What constitutes harassment in New York? | NYC Harrasment Attorney

A wide variety of situations can result in harassment charges in New York. Situations that may lead to harassment charges include acting with the intent to harass, alarm, or annoy the complaining party, repeatedly making unwanted contact with the complaining party, or assaulting the complaining party in some way. If you have been charged with harassment in New York, contact Manhattan criminal defense attorney Paul D. Petrus, Jr. by phone at 212-564-2440 or through his website to schedule your free consultation.

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