Stalking is a felony in the third degree (up to 10 years prison).  On second conviction, it is a felony of the second degree (up to 20 years).  Stalking is the act of engaging in conduct that the other person will regard as threatening of bodily injury or death, or threatening the same against the victim’s family member or property. Texas Penal Code, Section 42.072.

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