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Legal Information: Hawaii
711-1106.4 Aggravated harassment by stalking
(1) A person commits the offense of aggravated harassment by stalking if that person commits the offense of harassment by stalking as provided in section 711-1106.5 and has been convicted previously of harassment by stalking under section 711-1106.5 within five years of the instant offense.
(2) Aggravated harassment by stalking is a class C felony.
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