Like I said, they are not threatening me but, I just want to be left alone. The one PO said that I may be able to get an order of protection. They may not think that it is bad enough to warrant this but, like you stated or showed in the law, "it is to annoy." How do I get in touch with the prosecutors office?
In the link you sent me, I saw this (below) and I haven't really had any "threat of present physical pain or physical injury." I am no sure if this particular thing would work for me.
"I have been subjected to a continuous threat of present physical pain or physical injury by the Respondent named above as"
Ok, I will do this. So, I should call the clerk first, then the prosecutor? Sorry I am not familiar with all the law terms, so, I just want to see who I should contact first or should I contact both?
Thank you for your time.
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