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Stalking

Charged with Stalking by Law Enforcement?

Call on Christian Capitaine for Help!

Stalking is a serious crime that’s harshly prosecuted due to the implication of future criminal activity, and fear on the part of the victim. Stalking charges are often associated with crimes of a sexual nature, domestic violence, and ongoing domestic disputes.

Stalking charges are often based on coincidences and convenient, but well-placed facts. Some people use false allegations of stalking as a way to garner criminal charges by weaponizing the law against their former romantic interest. Others report stalking to law enforcement because they’re genuinely in fear.

However, stalking is a subjective claim and subject to misuse.

If you or a loved one are saddled with stalking charges and are looking for legal options to fight back, contact the Capitaine Law Firm today. To reach Attorney Christian Capitaine, call our office today at 832-767-4992.

Understanding Stalking Charges

Stalking occurs if the conduct of the accused causes the victim to have a reasonable fear that they’ll be hurt or murdered, or that someone in their family, or close to them, will be injured or murdered.

Stalking can also be charged if the accused feels that their property will be damaged.

If you’re accused of stalking, Houston area law enforcement will move in for a fast arrest if the determination is made that a crime took place.

When a person makes a claim that someone is following, stalking, or harassing them, the Houston Police Department, as well as other law enforcement agencies in the Houston area, will take the case seriously and seek to detain & arrest the accused immediately.

Texas Criminal Penalties for Stalking

3RD DEGREE FELONY

If the defendant is found guilty of Stalking, on their first offense, they will be charged with a 3rd Degree Felony, which carries a maximum fine of 10,000.00 and prison sentencing guidelines which range from 2 to 10 years.

2ND DEGREE FELONY

If you’re arrested by police and found guilty in the court of law for a 2nd or more Stalking offense, you’ll be prosecuted for a 2nd Degree Felony, which carries a maximum fine of 10,000.00 with a potential jail term that can range from 2 to 20 years in prison.

Charged With Stalking? Call Attorney Capitaine

If you need help fighting back against a criminal charge of stalking, call Houston stalking defense attorney Christian Capitaine at 832-618-7831.

In order to win a stalking conviction in the court of law, the Harris County District Attorney’s Office must prove every part of the stalking charge beyond a reasonable doubt. Defendants in such cases will need experienced legal representation, the likes of which are provided by the Capitaine Law Firm.

Attorney Christian Capitaine is an experienced criminal law attorney. He has successfully defended people accused of stalking, various sex crimes, and other felonies. He has gained great results for clients of his that have opted to plead guilty, as well as for those who told Christian they were innocent.

If you need help, call our offices today at 832-767-4992. Ask for Attorney Christian Capitaine.

Houston Defense Attorney for Stalking Charges

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