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Legal Information: Nevada

Statutes: Nevada

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Updated: 
July 14, 2020

33.100. Penalties for violation of order.

A person who intentionally violates:

1. A temporary order is guilty of a misdemeanor.

2. An extended order and:

(a) Who has not previously violated an extended order is guilty of a misdemeanor;

(b) Who has previously violated an extended order one time is guilty of a gross misdemeanor; or

(c) Who has previously violated an extended order two or more times is guilty of a category D felony and shall be punished as provided in NRS 193.130.

Each act that constitutes a violation of the temporary or extended order may be prosecuted as a separate violation of the order.