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A.R. Khan Pleads Guilty to Attempted Battery with Substantial Bodily Harm

A.R. Khan has plead guilty to attempted battery with substantial bodily harm, a Category D Felony/Gross Misdemeanor under the Nevada laws.  

As per the plea deal, the State has no opposition to probation with the conditions of a mental health evaluation, and a substance abuse evaluation with Khan to complete any recommended follow-up treatment.  Khan has agreed to have no contact with the victim during the pendency of the case.  Further, if Khan successfully completes probation and is honorably discharged, then he may withdraw his plea and plead guilty to a Gross Misdemeanor charge with credit for time served. 

In case Khan fails to interview with the Department of Parole and Probation or fail to appear in any subsequent hearings in the case, the State will have the unqualified right to argue for any legal sentence and term of confinement, including the use of any prior convictions.  If the Court elects to treat this offense as a felony, Khan may be imprisoned in the NV Department of Corrections for a minimum term of not less than one year and a maximum term of not more than four years.

Khan’s sentencing is set for October, 2022.

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