i have been receiving harrassing cell phone calls from a person, numerous times a day, they always call blocked but i know who this person is. they dont talk they just stay there listening. i say something and they hang up. can i press charges against this person for harassment??? i am so tired of changing my number that i dont want to do that anymore.
Yes, you can file a complaint for harassment in either the town where the calls were made or where they were received. As part of the State's case, it may be necessary to subpoena the defendant's phone bills. I suggest that you start keeping a journal of the dates and times when you receive these calls.
You can file in your town, the person's town, or the town in which the action took place.
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