Intimidation Laws in Texas

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What does Intimidation mean?

Intimidation means to make fearful or to put into fear. Note: proof of actual fear is not required to establish intimidation. Rather, intimidation can be inferred from conduct, words, or circumstances reasonably calculated to produce a fearful reply.

Intimidation Laws in Texas

What is Intimidation of Witnesses or Victims?

Intimidation of witnesses or victims happens when a person with intent or knowledge that their conduct will obstruct, impede, impair, prevent or interfere with the administration of criminal justice.

The criminalized behavior of intimidation can carry the same penalties as harassment or, in some cases, assault.

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