Daly City, CA asked in Criminal Law for California

Q: Civil Harassment Restraining/False Allegation issue with intend to charge, how to protect myself and family

The woman we used to know sends harassing and falsely accused messages to my wife number from different phone because we have blocked all her numbers and online contacts. She accused me ( the husband ) of luring her husband and the child to come visit our house ( in reality we asked him to come pick up his mail, we have proof of text message exchange ). Him and the woman and the child used to live in law tenants at our house for over 3 years. And during those time, the woman always asked us to babysit and watch her daughter and we have done it many time. We have proofs of all the messages she sent to ask us to babysit the child.

What can I do to protect myself from being accused or bringing wrongful charges as well as stopping her from sending us these messages from different phone numbers?

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David Michael Lehr
David Michael Lehr
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  • Ventura, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: You can request a civil harassment restraining order to help to stop the calls. However, you cannot prohibit her from reporting you to the police.

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