Nevada Stalking Laws
|Code Section||200.575 et seq.|
|Stalking Defined as||Willful or malicious conduct that causes reasonable person to feel terrorized, frightened, intimidated, or harassed and actually causes victim to feel such.|
|Punishment/Classification||Misdemeanor. Aggravated stalking: (A) stalking with threats of death or bodily harm: Class B felony, jail minimum 2 year or maximum 15 years and fine maximum $5,000|
|Penalty for Repeat Offense||Gross misdemeanor|
|Arrest or Restraining Order Specifically Authorized by Statute?||Restraining order issued upon filing of petition|
|Constitutionally Protected Activities Exempted?||Yes, including picketing; activities of reporters, photographers, and cameramen; free speech and assembly|
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