Incest is when two individuals who are closer than second cousins get married, have sexual intercourse, or commit adultery. The crime is a category A felony punishable by life in prison.
Individuals of sexual harassment may be prosecuted for stalking, harassment, peering, assault, coercion, extortion, indecent exposure, open or gross lewdness, breaching the peace, or hate crimes.
Child Sexual Abuse & Exploitation
This crime is a “catch-all” offense for cases of child sexual abuse not addressed by other child sex crimes in Nevada. Child sexual abuse is a category A felony punishable by life in Nevada prison. The possibility of parole depends on whether the defendant willfully caused sexual abuse or merely allowed for it to happen. Conviction will require registering as a sex offender.
Sex trafficking is the use of threat, force, or coercion to push an adult or child into prostitution. Depending on the age of the victim, the crime is a category A or B felony that requires sex offender registration after conviction.