Stalking

A person commits stalking if they knowingly make a credible threat to another person and, in connection with the threat, repeatedly follow, approach, contact, or place under surveillance that person, that person’s family, or someone with whom that person has a relationship.

A person also commits stalking if they make a credible threat to another person and, in connection with the threat, repeatedly make any form of communication with that person, that person’s family, or someone with whom that person has a relationship.

Credible threat means a threat, physical action, or repeated conduct that would cause a reasonable person to be in fear for their safety or the safety of their family or of someone with whom they have a relationship. The threat need not be directly expressed if the totality of the conduct would cause a reasonable person such fear. Stalking is a felony level offense.

- REQUEST A FREE CONSULTATION -

captcha