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The allegation of threat is often made up, exaggerated, or blow out of proportion.
A victim might report the charge out of anger, vindication, or frustration, rather than in response to a genuine concern for safety or property.
Threatening or intimidating is usually charged as class 1 misdemeanor under ARS 13-1202(A)(1).
In rare cases, it’s charged as a class 6 felony if alleged that the defendant made the threat in retaliation to a victim reporting criminal conduct.
Whether your harasser can be prosecuted successfully is secondary to protecting your immediate safety.
Coercion isn't necessarily the legally significant behavior here - it's the intimidation itself that may violate the law.
Under Arizona’s Threatening or Intimidating Statute, it’s a crime to threaten or intimidate violence; it’s also illegal to threaten serious property damage.
"As with any legal question, the answer is "it depends." Here, the dependent variables are the law in your jurisdiction and your neighbor's exact behavior.It is not necessary to prove that the behavior was so violent as to cause mean terror or that the victim was actually frightened.