8th Apr 2022
“Willfully, Maliciously, and Repeatedly”
According to Florida’s criminal law, stalking is defined as when someone willfully (intentionally),
maliciously, and repeatedly follows, harasses, or cyberstalks another person.
Stalking is characterized as a pattern of malicious behavior that occurs over a period of.
While stalking can be associated with lurking in the bushes outside someone’s house, stalking can also
refer to various other forms of harassment, such as repeatedly calling someone’s place, vandalizing
personal property, or leaving unwanted notes or gifts.
Cyberstalking is defined as electronically sending words, images, or language to a person that cause
substantial emotional distress and serve no legitimate purpose.
Cyberstalking is when someonecommits a series of acts that communicate words, images, or languages
through e-mail or other communication that is directed at you orattempts to access your online
accounts without your permission, causing you emotional distress and serving no legitimate purpose.
Harassment is defined as engaging in a course of conduct directed at a specific person, which causes
substantial emotional distress in that person and serves no legitimate purpose.
Harassment is when someone commits a series of acts over a period of time against you, which causes
you to have substantial emotional distress and the acts serve no legitimate purpose.
Stalking is a serious crime and should never be taken lightly. There are serious consequences for
committing the act in Florida so if you’ve been involved, targeted or victimized in any form of stalking in
Miami then you may want to call an experienced criminal defense attorney for legal advice.