Nevada State Judicial Department
Sec. § 7.285
Unlawful practice of law; criminal penalties; initiation of civil action by State Bar of Nevada.


1.

A person shall not practice law in this state if the person:

(a)

Is not an active member of the State Bar of Nevada or otherwise authorized to practice law in this state pursuant to the rules of the Supreme Court; or

(b)

Is suspended or has been disbarred from membership in the State Bar of Nevada pursuant to the rules of the Supreme Court.

2.

A person who violates any provision of subsection 1 is guilty of:

(a)

For a first offense within the immediately preceding 7 years, a misdemeanor.

(b)

For a second offense within the immediately preceding 7 years, a gross misdemeanor.

(c)

For a third and any subsequent offense within the immediately preceding 7 years, a category E felony and shall be punished as provided in NRS 193.130.

3.

The State Bar of Nevada may bring a civil action to secure an injunction and any other appropriate relief against a person who violates this section.
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