On Thursday, June 12th, I had a harassment charge against me dismissed due to insufficient evidence by the judge of the criminal court
My hope is to 'patch things up' (with the complaining witness) by sending her general flowers by an established flower delivery service along with a brief note of a conciliatory message. Should I proceed with this idea and not further complicate this delicate issue? I know this may be construed as asking for trouble, that is not my intent, as I have never been convicted of a crime.
My intent is to let her know I still care about her and will leave it up to her if she wants to contact me one day, if she wishes. I understand The Texas harassment statute 42.07 (a)(7) of the Texas Penal Code which states: A person commits an offense if, with the intent to harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, or embarrass another, he:….(7) sends repeated messages in a manner reasonably likely to harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, or embarrass, or offend another. I vehemently find the Texas statute is void for vagueness.
Any advice would be immensely appreciated. I would like to reiterate that the flowers sent would contain but a brief note of a conciliatory message. Nothing more than that.