A person is guilty of terrorizing if that person in fact communicates to any person
a threat to commit or to cause to be committed a crime of violence dangerous to human
life, against the person to whom the communication is made or another, and the natural
and probable consequence of such a threat, whether or not such consequence in fact
A. To place the person to whom the threat is communicated or the person threatened
in reasonable fear that the crime will be committed. Violation of this paragraph
is a Class D crime; or [2001, c. 383, §11 (AMD); 2001, c. 383, §156 (AFF).]
B. To cause evacuation of a building, place of assembly or facility of public transport
or to cause the occupants of a building to be moved to or required to remain in a
designated secured area. Violation of this paragraph is a Class C crime. [2001, c. 383, §11 (AMD); 2001, c. 383, §156 (AFF).]
2003, c. 143, §4 (AMD)
2001, c. 383, §156 (AFF);
2001, c. 383, §11 (RP)
1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW).
1977, c. 510, §45 (AMD).
1977, c. 671, §§23,24 (AMD).
1999, c. 433, §1 (AMD).
2001, c. 383, §11 (AMD).
2001, c. 383, §156 (AFF).
2003, c. 143, §4 (AMD).
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