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What type of charge is it when you fail to register as a felon at your new address in Nevada?

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- NRS 179C.100

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Failing to update your registered address as a felon is a violation of NRS 179C.110 and charged as a misdemeanor under NRS 179C.220. Under Nevada law, a “convicted person,” who is either a resident or a registered nonresident, must notify local law enforcement within 48 hours of any change in address.

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You would be charged with failing to register as a felon in the State of Nevada, which is punishable as a misdemeanor.

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