Phoenix, AZ asked in Communications Law, Internet Law, Libel & Slander and White Collar Crime for Arizona

Q: How do I go about legally getting a cease and desist signed and state seal served on YouTubers to stop online harassment

I have a open civil suite case already open court docs signed and found out this person is attached to my other harasser / stalker

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  • Las Vegas, NV

A: In Arizona, to legally address online harassment, you can follow these steps. First, consult an attorney with experience in online harassment cases. They will help you draft a cease and desist letter outlining the harassment and demanding it to stop. Once sent, if the harassment continues, you can consider pursuing a restraining order or injunction through the appropriate legal process. Continue documenting instances of harassment as evidence. If necessary, proceed with a civil lawsuit, using the collected evidence to support your claims. Collaborating with an attorney is crucial in navigating these legal procedures. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances, it's advisable to consult with an attorney.

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