In order to prove harassment, the prosecution must demonstrate that someone pursued a course of conduct, which amounted to the harassment of another person and they knew the anxiety it would have caused.

Harassment can include attending someone’s address without permission regularly and frequently or contacting someone by text, phone call or by social media.

A harassment conviction can carry a custodial sentence of six months to five years.

If you have been accused of harassment, our team of solicitors will be able to advise you throughout the entire process, being by your side from interview through to the conclusion of any court case. We will represent you in interview, deal confidentially with any concerns that may arise, prepare your case, taking any necessary statements and evidence that will add weight to your defence, and represent you in the Magistrates Court or Crown Court.

You will see the same solicitor from start to finish and we will always be on hand to answer your questions. We understand facing a criminal allegation can be extremely stressful and our aim is to alleviate any anxiety you feel by explaining things clearly at every stage.

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