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Anytime a person says that you are to not contact them, you must respect it.
Otherwise you can be criminally charged with telephone harassment.
Yes, there can be a restraining order issued.
Yes, the telephone company can cancel your account.
Yes, you can be criminally prosecuted and convicted.
No means no. There can be severe consequences for not respecting it.
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Is there a phone number I can call you? i am in a laptop that belongs to the company I work for
Sorry but that is not possible.
Ok. I sent a Happy New Year Message, 3 hours later the police knocked at my door
I did not know it was for me
and i did not open the door, because I was afraid of what was going on
Those circumstances do not change or affect the original answer(s).
If the police came it is because there is a restraint order against me?
I heard later on, I woke up with noises outside mt window
that the police was looking for me
They were knocking at my door, looking for me
The police did not wait for me to wake up
nor broke in my apartment. I am scared
It's not possible to speculate the purpose of the officer's visit.
Stop trying to contact her in any way, shape, or form.
The neiborgs asked if I was a criminal
and I heard that this is a harrassment case to a executive
I just did. I am so surprised. He never answered my texts. So I assumed it was ok.
I am not sure what additional information you are seeking.
The police before leaving said. He knows if he contact him he(me) will be arrested
I am afraid of what is going on
Do I need a lawyer at this point?
I do not have a crystal ball for you.
The facts that you've described suggest that you just need to stop.
No attorney is needed at this point, from what you've described.
If I open the door to the police will they arrest me?
There's no way for me to know.
Again, I do not have a crystal ball.
can i be arrested for what crime? If there is a restraint order issue, I must go to the judge and if I violate I will go to jail. But at this point what are my risks?
It is not possible to speculate if you have any risks at this juncture.
You do not even know what's going on because you have not spoken with the police.
But I heard from the window and they said I was really a woman, because I did not open the door. I did not know they were after me
That doesn't matter.
You did not talk with them so you did not learn any information.
Now you just want to guess about stuff and that's not being realistic.
If you wanted to know what was going on, you could have answered the door.
You choose to not answer the door.
That's your choice.
So, now, the only thing you can do is just stop.
I was scared.... never thought it was for me
Well, the event is over and done with now.
Leave it alone and move on.
I am not a criminal, police looks for criminals in my mind
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So, you are saying let's say its a 911 call complaining about my texts and saying it is a harrassment. The police came at 3AM, left just before 5, and did not wait for me to wake up. There is a chance that the event is over?
Sorry, you are my only contact...
Yes, that could be possible.
Ok. He is the fact. This person uses the police to break past relationships when the other side is still in love... So, I guess I am worried too much...
Stop the contacts and all should be fine. Move one.
Move on, I mean.
I just realized all this time, he was lying to get my text messages, he gave me hope I would come back and bum surprise, police on you.... I stopped and he is past. I say I will face the police if they come back again.
You are most welcome.
Have a good evening.
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