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During this hearing, you will need to respond to the plaintiff's allegations with admissible evidence [your testimony under oath that the evidence plaintiff presents is not related to you or that she has the wrong person, or that you have not contacted her, or proof that you were somewhere else on the dates of the alleged contact (bring witnesses) to deny what she alleges. The judge will then consider all of the evidence and decide whether or not the unlawful conduct actually happened by you or someone else. The judge has to believe that it is “more likely than not” that YOU were the one that stalked her to rule in her favor. If you have the funds to hire a lawyer, then I would do so because you do not want a technical mistake to cause you to lose this one and then it ends up on your record and makes it harder for you to get jobs down the road.