1. First offense stalking felony laws include Ala. Code 13A-6-90, 91; Alaska Stat. 11.41.260 (weapon, minor, or order violation); Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann. 13-2923; Ark. Code Ann. 5-71-229; Cal. Penal Code 646.9 (discretionary charging with prosecutor); Colo. Rev. Stat. 18-9-111 (4), (5); Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. 53a-181c (order violation or minor); Del. Code Ann. tit. 11 1312A; Fla. Stat. Ann. 784.048 (threat or order violation); Ga. Code Ann. 16-5-91 (order violation); 720 ILCS 5/12-7.3, 7.4; Ind. Code Ann. 35-45-10-5; Iowa Code Ann. 708.11 (order violation, weapon, or minor); Kan. Stat. Ann. 21-3438; Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. 508.130, .140, .150 (order violation or weapon); La. Rev. Stat. Ann. 14:40.2 (B)(3) (order violation); Md. Ann. Code art. 27 124 (5 year misdemeanor); Mass. Gen. Laws Ann. ch. 265 43; Mich. Stat. Ann. 28.643(9)(3) (threat or order violation); Minn. Stat. Ann. 609.749 (5); Mo. Rev. Stat. 565.225 (5); Nev. Rev. Stat. 200.575 (2)(a), (3)(a); N.J. Stat. Ann. 2C:12-10 (c), (e) (order violation or while under supervision); N.M. Stat. Ann. 30-3A-3, 3.1 (order violation, weapon, or minor); N.Y. Penal L. 120.40- 120.60; N.D. Cent. Code 12.1-17-07.1 (6)(a)(2) (order violation); Ohio Rev. Code Ann. 2903.211 (B)(2) (made threat, weapon use, history of violence with victim, order violation, damage to property of victim, trespass)); Okla. Stat. tit. 21 1173 (order violation); 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. Ann. 2709 (c)(2)(ii); S.C. Code Ann. 16-3-1720 (B), 1730 (order violation or violence); S.D. Codified Laws Ann. 22-19A-2 (order violation); Utah Code Ann. 76-5-106.5 (5) (weapon); Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 13 1061-63; Wash. Rev. Code Ann. 9A.46.110 (5)(b) (order violation, weapon or special victim); Wisc. Stat. Ann. 940.32 (3) (with bodily injury); Wyo. Stat. 6-2-506 (e) (bodily injury or order violation). One difficulty in comparing crime gradings is the lack of uniformity among the state stalking laws in defining stalking. While most states require a threat to be made as an element of the crime, not all do so. In a few states, the term stalking encompasses both types of stalking, with non-threatening stalking a misdemeanor and the same behavior with a threat to be aggravated stalking, a felony. See, Fla. Stat. Ann. 784.048; Mo. Rev. Stat. 565.225; Nev. Rev. Stat. 200.575; Ohio Rev. Code Ann. 2903.211. Also compare Mich. Comp. L. 750.411h (stalking) with 750.411I (aggravated stalking).