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Posted over 2 years ago.

The "victim" sought a Illinois Stalking No Contact Order. There was never a charge for stalking. However, as the defendant believes, the Stalking No Contact Order is based on allegations of criminal stalking rather than harassment. Where is the line drawn throughout such proceedings from where harassment then goes into the realm of stalking? And, even though a civil procedure underwent, how can the defendant determine if criminal stalking actually occurred? The defendant does not believe criminal stalking occurred, but since the plaintiff claims to have "fear" of the defendant, the defendant considers that the plaintiff is making an accusation of criminal stalking.

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Posted over 2 years ago.

The defendant did not hold the intent to cause significant emotional distress in the plaintiff. The defendant did, however, hold a strong desire to talk some trash to the plaintiff for the way the plaintiff treated the defendant. However, the defendant made no threats of harm or confinement. The defendant stated he wanted to hold a discussion with the plaintiff, whether that be at the plaintiff's home or where-ever.

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Posted over 2 years ago.

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