Have You Been Arrested on a Rhode Island Criminal Cyber Stalking Charge?
Has it become a nuisance at this point? Stop the incessant concerns of prison time and fines by contacting a RI defense attorney now.
Cyber Stalking laws are fairly recent in Rhode Island, with the subsection being established in 2001. Nevertheless, John R. Grasso has several years of experience working with this and other types of stalking crimes.
This offense is more than a slap on the wrist and payment of fines. It’s a misdemeanor, and possible felony if the crime is repeated. Not all accused are guilty however; and not everyone found guilty in the first instance is at fault the second time around.
With a practiced RI defense attorney to help, you will have the best possible outcome for your case.
Definition of Assault and Battery:
Rhode Island Code Chapter 11-52-4.2 defines Cyber Stalking as intentionally sending communications via a computer to someone else, for the purposes of harassing , threatening or intimidating the recipient or his/her family members.
The crime is marked by causing victims to suffer severe mental anguish or fear of being hurt; or their family member/s becoming hurt – based on the communications received.
Another element of this crime is that the harassment or communications would have taken place over a series of time. Cyber Stalking falls under the category of computer crimes, and is also labeled as cyber harassment.
The Rhode Island Law Offices of John R. Grasso will deliver the best legal defenses for individual cases – to decrease, or throw out RI Cyber Stalking charges.
Don’t endanger your freedom, finances and good name. Contact the Island law offices as soon as possible.
What Are the Consequences of Rhode Island Cyber Stalking Charges?
Cyber stalking is a misdemeanor that is punishable by:
- Up to $500 in fines and/or
- Up to 1 year in prison
Cyber stalking with a prior is a felony punishable by:
- Up to $6,000 in fines, and/or
- Up to 2 years in prison
Contact an Aggressive Cyber Stalking Defense Attorney in Rhode Island
Attorney John R. Grasso will investigate all accusations, evidence and history to determine the best possible defense. If you’ve been indicted for cyber stalking, there are numerous ways to fight the case. These include the defenses of misidentification, no grounds or evidence of threat or intimidation, and more.
Free consultations are available. Don’t wait another day. Contact the Rhode Island Law Offices of John R. Grasso now.