Stalking Lawyer in Clinton North Carolina

Stalking is a crime of strength, power, and control. Simply explained, it’s a process that consists of a course of conduct aimed at any person. It involves a repeated process of visual and physical accessibility. It also involves verbal or written threats or a combination that causes fear in the victim. Stalking behavior may also include constant patterns of sending unwanted messages or items to the victim that may be romantic or awkward. The stalker does this to damage or threatens to damage the victim’s property or harassing them through the internet, or spreading false rumors about them. If you are a victim of stalking contact our experienced lawyers at 910-379-4688.

Stalking can be done to a person via electronic media like phones, cameras, computers, or the internet. It is the use of technology that is similar to real-life stalking. It involves the harassment or contacting the victim in an unlikely manner via the internet or email. In cyberstalking, the stalker targets their personal chat rooms by sending spam images or messages to threaten them. A cyberstalker may also take the victim’s identity and post false information on social media to defame them. They also threaten the victim via courier mails, phone calls, or by physically appearing at their workplace or home.

What To Do If Being Stalked:

-If you feel endangered, then call 911. Find a safe place to hide if being followed. Get to a friend’s house, police station, or a domestic violence refuge. 
-File a complaint with the police and contact a lawyer.
-Get a restraining order which tells the stalker to stay away and not to contact you again.
-Keep evidence such as voice messages, images, and videos.
-Seek help from domestic violence refuges and counseling services. Keep their contacts on your phone in case you need them.
-Always take your cell phone with you so you can call for help.
-Secure your home with alarms, motion-sensitive lights, and locks.

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