Cyber Stalking Charges

Cyber stalking charges are charges for the act of using the internet or email to stalk a victim. Stalking is defined as conduct directed towards a target (the victim) by a person (the stalker) with the intent the victim will regard the conduct as a threat of bodily injury or death.

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Harassment Charges

Harassment charges are misdemeanors in most states, but that classification does not negate the seriousness of a harassment charge. Anyone charged with harassment should understand what is considered harassment, how harassment charges are filed, and the consequences of a harassment conviction before accepting a plea bargain.

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Aggravated Stalking

Aggravated stalking is a felony charge that can carry all of the same consequences and penalties as a regular felony offense.

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Criminal Threats

Criminal threats are words that are spoken with the intent to terrorize or threaten another person or group of people. Even though the Constitution guarantees the right to free speech, including venting negative comments, the right to free speech does not extend to criminal threats. If a person is reckless about the impact of his threats on other people, he could be charged with a misdemeanor or felony level offense called criminal threat. Read on to learn more about how states charge the offense of criminal threat and the punishment ranges of a conviction for making criminal threats.

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Stalking Charges

Stalking is a criminal offense that involves following, harassment, and intimidation of another person. Stalking can be committed by a group or individual. An act of stalking may involve the commission of an additional criminal offense such as identity theft, sexual assault, and vandalism.

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Terroristic Threats

A terroristic threat is when a person threatens to commit any crime of violence against another person with the intent to terrorize.

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