STALKING

STALKING

stalking.

1. The act or an instance of following another by stealth.

2. The offense of following or loitering near another, often surreptitiously, with the purpose of annoying or harassing that person or committing a further crime such as assault or battery. ? Some statutory definitions include an element that the person being stalked must reasonably feel harassed, alarmed, or distressed about personal safety or the safety of one or more persons for whom that person is responsible. And some definitions state that acts such as telephoning another and remaining silent during the call amount to stalking. Cf. CYBERSTALKING. [Cases: Extortion and Threats 25.

1. C.J.S. Threats and Unlawful Communications ¡ì¡ì 2¨C20.]


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