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All That You Should Know About Stalking

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All That You Should Know About Stalking

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  1. All That You Should Know About Stalking 1 out of every 6 women has experienced stalking in some way or the other. In addition to this scary stat, it is also noted that persons aged 18-24 years experience the highest rate of stalking. To be honest, the 1 out of 6 is just an official figure. If we take into account of the experiences which are not documented, it might be way higher than that. In the wake of the recent #metoo campaign, several women came out and shared their experiences all over the world. A simple search of #metoo will show up several harrowing experiences. If you are a man, the stats for you are 1 in 19, BTW. In case you are a little too oblivious about the impending danger, just ask a close person of the opposite gender and you have a firsthand experience that will most certainly come to be heartbreaking. So, what is stalking and what are the laws around it? How can a Harris County criminal defense attorney help in this case? As it turns out, there’s a lot to it. This blog is the first part of a series of blogs on stalking. What is Stalking? As per the Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center (SAPAC) of the University of Michigan, “Stalking is defined as a willful course of conduct involving repeated or continuing harassment made against the expressed wishes of another individual, which causes that individual to feel emotional distress including fear, harassment, intimidation or apprehension.” Stalking is perilous for the victim and punishable by law and the stories we have heard testify the same.

  2. Who can be a stalker? The short answer to that is anyone. Literally, anyone with an obsession can turn out to be a stalker. Anyone from an unknown person, an acquaintance, a former partner to your unassuming boy next door can be a stalker. The stalkers try to control the victim through several intimidating behavioral attributes. The state of mind can be anything from obsessive love to obsessive hate for a stalker. They might just follow the victim for days and weeks on and off. As per the Texas Attorney General, “A stalking victim feels a reasonable fear of bodily injury or death to self or to a family or household member or damage to property. Stalking can be perpetrated by the stalker or by someone acting on her/his behalf. Stalking can take the form of verbal threats or threats conveyed by the stalker's conduct, threatening mail, property damage, surveillance of the victim, or by following the victim.” Role of a Harris County criminal defense attorney A Harris County criminal defense attorney can help you in ways more than one when it comes to stalking. In case you are reporting of being stalked, the legal matters will need an experienced attorney to bring light to the justice. Moreover, the emotional consolation and sense of assurance of the legal department doubles up as a confidence booster. Source Link: http://www.criminaldefenselawyerhere.com/

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