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Is stalking illegal in Minnesota?

When a person believes someone is stalking them, or finds verifiable proof of stalking, it can often feel paralyzing to the victim. Stalking is a behavior based on violating someone's boundaries or safety to give the stalker some degree of control or release over their victim. Not only is this behavior clearly unethical, it is also a crime in many states, including Minnesota.

Understanding the stalking laws in Minnesota

Minnesota's anti-stalking law prohibits a person from harassing someone to the point where he or she feels threatened, frightened, persecuted, oppressed or intimidated. Stalking is a gross misdemeanor and there is potential for someone convicted of the crime of stalking to spend up to a year in jail.

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