Wyoming Stalking Laws
|Stalking Defined as||With intent to harass, conduct was likely to harass by communication, following, placing under surveillance, or otherwise harassing|
|Punishment/Classification||Misdemeanor: jail maximum 6 months and/or fine maximum $750. If caused serious bodily harm or violates probation, parole or bail or violates temporary or permanent protective order: felony stalking: jail maximum 10 years. If acts occurred within 5 years of prior conviction, and if caused serious bodily harm or violates probation, parole or bail or violates temporary or permanent protective order: felony stalking: jail maximum 10 years|
|Penalty for Repeat Offense||If within 5 years: felony stalking: jail maximum 10 years|
|Arrest or Restraining Order Specifically Authorized by Statute?||-|
|Constitutionally Protected Activities Exempted?||Yes, lawful demonstration, assembly or picketing|
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