3.151 DISTURBING LEGISLATURE OR INTIMIDATING MEMBER.
A person is guilty of a gross misdemeanor who:
(1) willfully disturbs the legislature, or either house of it, while in session;
(2) commits disorderly conduct in the presence and view of either house, tending to interrupt
its proceedings or impair the respect due to its authority; or
(3) willfully, by intimidation or otherwise, prevents a member of the legislature from
attending a session of the member's house, or of a committee of it, or from giving the member's
vote upon a question which may come before the house, or from performing any other official act.
History: (10000) RL s 4815; 1986 c 444; 1988 c 469 art 1 s 1