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The crime of stalking is not just a one-time occurrence. Instead, it is defined as a reoccurring pattern of malevolent behavior which causes another individual to fear for their safety or experience immense duress. The majority of these stalking cases involve domestic violence or disputes between two people who are/were involved romantically or in a domestic manner. However, there are always various sides of the story.
If you have been arrested for domestic stalking, Rhode Island domestic violence attorney Thomas Thomasian and his firm is committed to helping you get your life back on track. He possesses the extensive knowledge of the state legal system to help you navigate through the complexities of your case.
When facing serious penalties associated with stalking, it’s best to have our experienced lawyer on your side.
According to Rhode Island law, the crime of stalking is committed by any person who (1) harasses another individual or (2) willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follows another individual with the intention to place reasonable fear of bodily injury toward that person. A person convicted of stalking is guilty of a felony that is punishable by a maximum prison sentence of five years and a fine of up to $10,000.
Rhode Island criminal defense attorney, Thomas Thomasian, can use a number of defenses, such as determining if your actions were constitutionally protected or if the complaining witnesses’ interpretation is not reasonable, in order to reduce your charges or have your case thrown out entirely. He can thoroughly investigate your case and collect evidence necessary to develop an aggressive and personalized defense strategy for you.
Contact Law Office of Thomas C. Thomasian, Esq. and schedule your complimentary consultation today.