22-19A-1 Stalking as a misdemeanor--Second offense a felony.
Stalking as a misdemeanor--Second offense a felony.
No person may:
Willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follow or harass another person;
Make a credible threat to another person with the intent to place that person in reasonable
fear of death or great bodily injury; or
Willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly harass another person by means of any verbal,
electronic, digital media, mechanical, telegraphic, or written communication.
A violation of this section constitutes the crime of stalking. Stalking is a Class 1 misdemeanor.
However, any second or subsequent conviction occurring within ten years of a prior conviction under
this section is a Class 6 felony.
Source: SL 1992, ch 162, § 1; SL 1993, ch 176, § 1; SL 1997, ch 132, § 1; SL 2001, ch 112, § 1;
SL 2002, ch 109, § 5; SL 2006, ch 120, § 1.