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The other statutes require that the person accused actually threatened or intimidated the witness.
One option is for the defendant and the witnesses to be very careful about discussing case strategy and testimony.
Here are some key examples of what witness intimidation: Dissuading a Witness from Testifying Intimidating a witness can work in many criminals' favor, but one of its most pernicious effects is to keep key witnesses from testifying in criminal court. For example, in California, dissuading a witnesses occurs when someone: In one notable example, "Girls Gone Wild" creator Joe Francis was found guilty of dissuading a witness after he lured several women to his apartment, trapped them there, and then attacked one to convince her that filing a police report was a bad idea.
Narrowing Down Intimidation Witness intimidation doesn't necessarily need to be accompanied by force; victims of witness intimidation have been harassed on Facebook by culprits using threatening words about "rats" and testifying.
Without that intent, there is no criminal intimidation.
Consider this: A particularly scary mugger would not be charged with intimidating a witness merely for making the victim apprehensive of reporting the crime; the mugger would need to have the intent to dissuade his victim from reporting the crime.