Domestic Violence 1st 13A-6-130
• 13A-6-20 Assault 1st
• 13A-6-91 Aggravated Stalking
• 13A-7-5 Burglary 1st

Domestic Violence 2nd 13A-6-131
• 13A-6-21 Assault 2nd
• 13A-10-123 Intimidating a Witness
• 13A-6-90 Stalking
• 13A-7-6, 13A-7-7 Burglary 2nd or 3rd
• 13A-7-21 Criminal Mischief 1st

Domestic Violence 3rd 13A-6-132 
• 13A-6-22 Assault 3rd
• 13A-6-23 Menacing
• 13A-6-24 Reckless Endangerment
• 13A-6-25 Criminal Coercion
• 13A-11-8(a) (only (a) applies) Harassment
• 13A-11-32 Criminal Surveillance
• 13A-11-8(b) (only (b) applies) Harassing Communications
• 13A-7-4 Criminal Trespass 3rd
• 13A-7-22, 13A-7-23 Criminal Mischief 3rd or 2nd
• 13A-7-43 Arson 3rd

3rd or subsequent conviction is C Felony 

If the defendant has a previous conviction for domestic violence in the first degree pursuant to Section 13A-6-130, domestic violence in the second degree pursuant to Section 13A-6-131, domestic violence by strangulation or suffocation pursuant to Section 13A-6-138,

or a domestic violence conviction or other substantially similar conviction from another state or jurisdiction, a conviction under subsection (a) is a Class C felony.

• Commits an assault with intent to cause physical harm
• 13A-6-23 Menacing (includes attempt)
• By strangulation or suffocation or attempted strangulation or
suffocation

Knowingly commits any act prohibited by a domestic violence
protection order or willfully fails to abide by any term of a domestic
violence protection order.

(1) DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTION ORDER. A domestic violence protection order is any protection from abuse order issued pursuant to the Protection from Abuse Act, Sections 30-5-1 to 30-5-11, inclusive. The term includes the following:
a. A restraining order, injunctive order, or order of release from custody which has been issued in a circuit, district, municipal, or juvenile court in a domestic relations or family violence case;
b. An order issued by the municipal, district, or circuit court which places conditions on the pre-trial release on defendants in criminal cases, including provisions of bail pursuant to Section 15-13-190;
c. An order issued by another state or territory which may be enforced under Sections 30-5B-1 through 30-5B-10. Restraining or protection orders not issued pursuant to the Protection From Abuse Act, Sections 30-5-1 to 30-5-11, inclusive, must specify that a history of violence or abuse exists for the provisions of this chapter to apply.
(2) VIOLATION. The knowing commission of any act prohibited by a domestic violence protection order or any willful failure to abide by its terms.