Arkansas Code Title 5. Criminal Offenses § 5-53-114. Intimidating juror, witness, or informant

(a) A person commits the offense of intimidating a juror, a witness, or an informant if he or she threatens a juror, a witness, or an informant with the purpose of influencing the juror's vote or decision or the witness's or informant's statement or testimony.

(b) Intimidating a juror, a witness, or an informant is a Class C felony.

(c) “Informant” means a person who provides information to any law enforcement agency in an effort to assist the law enforcement agency in solving crimes and apprehending persons suspected of criminal offenses.

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