Nevada statute criminalizing internet gambling
NRS Â§ 465.092
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TITLE 41. GAMING; HORSE RACING; SPORTING EVENTS CHAPTER 465. CRIMES AND LIABILITIES CONCERNING GAMING TRANSACTION OF WAGERS THROUGH MEDIUMS OF COMMUNICATION
NRS Â§ 465.092 (2002)
Â§ 465.092. Accepting, receiving or allowing another to accept or receive wager from person physically present in this state prohibited under certain circumstances; penalty
1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 465.094, a person, alone or with others, shall not knowingly, within or outside of this state:
- (a) Accept or receive, directly or indirectly, through any medium of communication a wager from another person who is physically present within this state; or
- (b) Allow a lessee, agent or employee to accept or receive, directly or indirectly, through any medium of communication a wager from another person who is physically present within this state.
2. If a person engages in conduct in violation of subsection 1 and the person is outside of this state at the time of the offense:
- (a) The offense shall be deemed to commence outside of this state;
- (b) The offense shall be deemed to be consummated within this state; and
- (c) The person may be prosecuted within this state pursuant to the provisions of NRS 171.015.
3. A person who violates the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor.