1. A court may, in addition to imposing the penalties set forth in NRS 193.130, order a person who is convicted of, or who pleads guilty, guilty but mentally ill
or nolo contendere to, insurance fraud to pay:
(a) Court costs; and
(b) The cost of the investigation and prosecution of the insurance fraud for which
the person was convicted or to which the person pleaded guilty, guilty but mentally
ill or nolo contendere.
2. Any money received by the Attorney General pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection
1 must be accounted for separately and used to pay the expenses of the Fraud Control
Unit for Insurance established pursuant to NRS 228.412, and is hereby authorized for expenditure for that purpose. The money in the account does not revert to the State General Fund at the end of
any fiscal year and must be carried forward to the next fiscal year.
3. An insurer or other organization, or any other person, subject to the jurisdiction
of the Commissioner pursuant to this title shall be deemed to be a victim for the
purposes of restitution in a case that involves insurance fraud or that is related
to a claim of insurance fraud.
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