1. By threatening another with a weapon, or by drawing a weapon in a
quarrel, unless it be in lawful self-defense.
2. By orally threatening another, in the heat of anger, with some harm
constituting a crime, without persisting in the idea involved in the
3. By orally threatening another with harm not constituting a felony.
No demand for money or condition involved.
Threat is not deliberate.
Under the first type, the subsequent acts of the offender must show
that he did not persist in the idea involved in the threat.
If the threats are directed to a person who is absent and uttered in a
temporary fit of anger, the offense is only other light threats.
Threats which are ordinarily grave threats, if made in the heat of anger,
may be other light threats.