Mission Viejo, CA asked in Sexual Harassment for California

Q: Could a person sending emails be kept from entering a public place that was the work place of the person receiving..

- unwanted emails, Without a restraining order..? . and these were sexual emails with no harm and they were tracked and being read multiple times by the person that was supposedly being harassed..

Could that person be kept out without any legal actions... is there in house company actions that could keep her out? If it was a public location?

It was a woman emailing a man and she is no threat to him and they meant no harm...they were just intimate in nature

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1 Lawyer Answer
William John Light
William John Light
  • Riverside, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: Your employer has the right to control who enters their premises. If you don't have a restraining order, it is up to the employer to determine whether this person can access the employer's property.

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