The crime of harassment is continued, unwanted or annoying acts, including demands and threats to force someone to quit a job, engage in sex, pay an overdue debt. Harassment can also include acts stemming from prejudice, personal malice, or sadistic pleasure intending to cause fear.
You should immediately consult with a Miami attorney who handles harassment cases. The lawyer can determine if you have a case and assess the amount of damages for emotional distress, pain and suffering, counseling, and treatment. The attorney also can obtain a restraining order to help protect you. You may also bring criminal charges
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