Stalking is a serious crime in the state of Georgia. Sometimes even what appears to be harmless behavior can deprive people of their freedom, even if the assumed victim is someone that the accused loves and cares for.
These days, stalking is no longer limited to traditional forms of contact, such as face-to-face interaction and unwanted telephone calls. “Cyberstalking” involves sending recurring, unsolicited emails, text messages and social media contacts that are harassing, aggressive or offensive in nature.
If you or someone you know has been accused of stalking or cyberstalking, you need a lawyer who understands how the system works. Criminal defense attorneys Pat McDonough and Trinity Hundredmark have seen success in stalking cases and understand the implications of new media.
With unparalleled skill and experience, the team at Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. is dedicated to protecting your liberty, your reputation and your rights.