Category: Stalking

November
15
2020

With the popularity of computers, smartphones, and social media, a new crime has emerged in this century that Texans aren’t taking lightly: cyberstalking. It’s a crime that is only become more common.

Cyberstalking is so common, in fact, it has permeated even the highest levels of government. In October of [...]

March
17
2019

In simplest terms, stalking is one person’s unwanted pursuit of another, and by its nature, the crime is not referring to a single event, but a clear pattern of conduct where the offender follows, harasses, or threatens a person.

According to Texas stalking laws, a person commits the offense if [...]

November
26
2018

Not all domestic violence crimes involve assault or physical altercations. Under the umbrella of domestic violence is threatening behavior that puts the victim in fear of imminent danger. By this definition, stalking may be considered an act of domestic violence.

In Texas, stalking isn’t just a crime or a potential [...]