2017 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 204 - Crimes Against the Revenue and Property of This State
NRS 204.010 - Unlawful use of public money: Amount less than $650.

Universal Citation: NV Rev Stat § 204.010 (2017)
Every public officer or other person who has in his or her possession, control or custody any public money belonging to this state, or to any county, town, city, district or municipal corporation within this state, or to whom any such public money is entrusted for safekeeping, or for transmission to any treasurer, other officer or person entitled to receive it, who uses any of the public money for his or her own private purposes, or for any purpose other than one authorized by law, shall, if the amount so unlawfully used is less than $650, be punished for a misdemeanor.

[1911 C&P § 391; RL § 6656; NCL § 10343] — (NRS A 1959, 24; 1967, 491; 1989, 1431; 2011, 160)

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