Hello again and thank you for your reply. I do know what the law says and as a former prosecutor and defense counsel and I can, without hesitation, tell you that if you continue to contact this person, or engage in any of the behavior that you described from before the warning, you can expect that you could be charged, as I mentioned, probably with stalking more so than harassment. But, in any event, I wouldn't recommend that you test your ex-girlfriend or the legal system to see how far you can push things. This is not
new law and engaging in this behavior after being warned, is, in an of itself meant to annoy and harass. There need be no physical or verbal threat.
It is not hard at all, in this context, to tell someone to stop contacting you. That is the basis for the stalking and harassment statutes. Once you are told, that is it. Unless you have a statutory right to contact someone, such as if you were law enforcement carrying out your duties, you must stop. This has nothing to do with Freedom of Speech
In any event, I can only tell you what the law is and what can happen, since I am not your attorney, and cannot be since we cannot form an attorney-client relationship. You are always free to sit down with a local criminal defense attorney
and ask them what you can and cannot do, but I can tell you that they will recommend that you move on.