PREDTECTOR wrote:I was wondering... I have ID as a registered guard and was wondering if I was "working" doing executive protection(body guard) for my girlfriend and her/my friends if I would be exempt from the child care fac. law as far as being in a casino?
its a long shot
Quite a long shot, you need to be employed by the child care facility or parent property to be exempt. Again, the strict letter of the law under NRS 202.265
and NRS 202.3673
states it's the property of the child care facility which means the real estate the facility is on. A judge or DA may interpret it to mean the portion of the establishment that has the facility. There's unfortunately quite a bit of ambiguity in the NRS with respect to CCW. Best advice I give everyone is don't be the test case.
Colleges and universities have been known to pop persons for illegal CCW or possession of a firearm in Nevada by just driving through a street where the college or university PD has enforcement jurisdiction. From what I have heard, the DA typically tosses the charge.
Know the law; don't ask, don't tell.
NRA, NV & UT Certified Instructor; CT, FL, ME, NH, NV & UT CCW Holder
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