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One time is enough. Harassment means that a pattern of bad behavior has been established. So, if you told the alleged harasser to stop and he does not, then you can seek an Order from the Court. However, you have to give details of the harassment to persuade the Court to grant the application for an Order.
If someone has harassed (a pattern of offensive acts/repeated offensive acts) you and you have had enough, telling the person to stop once is enough. You do not have to say it two or three times. I stand by my previous response.
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I am sorry, but I do not know what evidence that you are talking about. Kindly clarify.
Thank you for the information.
I am still not clear. Has the Court actually entered a Protection Order or are you going to trial to get the Order?
Regrettably, you cannot add to the Order. You have to wait for the hearing on the 8th to tell the Court about your additional information.
Okay then. Just make sure to bring the information with you to the hearing.
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