Accused of Stalking?
We can help get you the best possible outcome
A stalker may face fines, protective orders, and even years in prison. The stalking allegations that are presented to the judge do not tell the whole story. Here at Palmer Litigation, we believe in relentlessly advocating for our clients’ rights. Having an experienced stalking defense team on your side helps to achieve the best possible outcome.
Frequently Asked Questions
Psychological consequences of stalking include significant fear and safety concerns, as well as depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder (2) for victims. Mental health services are typically not sought by stalking victims (2).
Utah law defines stalking as an intentional course of conduct that causes fear or emotional distress in a reasonable person.
Most stalking victims are women and most stalkers are men, but men can also be stalked. Three out of four stalking victims were stalked by a friend or family member; 45 percent were acquaintances and 30 percent were intimate partners.
Making repeated, unwanted calls, texts, messages, etc., that may or may not be threatening, creating fake profiles to continue contacting a person after they have been blocked, watching, following, or “coincidentally” showing up wherever they go.
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The team at Palmer Litigation is here to assist. Located in St. George Utah, we are experienced, friendly, and knowledgeable. Reach out today to get the answers and peace of mind you deserve.