Alaska Stalking Laws
|Code Section||11.41.260 & .270|
|Stalking Defined as||Knowingly engage in course of conduct that recklessly places another in fear of death or physical injury or in fear of death or physical injury of a family member|
|Punishment/Classification||Stalking in the 1st degree (Class C felony) requires stalking plus violation of an order, probation, parole; victim under 16 years old, use of a deadly weapon, or previous conviction. Stalking in the 2nd degree is a Class A misdemeanor|
|Penalty for Repeat Offense||-|
|Arrest or Restraining Order Specifically Authorized by Statute?||-|
|Constitutionally Protected Activities Exempted?||-|
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