Failure to Pay a Casino Marker Is a Felony in Nevada
When you borrow money in a casino by signing a marker and then fail to pay the casino, you can be charged with a felony under Nevada state law. Failing to pay a casino marker is analogous under the law to writing a bad check. Not only will you face civil financial penalties, but you can also be charged in criminal court with a felony. The Christiansen Trial Lawyers has extensive experience representing individuals, in the Las Vegas area, who have defaulted on their casino markers. To see how our lawyers can assist you with your casino marker legal problems, contact our office to set up a free initial consultation.
Nevada Casino Marker Default Attorneys
Failing to pay a casino marker may seem like a minor offense, but a felony conviction can result in serious consequences, including:
- Establishment of a criminal record
- Submission to a federal database
- Restitution plus court costs and large fines
- Jail time
Even if you are not a resident of Nevada, a felony warrant in Nevada can be executed in your home state, if you are stopped by the police. We can help. In some cases, making arrangements to satisfy the marker will work in your favor in criminal court.
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You should not face felony charges alone. Contact an attorney at once. Because of our Las Vegas location, we have extensive experience representing clients on felony casino marker default charges. Contact our office online or by phone at (702) 357-9977 to arrange for your free consultation.