Stalking is when someone intentionally, maliciously, and repeatedly follows, harasses or cyberstalks you. Harassment occurs with a series of events over a period of time and causes you substantial emotional distress. Cyberstalking is a series of events that communicate words or images through e-mail or other electronic means and causes you substantial emotional distress.
Sending unwanted flowers or non-threatening letters or cards are not sufficient to constitute stalking. Destroying property or harming family pets are examples of what probably would qualify.
To obtain or fight a stalking injunction, there are several steps you need to take.
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