The severity of the penalty for a sexual offense in the state of Nevada is quite harsh. Beyond the penalties there are very serious conditions to your parole that are just as stringent. Any person that is convicted of a sex crime in Nevada would be subject to a psychosexual evaluation to determine the possibility of a repeat offense. If that individual were found to be a high risk they would be not entitled for parole or probation. You would also be subject to restrictive conditions that would keep you away from children, including your own children’s friends and fellow students. This can have very serious consequences and should not be fought alone. It is very easy for a jury to find guilt with only the testimony of one witness and a lifetime of registration as a sex offender and the stigma that goes along with that. Your best line of defense is to retain a lawyer that takes these charges as serious as the state does.