Stalking Lawyer in Immokalee Florida
Stalking is a very serious problem if you are accused since it can be considered a felony and misdemeanor. It doesn’t only ruin your reputation but also leads you to face charges by the law. If someone has accused you of stalking, you need to take it seriously and get help. An accusation of stalking if proved in court can lead you to serve in prison and also pay a large fine. All of the 50 states in the US have criminal laws for stalking. If you are a victim of stalking or have been charged wrongfully with stalking charges call us in Immokalee Florida at (239) 682-8055.
What is Stalking?
Now you might want to know what comes under the term stalking. Below is written what law defines stalking as:
-If someone feels genuine fear of death or serious bodily injury to himself/herself, their family members by your actions.
-If your intention is to harm, kill, scare, harass the victim.
-If you secretly take photographs of the victim.
-If you follow the victim.
-If you damage their property, vehicle.
-If you cause or endeavor to cause, or your actions suggest that you might cause trouble or emotional distress to the victim by your actions.
-If you intend to put the victim under your observation so you could harm, murder, or threaten them.
What To Do?
After being aware of which actions are considered stalking, if you face yourself being accused of stalking, below are the things you should do and not do:
-Don’t have any conversation with the law officials or the investigators of the case without your attorney’s presence.
-Don’t try to contact the victim for anything, not even the case.
-Don’t give anything to the officials even if it is some evidence that you believe will prove you innocent. -Contact your attorney and consult with them before doing any of it.