

Sec. § 207.360
“Crime related to racketeering” defined.


“Crime related to racketeering” means the commission of, attempt to commit or conspiracy to commit any of the following crimes:

1.

Murder;

2.

Manslaughter, except vehicular manslaughter as described in NRS 484B.657;

3.

Mayhem;

4.

Battery which is punished as a felony;

5.

Kidnapping;

6.

Sexual assault;

7.

Arson;

8.

Robbery;

9.

Taking property from another under circumstances not amounting to robbery;

10.

Extortion;

11.

Statutory sexual seduction;

12.

Extortionate collection of debt in violation of NRS 205.322;

13.

Forgery, including, without limitation, forgery of a credit card or debit card in violation of NRS 205.740;

14.

Obtaining and using personal identifying information of another person in violation of NRS 205.463;

15.

Establishing or possessing a financial forgery laboratory in violation of NRS 205.46513;

16.

Any violation of NRS 199.280 which is punished as a felony;

17.

Burglary;

18.

Grand larceny;

19.

Bribery or asking for or receiving a bribe in violation of chapter 197 or 199 of NRS which is punished as a felony;

20.

Battery with intent to commit a crime in violation of NRS 200.400;

21.

Assault with a deadly weapon;

22.

Any violation of NRS 453.232, 453.316 to 453.3395, inclusive, except a violation of NRS 453.3393, or NRS 453.375 to 453.401, inclusive;

23.

Receiving or transferring a stolen vehicle;

24.

Any violation of NRS 202.260, 202.275 or 202.350 which is punished as a felony;

25.

Any violation of subsection 2 or 3 of NRS 463.360 or chapter 465 of NRS;

26.

Receiving, possessing or withholding stolen goods valued at $650 or more;

27.

Embezzlement of money or property valued at $650 or more;

28.

Obtaining possession of money or property valued at $650 or more, or obtaining a signature by means of false pretenses;

29.

Perjury or subornation of perjury;

30.

Offering false evidence;

31.

Any violation of NRS 201.300, 201.320, 201.360 or 201.395;

32.

Any violation of NRS 90.570, 91.230 or 686A.290, or insurance fraud pursuant to NRS 686A.291;

33.

Any violation of NRS 205.506, 205.920 or 205.930;

34.

Any violation of NRS 202.445 or 202.446;

35.

Any violation of NRS 205.377;

36.

Involuntary servitude in violation of any provision of NRS 200.463 or 200.464 or a violation of any provision of NRS 200.465; or

37.

Trafficking in persons in violation of any provision of NRS 200.467 or 200.468.
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Feb. 5, 2021