Federal Stalking and Harassment Laws
When harassing or stalking behavior involves the Internet, U.S. mail, or activities that cross state lines, the crime may be charged as a federal offense.
Harassment and Cyberbullying
Harassment crimes include stalking, bullying, hate crimes and more. The penalties for a conviction can be severe.
Teen Cyberbullying and Harassment
Many states have passed specific laws aimed at teens who bully or harass other teens online.
Defending Against an Accusation of Stalking
All 50 states have criminal laws against stalking and the specific definition of the crime varies among jurisdictions.
Can I be convicted of stalking when I've been trying to retrieve property that belongs to me?
What are schools required to do to address bullying and cyberbullying?
Can political speech be prosecuted as cyberbullying?
Will the bullying charge against my son follow him into college and beyond?
Don't kids have 1st Amendment rights?
I posted a mean comment about a classmate - can I be suspended for that?
Can a student be punished by the courts and her school for the same act of bullying?
How do the police treat teen bullying, cyberbullying, and harassment?
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