New York Penal Law (criminal code) relating to harassment, Disorderly conduct, Criminal anarchy, etc CPL 240

S 240.15 Criminal anarchy.
  A person is guilty of criminal anarchy when (a) he advocates the
overthrow of the existing form of government of this state by violence,
or (b) with knowledge of its contents, he publishes, sells or
distributes any document which advocates such violent overthrow, or (c)
with knowledge of its purpose, he becomes a member of any organization
which advocates such violent overthrow.
  Criminal anarchy is a class E felony.

S 240.10 Unlawful assembly.
  A person is guilty of unlawful assembly when he assembles with four or
more other persons for the purpose of engaging or preparing to engage
with them in tumultuous and violent conduct likely to cause public
alarm, or when, being present at an assembly which either has or
develops such purpose, he remains there with intent to advance that
purpose.
  Unlawful assembly is a class B misdemeanor.
S 240.08 Inciting to riot.
  A person is guilty of inciting to riot when he urges ten or more
persons to engage in tumultuous and violent conduct of a kind likely to
create public alarm.
  Inciting to riot is a class A misdemeanor.
S 240.20 Disorderly conduct.
  A person is guilty of disorderly conduct when, with intent to cause
public inconvenience, annoyance or alarm, or recklessly creating a risk
thereof:
  1. He engages in fighting or in violent, tumultuous or threatening
behavior; or
  2. He makes unreasonable noise; or
  3. In a public place, he uses abusive or obscene language, or makes an
obscene gesture; or
  4. Without lawful authority, he disturbs any lawful assembly or
meeting of persons; or
  5. He obstructs vehicular or pedestrian traffic; or
  6. He congregates with other persons in a public place and refuses to
comply with a lawful order of the police to disperse; or
  7. He creates a hazardous or physically offensive condition by any act
which serves no legitimate purpose.
  Disorderly conduct is a violation.

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Harassment
S 240.25 Harassment in the first degree.
  A person is guilty of harassment in the first degree when he or she
intentionally and repeatedly harasses another person by following such
person in or about a public place or places or by engaging in a course
of conduct or by repeatedly committing acts which places such person in
reasonable fear of physical injury.

This section shall not apply to activities regulated by the national labor relations act, as amended, the railway labor act, as amended, or the federal employment labor management act, as amended. Harassment in the first degree is a class B misdemeanor.

S 240.26 Harassment in the second degree.

A person is guilty of harassment in the second degree when, with intent to harass, annoy or alarm another person: 1. He or she strikes, shoves, kicks or otherwise subjects such other person to physical contact, or attempts or threatens to do the same; or 2. He or she follows a person in or about a public place or places; or 3. He or she engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly commits acts which alarm or seriously annoy such other person and which serve no legitimate purpose. Subdivisions two and three of this section shall not apply to activities regulated by the national labor relations act, as amended, the railway labor act, as amended, or the federal employment labor management act, as amended.

Harassment in the second degree is a violation.

S 240.30 Aggravated harassment in the second degree.

A person is guilty of aggravated harassment in the second degree when, with intent to harass, annoy, threaten or alarm another person, he or she:

  • 1. Either (a) communicates with a person, anonymously or otherwise, by telephone, or by telegraph, mail or any other form of written communication, in a manner likely to cause annoyance or alarm; or
  • (b) causes a communication to be initiated by mechanical or electronic means or otherwise with a person, anonymously or otherwise, by telephone, or by telegraph, mail or any other form of written communication, in a manner likely to cause annoyance or alarm; or
  • 2. Makes a telephone call, whether or not a conversation ensues, with no purpose of legitimate communication; or
  • 3. Strikes, shoves, kicks, or otherwise subjects another person to physical contact, or attempts or threatens to do the same because of a belief or perception regarding such person`s race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, religion, religious practice, age, disability or sexual orientation, regardless of whether the belief or perception is correct; or
  • 4. Commits the crime of harassment in the first degree and has previously been convicted of the crime of harassment in the first degree as defined by
  • section 240.25 of this article within the preceding ten years.
  • 5. For the purposes of subdivision one of this section, “form of written communication” shall include, but not be limited to, a recording as defined in subdivision six of section 275.00 of this part. Aggravated harassment in the second degree is a class A misdemeanor.

S 240.31 Aggravated harassment in the first degree.

  • A person is guilty of aggravated harassment in the first degree when with intent to harass, annoy, threaten or alarm another person, because of a belief or perception regarding such person`s race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, religion, religious practice, age, disability or sexual orientation, regardless of whether the belief or perception is correct, he or she:
  • 1. Damages premises primarily used for religious purposes, or acquired pursuant to section six of the religious corporation law and maintained for purposes of religious instruction, and the damage to the premises exceeds fifty dollars; or
  • 2. Commits the crime of aggravated harassment in the second degree in the manner proscribed by the provisions of subdivision three of
  • section 240.30 of this article and has been previously convicted of the crime of aggravated harassment in the second degree for the commission of conduct proscribed by the provisions of subdivision three of
  • section 240.30 or he has been previously convicted of the crime of aggravated harassment in the first degree within the preceding ten years.
  • 3. Etches, paints, draws upon or otherwise places a swastika, commonly exhibited as the emblem of Nazi Germany, on any building or other real property, public or private, owned by any person, firm or corporation or any public agency or instrumentality, without express permission of the owner or operator of such building or real property;
  • 4. Sets on fire a cross in public view; or
  • 5. Etches, paints, draws upon or otherwise places or displays a noose, commonly exhibited as a symbol of racism and intimidation, on any building or other real property, public or private, owned by any person, firm or corporation or any public agency or instrumentality, without express permission of the owner or operator of such building or real property. Aggravated harassment in the first degree is a class E felony.

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S 240.40 Appearance in public under the influence of narcotics or a drug other than alcohol.
  A person is guilty of appearance in public under the influence of
narcotics or a drug other than alcohol when he appears in a public place
under the influence of narcotics or a drug other than alcohol to the
degree that he may endanger himself or other persons or property, or
annoy persons in his vicinity.
  Appearance in public under the influence of narcotics or a drug other than
 alcohol is a violation.

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S 240.35 Loitering.
  A person is guilty of loitering when he:
  2.  Loiters  or  remains in a public place for the purpose of gambling
with cards, dice or other gambling paraphernalia; or
  4. Being masked or in any manner disguised  by  unusual  or  unnatural
attire or facial alteration, loiters, remains or congregates in a public
place with other persons so masked or disguised, or knowingly permits or
aids  persons  so  masked  or disguised to congregate in a public place;
except that such conduct is not unlawful when it  occurs  in  connection
with   a   masquerade   party   or  like  entertainment  if,  when  such
entertainment is held in a city which  has  promulgated  regulations  in
connection  with  such  affairs,  permission  is first obtained from the
police or other appropriate authorities; or
  5. Loiters or remains  in  or  about  school  grounds,  a  college  or
university building or grounds or a children's overnight camp as defined
in  section  one  thousand three hundred ninety-two of the public health
law or a summer day camp  as  defined  in  section  one  thousand  three
hundred  ninety-two  of the public health law, or loiters, remains in or
enters a school bus as defined in section one hundred forty-two  of  the
vehicle and traffic law, not having any reason or relationship involving
custody  of  or  responsibility  for  a  pupil  or student, or any other
specific, legitimate reason for being  there,  and  not  having  written
permission  from  anyone  authorized  to  grant  the  same or loiters or
remains in or about such children's overnight camp or summer day camp in
violation of conspicuously posted rules or regulations  governing  entry
and use thereof; or
  6.   Loiters   or  remains  in  any  transportation  facility,  unless
specifically authorized to do so,  for  the  purpose  of  soliciting  or
engaging in any business, trade or commercial transactions involving the
sale  of  merchandise  or  services,  or for the purpose of entertaining
persons by singing, dancing or playing any musical instrument; or
  Loitering is a violation.

S 240.36 Loitering in the first degree.
  A person is guilty of loitering in the first degree when he loiters or
remains in any place with one or more persons for the purpose of
unlawfully using or possessing a controlled substance, as defined in
section 220.00 of this chapter.
  Loitering in the first degree is a class B misdemeanor.

S 240.37 Loitering for the purpose of engaging in a prostitution offense.
  1. For the purposes of this section, "public place" means any street,
sidewalk, bridge, alley or alleyway, plaza, park, driveway, parking lot
or transportation facility or the doorways and entrance ways to any
building which fronts on any of the aforesaid places, or a motor vehicle
in or on any such place.
  2. Any person who remains or wanders about in a public place and
repeatedly beckons to, or repeatedly stops, or repeatedly attempts to
stop, or repeatedly attempts to engage passers-by in conversation, or
repeatedly stops or attempts to stop motor vehicles, or repeatedly
interferes with the free passage of other persons, for the purpose of
prostitution, or of patronizing a prostitute as those terms are defined
in article two hundred thirty of the penal law, shall be guilty of a
violation and is guilty of a class B misdemeanor if such person has
previously been convicted of a violation of this section or of sections
230.00 or 230.05 of the penal law.
  3. Any person who remains or wanders about in a public place and
repeatedly beckons to, or repeatedly stops, or repeatedly attempts to
stop, or repeatedly attempts to engage passers-by in converstion, or
repeatedly stops or attempts to stop motor vehicles, or repeatedly
interferes with the free passage of other persons, for the purpose of
promoting prostitution as defined in article 230 of the
penal law is guilty of a class A misdemeanor.

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S 240.45 Criminal nuisance in the second degree.
  A person is guilty of criminal nuisance in the second degree when:
  1. By conduct either unlawful in itself or unreasonable under all the
circumstances, he knowingly or recklessly creates or maintains a
condition which endangers the safety or health of a considerable number
of persons; or
  2. He knowingly conducts or maintains any premises, place or resort
where persons gather for purposes of engaging in unlawful conduct.
  Criminal nuisance in the second degree is a class B misdemeanor.

S 240.46 Criminal nuisance in the first degree.
  A person is guilty of criminal nuisance in the first degree when he
knowingly conducts or maintains any premises, place or resort where
persons come or gather for purposes of engaging in the unlawful sale of
controlled substances in violation of section 220.39, 220.41, or 220.43
of this chapter, and thereby derives the benefit from such unlawful
conduct.
  Criminal nuisance in the first degree is a class E felony.
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§ 240.75Aggravated family offense.
    1.  A  person  is  guilty  of aggravated family offense when he or she
  commits a misdemeanor defined in subdivision two of this  section  as  a
  specified  offense  and  he  or  she  has  been convicted of one or more
  specified offenses within the immediately preceding five years. For  the
  purposes  of  this subdivision, in calculating the five year period, any
  period of time during which  the  defendant  was  incarcerated  for  any
  reason  between  the  time  of  the  commission  of any of such previous
  offenses and the time of  commission  of  the  present  crime  shall  be
  excluded  and  such  five  year  period shall be extended by a period or
  periods equal to the time served under such incarceration.
    2. A "specified offense" is  an  offense  defined  in  section  120.00
  (assault  in  the  third  degree); section 120.05 (assault in the second
  degree); section 120.10 (assault in the first  degree);  section  120.13
  (menacing  in  the first degree); section 120.14 (menacing in the second
  degree); section 120.15 (menacing in the third degree);  section  120.20
  (reckless  endangerment  in the second degree); section 120.25 (reckless
  endangerment in the first  degree);  section  120.45  (stalking  in  the
  fourth  degree);  section 120.50 (stalking in the third degree); section
  120.55 (stalking in the second degree); section 120.60 (stalking in  the
  first  degree);  section  121.11  (criminal  obstruction of breathing or
  blood circulation); section 121.12 (strangulation in the second degree);
  section 121.13 (strangulation in the first degree); subdivision  one  of
  section 125.15 (manslaughter in the second degree); subdivision one, two
  or  four  of  section 125.20 (manslaughter in the first degree); section
  125.25  (murder  in  the  second   degree);   section   130.20   (sexual
  misconduct);  section 130.30 (rape in the second degree); section 130.35
  (rape in the first degree); section 130.40 (criminal sexual act  in  the
  third  degree);  section  130.45  (criminal  sexual  act  in  the second
  degree); section 130.50 (criminal  sexual  act  in  the  first  degree);
  section  130.52  (forcible  touching); section 130.53 (persistent sexual
  abuse); section 130.55 (sexual  abuse  in  the  third  degree);  section
  130.60 (sexual abuse in the second degree); section 130.65 (sexual abuse
  in  the  first  degree);  section 130.66 (aggravated sexual abuse in the
  third degree); section 130.67 (aggravated sexual  abuse  in  the  second
  degree);  section  130.70 (aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree);
  section 130.91 (sexually motivated felony);  section  130.95  (predatory
  sexual  assault);  section  130.96  (predatory  sexual assault against a
  child); section 135.05 (unlawful imprisonment  in  the  second  degree);
  section  135.10  (unlawful  imprisonment  in  the first degree); section
  135.60 (coercion in the second degree); section 135.65 (coercion in  the
  first  degree);  section  140.20 (burglary in the third degree); section
  140.25 (burglary in the second degree); section 140.30 (burglary in  the
  first  degree); section 145.00 (criminal mischief in the fourth degree);
  section 145.05 (criminal mischief in the third degree);  section  145.10
  (criminal  mischief  in  the  second  degree);  section 145.12 (criminal
  mischief in the first degree); section 145.14 (criminal tampering in the
  third degree); section 215.50 (criminal contempt in the second  degree);
  section  215.51  (criminal contempt in the first degree); section 215.52
  (aggravated criminal contempt); section 240.25 (harassment in the  first
  degree);  subdivision  one,  two  or  four of section 240.30 (aggravated
  harassment in the second degree); aggravated family offense  as  defined
  in  this  section  or  any  attempt  or  conspiracy to commit any of the
  foregoing offenses where the defendant and the person against  whom  the
  offense  was  committed  were members of the same family or household as
  defined in subdivision one of section 530.11 of the  criminal  procedure
  law.
    3.  The person against whom the current specified offense is committed
  may be different from the person against  whom  the  previous  specified
  offense  was committed and such persons do not need to be members of the
  same family or household.
    Aggravated family offense is a class E felony.

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S 240.00 Offenses against public order;
 definitions of terms.
  The following definitions are applicable to this article:
  1. "Public place" means a place to which the public or a substantial
group of persons has access, and includes, but is not limited to,
highways, transportation facilities, schools, places of amusement,
parks, playgrounds, and hallways, lobbies and other portions of
apartment houses and hotels not constituting rooms or apartments
designed for actual residence.
  2. "Transportation facility" means any conveyance, premises or place
used for or in connection with public passenger transportation, whether
by air, railroad, motor vehicle or any other method. It includes
aircraft, watercraft, railroad cars, buses, school buses as defined in
section one hundred forty-two of the vehicle and traffic law, and air,
boat, railroad and bus terminals and stations and all appurtenances
thereto.
  3. "School grounds" means in or on or within any building, structure,
school bus as defined in section one hundred forty-two of the vehicle
and traffic law, athletic playing field, playground or land contained
within the real property boundary line of a public or private
elementary, parochial, intermediate, junior high, vocational or high
school.
  4. "Hazardous substance" shall mean any physical, chemical,
microbiological or radiological substance or matter which, because of
its quantity, concentration, or physical, chemical or infectious
characteristics, may cause or significantly contribute to an increase in
mortality or an increase in serious irreversible or incapacitating
reversible illness, or pose a substantial present or potential hazard to
human health.
  5. "Age" means sixty years old or more.
  6. "Disability" means a physical or mental impairment that
substantially limits a major life activity.

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2 Responses to New York Penal Law (criminal code) relating to harassment, Disorderly conduct, Criminal anarchy, etc CPL 240

  1. Aretha Rambo says:

    Hello, my name is Aretha Rambo. I am a victim of Remote Neural Monitoring, Electronic Harassment in which I am shocked in my body including my virgina and breast. The RNM is done everyday. I am unable to obtain employment nor housing due to false accusations made by the Authorities. I am a victim of a covert investigation that over 30 years old and I am 44 years old. (337) 381-7601 aretha.rambo@gmail.com

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  2. victim says:

    i cant believe that this evil crap has been done to me my life has been stolen from me i dont know really what to do where to go who do i talk to about what has been done to me i am so angry and i know these evil pukes know that i know what they have done to me when i started to figure it out i have been followed they put people in your life to cause you harm and problems the thing that hurts the most is knowing my parents allowed it for all the time it took when i was a child before school age for them to start this programming my parents had to be involved

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