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Chris E. Ambrose
Silvis, Ambrose & Lindquist & Coch, P.C.
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STALKING
can be either a felony
or misdemeanor in ga


Definition of Stalking
If you place someone under surveillance, or contact another to harass or intimidate, you can be charged with stalking.

Keep in mind that 'contact' can be in person, phone, mail, computer, broadcast, or other means.

Penalties for Stalking
A first offense is a
misdemeanor.

A second offense is a felony for which you can receive 1-10 years in prison.

OCGA 16-5-90

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