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Stalking Defense Lawyer in Miami

How can a stalking conviction affect your life?

When charged with the crime of stalking, you will want to immediately turn to an experienced lawyer who knows what resources are necessary to effectively combat the charges. You should immediately turn to Seltzer Mayberg, LLC for legal guidance from the Miami criminal defense attorney.

Attorney Seltzer has a strong background in computer crimes because of his former position as a Miami-Dade cyber crime prosecutor. He knows the ins and outs of this offense and what prosecution will use against you. With this insight, he can build a strong defense on your behalf.

Understanding the Offense You Are Facing

When we speak of stalking, we are talking about willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly following, harassing or cyber-stalking someone. It can take the form of physically stalking the person, or it can be accomplished by electronic means, such as:

  • Telephone
  • Email
  • Online chat programs
  • Regular mail

If the offender sends or relays words, images or any other communications that causes the recipient to suffer significant emotional distress, and especially without having any legitimate purpose to do so, he or she could be found guilty of stalking.

Whatever the form of stalking, if it includes threats to the extent the victim fears for his life or physical harm, you could be charged with a third-degree felony, which could mean up to five years in prison and fines of $5000.

Act Quickly to Combat the Charges Against You

In some cases, it can be proven that the defendant was falsely charged with stalking. With the quality representation we offer, you will have the resources that are necessary to prove your case in pursuit of a reduced or dismissed charge. We take the time with every client to discuss all the details of the case, which enables us to forge the best strategy for your particular situation. Contact our firm right away to get started.

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