Nevada High Court Affirms Conviction For Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses

Mealey's (April 18, 2016, 9:56 AM EDT) -- CARSON CITY, Nev. — A Nevada Supreme Court panel on April 14 refused to vacate a man’s conviction for obtaining money under false pretenses after ruling that the state presented sufficient evidence to show that the defendant had his girlfriend use his Social Security number to submit claims for unemployment (Joshua Ephraim Jones v. State of Nevada, No. 67976, Nev. Sup.; 2016 Nev. LEXIS 298).

(Order available. Document #20-160520-001R.)

A panel of Nevada Supreme Court Justices Michael L. Douglas, Michael A. Cherry and Mark Gibbons also...
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