The Court determined that employees who are terminated from employment for absence due to incarceration, and are later convicted of a crime, are not eligible for unemployment benefits. These employees are contrasted with those who are incarcerated, but remained incarcerated due to indigence, or were not convicted due to unsupported charges. The latter group may be eligible for unemployment benefits.
Coggeshall, Michael, "State, Emp’t. Sec. Div. v. Murphy, 132 Nev. Adv. Op. 18 (Dec. 17, 2015)" (2015). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 972.