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One year ago I sent a text message to a female calling her

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One year ago I sent a text message to a female calling her a "bitch." I sent the text using another person's email address as mine which I got off of an email list at my college. Can I be sued? Misdemeanor or felony?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Attorney & Mediator replied 8 years ago.
I seriously doubt the police or the district attorney's office would waste their time in charging you for any offense here, especially one that took place a year ago. Harassment charges are generally misdemeanors and in Ohio there is a six month statute of limitations. So, definitely unlikely that you can get charged. Using someone else's email (hacking) of this level would also be a misdemeanor.

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