Wisconsin Stalking Laws
|Stalking Defined as||Actor knows or should know that his intentional conduct causes reasonable person to fear bodily injury to or death of himself or of his immediate family. Acts actually induce such fear|
|Punishment/Classification||Class I felony: Class H felony: if victim is under 18 or stalker gathered information electronically about victim. Class F felony if stalker used a weapon.|
|Penalty for Repeat Offense||If within 7 years and against same victim: Class H felony.|
|Arrest or Restraining Order Specifically Authorized by Statute?||-|
|Constitutionally Protected Activities Exempted?||Yes, freedom of speech and peaceable assembly|
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