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Legal Information: Nevada
Updated: November 13, 2019
Who is eligible for an order for protection against stalking and harassment?
You may file a petition for an order for protection against stalking and harassment if someone is stalking or harassing you (according to the legal definitions of those terms).1 The abuser may be someone in your family like a husband or relative or may be someone unrelated to you like a neighbor or co-worker.
1 See N.R.S. § 200.591(1)
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