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Legal Information: Oregon
What is the punishment for violating a stalking protection order?
Violating a stalking protection order is a Class A misdemeanor. It is a Class C felony if the stalker violates the stalking protection order and has previously been convicted for:
- stalking; or
- violating a stalking protection order.1
The possible punishment for a Class A misdemeanor is:
- a $6,250 fine;
- 1 year in jail; or
The possible punishment for a Class C felony is:
- $125,000 fine;
- 5 years in jail; or
1 O.R.S. § 163.750(1), (2)
2 O.R.S. §§ 161.615(a), 161.635(a)
3 O.R.S. §§ 161.605(3), 161.625(1)(d)
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