Arizona law threatening and intimidating
(6) Absent himself from any proceeding or investigation to which he has been legally summoned.
Intimidation (also called cowing) is intentional behavior that "would cause a person of ordinary sensibilities" to fear injury or harm.
Intimidation of witnesses or victims happens when a person, with the intent to or with the knowledge that his/her conduct will obstruct, impede, impair, prevent or interfere with the administration of criminal justice, intimidates or attempts to intimidate any witness or victim to: (1) Refrain from informing or reporting to any law enforcement officer, prosecuting official or judge concerning any information, document or thing relating to the commission of a crime.
§ 13-1202.) An example of the second type of threat and intimidation would occur where a person tweeted that there was a bomb threat at the local airport, causing evacuation of the facility and flight delays. The penalty for misdemeanor harassment is a maximum sentence of six months in jail, a fine of ,500, or both.
§ 13-2921.01.) The penalty a person convicted of any type of bullying in Arizona depends upon the degree of offense charged.
§ § 13-707, 13-802.) The penalty for misdemeanor threatening or intimidating conduct is a maximum sentence of six months, a fine of ,500, or both.
§ § 13-707, 13-802.) The penalty for felony aggravated harassment is a sentence of a minimum of six months and a maximum of two years in prison, a fine of 0,000, or both. It is not necessary to prove that the behavior was so violent as to cause mean terror or that the victim was actually frightened.