Stalking Charges

Stalking charges can be classified as either a federal or state crime. Generally, the definition of stalking requires an action that involves knowing or willful behavior and a credible threat to another person. Stalking can be a misdemeanor or felony, depending on what action the offender has taken against the victim. A charge of stalking can affect employment, housing, the disposition of other civil and criminal cases, and child custody arrangements. For more legal help with stalking charges, use the free tool below.

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UPDATED: Jul 15, 2021

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