In Nevada, theft is a similar offense to larceny, but, unlike larceny, theft does not require someone to physically move an item into his or her possession. Rather, theft can occur, for example, when someone deceives another person into paying them money or providing them a service, or where someone finds lost property and keeps… Continue Reading »


In Nevada, larceny can be a felony or a misdemeanor offense, depending on the value of the items allegedly stolen.┬áPetit larceny (a misdemeanor) occurs when someone steals, takes, carries, leads away, or drives away the property of another with a value under $650. Petit larceny carries a fine of up to $1,000 and a jail… Continue Reading »