Legal Information: U.S. Virgin Islands
Updated: December 7, 2020
Who can file for a stalking protection order? Can a minor file?
If you are an adult and are a victim of stalking, you can apply for a stalking protection order. You must include your name, the name or a description of the abuser, the dates of the act(s), and a description of the act(s) that you claim constitute stalking.1 If you are a minor and are a victim of stalking, a parent, guardian, or adult residing with you can file on your behalf.2
1 VI ST T. 5 § 1473(a)
2 VI ST T. 5 § 1473(b)
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