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Legal Information: Nebraska
Updated: October 30, 2020
What is the legal definition of harassment in Nebraska?
For the purposes of getting a harassment protection order, the state of Nebraska defines harassment as when someone intentionally does multiple things to seriously terrify, threaten, or intimidate you for no reason. Some examples of this could be following, stalking, repeatedly contacting, or physically holding (restraining or detaining) you.1
1 NE R.S. § 28-311.02(2)(a)
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