Menacing

There are three degrees of Menacing. The degree is determined by elements such as the duration of the conduct, weather a weapon is used, whether an order of protection is in effect, and whether there is an earlier conviction.

Intentionally placing or attempting to place another person in fear of physical injury or death.

  • Intentionally placing someone in fear of physical injury or death by displaying a weapon,
  • Repeatedly following someone or committing acts over a period of time that intentionally place someone in fear of physical injury or death, or
  • Committing the crime of Menacing in the Third Degree in violation of an order of protection.
  • Committing the offense of Menacing in the Second Degree after having been convicted of Menacing in the Second Degree within the preceding 10 years.
 
 

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