Stalking in Shelby County Alabama
First degree stalking is a Class C Felony.
Repeated following or harassing someone is considered Stalking. From Code of Alabama 1975
“A person who intentionally and repeatedly follows or harasses another person and who makes a threat, either expressed or implied, with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear of death or serious bodily harm is guilty of the crime of stalking in the first degree.”
If stalking continues after a protective order, then it becomes Aggravated Stalking which is a Class B Felony. Have you been charged with stalking in Shelby County, Al? Contact our Shelby County criminal defense attorney at (205) 475-8048 today.
Stalking in the second degree is a Class B Misdemeanor.
Charges for stalking can range from a misdemeanor to a class B felony. From Code of Alabama 1975
“A person who, acting with an improper purpose, intentionally and repeatedly follows, harasses, telephones, or initiates communication, verbally, electronically, or otherwise, with another person, any member of the other person's immediate family, or any third party with whom the other person is acquainted, and causes material harm to the mental or emotional health of the other person, or causes such person to reasonably fear that his or her employment, business, or career is threatened, and the perpetrator was previously informed to cease that conduct is guilty of the crime of stalking in the second degree.”
Even if charged as a misdemeanor, stalking is a serious crime. You need an attorney to represent your case that is working for your best possible outcome. That attorney is Daniel Alexander. Call Shelby County Criminal Attorney today 205-475-8048
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