Harassment Defense Lawyers
Defending the Accused in Riverside & California
Harassment is a form of domestic violence. You don't have to make a
verbal threat or a threat of physical violence to be charged with harassing
behavior. If the victim feels threatened, then nearly any action can be
considered harassment—including sending gifts. A person who feels
threatened by a spouse, domestic partner, family member, or someone who
he or she once dated, can take out a civil restraining order to prevent
These restraining orders prohibit any type of contact with the person who
holds the restraining order, including:
- Phone calls
- Unwanted gifts
- Visits at home or at work
- Driving by the residence
- Physically coming within 100 yards of the person
The actions of customer service people, sales people, and telemarketers
can all be considered harassment. Even the most minor action can be misinterpreted
as harassment. Don’t let your criminal charges affect your future.
Explore Your Defense Options Today: (951) 682-5110
If you have been charged with violating a civil restraining order or if
you have been charged with any type of harassment, from verbal threats
to repeated calls and e-mails, you should have an experienced harassment
defense attorney representing your interests. We can also offer defense
to charges of stalking.
At Blumenthal Law Offices in Riverside, California, we understand that
many well-meaning actions can be misunderstood as harassment. In some
instances we can negotiate with prosecutors to prevent charges from being
filed. We can also work to get the charges against you dismissed or reduced.
Or we can take your case to court, where we have a successful record of
obtaining positive results for our clients.
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