What is stalking?

Stalking is a crime that is marked by repeated and intentional conduct that is malicious in nature. It is not usually an event that occurs once, and the crime is frequently charged against domestic partners and spouses. However, the offenders can also be acquaintances or even strangers.

The New York stalking law was one of the initial laws of its type. Under the law, stalking consists of constant harassment and produces a believable threat of harm. Victims of stalking usually try to obtain restraining orders, which are also referred to as orders of protection, against the perpetrators.

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