"Peering, peeping or spying into a dwelling" in Nevada Law
(NRS 200.603)
Explaining by Las Vegas Criminal Defense Lawyers

Allegations of violating Nevada peering law frequently arise out of innocent misunderstandings and accidents.  However, Las Vegas "Peeping Tom" laws can be very harsh, carrying up to six months in jail and/or a $1,000 fine.  And penalties are increased substantially if prosecutors can prove you had a camera or a deadly weapon at the time.

Whether or not you've been falsely accused of peeping in Clark County, our Nevada criminal defense attorneys will do everything in an effort to get your charges reduced or dismissed.  If you've been arrested or charged with a criminal offense in Nevada, contact our Las Vegas NV criminal defense lawyers at 702-DEFENSE (702-333-3673) ASAP.

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