If you follow, harass, threaten or otherwise cause another person to fear for his or her safety or the safety of their family or household members, you may be charged with stalking.
Even if you do not have a preexisting relationship with the person, you may be facing stalking charges. After two convictions within five years, a third allegation may be considered a felony. If convicted, sentences may vary greatly depending on the circumstances.
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