After a year there is little to be concerned about.
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I agree with counsel that enough time has passed that you're probably in the clear although that could change if it were to recur.
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Prank calls are covered under 653m of the Penal Code and are misdemeanors. The statute if limitations is one year, so it's probably behind you now. Don't start back up though.
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