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Legal Information: Connecticut
Updated: October 29, 2020
§ 53a-181c. Stalking in the first degree: Class D felony
(a) A person is guilty of stalking in the first degree when such person commits stalking in the second degree as provided in section 53a-181d and (1) such person has previously been convicted of a violation of section 53a-181d, or (2) such conduct violates a court order in effect at the time of the offense, or (3) the other person is under sixteen years of age.
(b) Stalking in the first degree is a class D felony.
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