- Criminal Law - Threat of Mass Violence
- Sponsored by
- Senators Lee, Augustine, Elfreth, Ellis, Feldman, Griffith, Hayes, Hough, Kelley, King, Lam, Nathan-Pulliam, Patterson, Pinsky, Rosapepe, Smith, Waldstreicher, Zirkin, Carozza, and Simonaire
- Approved by the Governor - Chapter 31
- Fiscal and Policy Note
Altering a certain prohibition relating to threatening to commit a certain crime of violence in order to prohibit a person from knowingly threatening to commit or threatening to cause to be committed a certain crime of violence that would place five or more people at substantial risk of death or serious physical injury if the threat were carried out; providing that a person who violates the Act is guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction is subject to imprisonment of up to 10 years and a fine not to exceed $10,000 or both; etc.
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