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There are multiple different types of stalking charges you may be facing, depending on the details and severity of the crime. Stalking charges and sentences may include:
Stalking is defined as conduct involving repeated or continuing harassment that causes someone to feel terrorized, frightened, intimidated, threatened, harassed, or molested. It is a Class A misdemeanor.
Stalking becomes Aggravated Stalking if the display of a deadly weapon is involved, or if the victim was under 18 years of age, or if the defendant has a prior conviction for stalking. Aggravated Stalking is a Class E felony.
Especially Aggravated Stalking is charged when a defendant meets all of the criteria for aggravated stalking and has been convicted of this crime in the past, or when aggravated stalking occurs that results in serious bodily injury. Especially Aggravated Stalking is a Class C felony.
You may also face aggravated stalking charges if you're already a registered sex offender. Stalking charges are serious allegations with serious consequences. Reach out to Ryan C. Davis Law, PLLC today to schedule a consultation.