2017 Arkansas Code
Title 5 - Criminal Offenses
Subtitle 2 - Offenses Against the Person
Chapter 13 - Assault and Battery
Subchapter 3 - Terroristic Threats and Acts
§ 5-13-310. Terroristic act
- (a) A person commits a terroristic act if, while not in the commission of a lawful act, the person:
- (1) Shoots at or in any manner projects an object at a conveyance which is being operated or which is occupied by another person with the purpose to cause injury to another person or damage to property; or
- (2) Shoots at an occupiable structure with the purpose to cause injury to a person or damage to property.
- (1) Upon conviction, any person who commits a terroristic act is guilty of a Class B felony.
- (2) Upon conviction, any person who commits a terroristic act is guilty of a Class Y felony if the person with the purpose of causing physical injury to another person causes serious physical injury or death to any person.
- (c) This section does not repeal any law or part of a law in conflict with this section, but is supplemental to the law or part of a law in conflict.
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