East Orange, NJ asked in Criminal Law for New Jersey

Q: Someone is harassing and cyberstalking me and my family. Torment me and taking me and my family pictures on internet

It a woman I don’t know her but she is disgusting as many fake names and tormented me for months and she found my phone number and every time I wake up I found some disturbing text to crash and dead. She also disturbed me at work by repeating text to my phone. She know where I live, work and go to church. She even have pictures of my children’s. Posting stuff all over social media. I am fear to be kid nap me and my family because she treated me saying that she would not stop until I ran away. Please help me I need a retraining order for me and my family safety because this is on going and she is not stopping.

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1 Lawyer Answer
William N. Sosis
William N. Sosis
  • Hackettstown, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: You'll need to immediately consult with an attorney. You'll be interviewed and your case will be thoroughly reviewed. An attorney can then file the appropriate papers on your behalf but only after gathering all the necessary facts and evidence. You should contact an attorney willing to give you a free consultation.

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