Hawaii Stalking Laws
|Code Section||711.1106.4 & .5|
|Stalking Defined as||Pursuit or surveillance with intent to harass, annoy, or alarm or in reckless disregard of risk thereof without legitimate purpose and which causes other to reasonably believe actor intends to cause bodily injury or property damage; aggravated stalking, stalking and has been convicted of stalking within 5 yrs. of instant offense|
|Punishment/Classification||Stalking: misdemeanor; Aggravated Stalking: Class C felony|
|Penalty for Repeat Offense||If person harasses another by stalking on one occasion for same/similar purpose, becomes felony. See also definition of aggravated stalking|
|Arrest or Restraining Order Specifically Authorized by Statute?||-|
|Constitutionally Protected Activities Exempted?||-|
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