Antigua and Barbuda

The Small Charges Act criminalizes blasphemous language.

Article 9 (“Abuse and bad language”) of the Small Charges Act reads:

Any person who makes use of any abusive, blasphemous, indecent, insulting, profane or threatening language-

(a) in any public place; or

(b) in any place to the annoyance of the public; or

(c) tending to a breach of the peace;

shall be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one month.

Though it remains on statute, as of 2017, the US International Religious Freedom Report maintains that the law is not enforced for blasphemy.