What constitutes harassment in New York?

There are many different situations that can result in a person being charged with one of the multiple types of harassment in New York. If a person is accused of acting with the intent to annoy, alarm, or harass the complaining party, assaults the complaining party in some way, or repeatedly makes unwanted contact with the complaining party – all of these can potentially lead to harassment charges in New York.

If you facing harassment charges in New York, contact Manhattan criminal defense attorney Paul J. Petrus, Jr. at 212-564-2440 or paul@petruslaw.com for a free consultation.

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