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What is the law against stalking in Maine?

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Maine’s “normal” stalking law is found at Maine Revised Code 17-A §210-A.The law prohibits knowingly engaging in a “course of conduct directed at or concerning a specific person that would cause a reasonable person” to:

  • Suffer emotional distress or serious inconvenience;
  • Fear getting hurt;
  • Fear for family, close friends, lovers, business associates, or even pets; or
  • Worry about his or her property.

If someone who has been accused of stalking is in any of these relationships with the alleged victim, the stalking charge turns into a charge of domestic violence stalking.

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