CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY
Negligent operation of vehicle.
Negligent handling of burning material.
Unsafe burning of buildings.
Interfering with fire fighting.
Endangering safety by use of dangerous weapon.
Disarming a peace officer.
Carrying concealed weapon.
Carrying firearm in public building.
Carrying handgun where alcohol beverages may be sold and consumed.
Possession of switchblade knife.
Manufacturer to register machine guns.
Machine guns and other weapons; use in certain cases; penalty.
Possession of short-barreled shotgun or short-barreled rifle.
Possession of a firearm.
Possession of body armor.
Possession of electric weapon.
Use or possession of a handgun and an armor-piercing bullet during crime.
Restrictions on use of facsimile firearms.
Sale or distribution of imitation firearms.
Restrictions on the use of laser pointers.
OTHER DANGEROUS INSTRUMENTALITIES
Recklessly endangering safety.
Possession of explosives.
Possession, distribution or delivery of nitrous oxide.
Abuse of hazardous substance.
Administering dangerous or stupefying drug.
Placing foreign objects in edibles.
Tampering with household products.
Fluoroscopic shoe-fitting machines.
Emergency telephone calls.
Fraudulent tapping of electric wires or gas or water meters or pipes.
Obstructing emergency or rescue personnel.
Throwing or discharging bodily fluids at public safety workers.
Criminal gang member solicitation and contact.
Victim, witness, or co-actor contact.
Injury to wires by removal of building, etc.; tampering with telecommunication or electric wires.
Ch. 941 Cross-reference
See definitions in s. 939.22
Negligent operation of vehicle. 941.01(1)
Whoever endangers another's safety by a high degree of negligence in the operation of a vehicle, not upon a highway as defined in s. 340.01
, is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.
Upon conviction under sub. (1)
, no revocation or suspension of an operator's license may follow.
History: 1977 c. 173
; 1987 a. 399