Stalking in Texas

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Stalking is a serious crime in the State of Texas that constitutes a felony. A stalkingconviction on your records can damage your reputation and jeopardize future employment and housing opportunities. Also, if you are convicted of the crime of stalking you could face serious penalties including prison and/or steep fines.

If you or someone that you know has been accused of the crime of stalking, the first step is to hire a reputable and experienced criminal defense attorney that will fight to get the best results possible for his clients. Jason Trumpler has over 15-years of experience in criminal law and has gotten hundreds of individuals’ charges reduced or dismissed. Contact our office today at (512) 359-3300.

Potential Consequences

Behavior that is simply annoying, like calling someone’s phone over and over again, while possibly crimininal, does not constitute the felony offense of stalking. Stalking is defined as harassing behavior that causes an individual to genuinely fear for his or her safety. Additionally, the stalking behavior must be repeated (occur more than once), be directed at a specific individual, and cause that individual to fear that his or her life or the life of a romantic partner may be in danger.

Stalking is a felony of the 3rd Degree. If you are convicted of stalking, potential repercussions may include:

• 2 – 10-years in prison and/or
• A fine of up to $10,000

If you have previous stalking convictions on your background, the charge may be enhanced to a felony of the 2nd Degree. If you are convicted on a 2nd Degree felony, potential repercussions may include:

• 2 – 20-years in prison and/or
• A fine of up to $10,000

Contact Us Today at (512) 359-3300

An experienced attorney can examine the details of your case and help you develop the strongest defense possible. Jason Trumpler knows the intricacies of the law and will fight for your rights and your freedom in court. Currently, Jason Trumpler practices throughout Central Texas including Travis County, Williamson County, Hays County, Comal County, Bastrop County, Burnet County, Lee County, Coryell County, and Bell County. Contact our office today at (512) 359-3300.

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