Stalking Defense Attorney in Albuquerque, NM

Aggressive Criminal Defense

Whether they are true or not, stalking charges have the potential to significantly impact your life. You may be at risk of losing contact with your children or worse. At the Law Office of Mark Keller we provide the aggressive criminal defense you need to fight back and restore your personal and parental rights.

Restraining Order Laws in New Mexico

In New Mexico, a victim may file a restraining order if he or she believes to be in reasonable danger. If filed, a defendant must maintain zero conduct with the victim. Under New Mexico restraining order law, violators of an order of protection can potentially face 3rd degree felony harassment or stalking charges.

Stalking as a Criminal Charge

Stalking is prosecuted more severely than harassment and has different legal requirements. To qualify as stalking under New Mexico law, a pattern of behavior must cause an individual to be in reasonable fear of:

  • Death
  • Injury
  • Sexual Assault
  • Confinement/Restraint

In order to be stalking behavior, a victim must be able to document two or more incidents in which the offender has followed, monitored, performed surveillance, or threatened the victim. When you choose our Albuquerque law office, we thoroughly review the prosecution’s evidence. Committed to achieving the best possible outcome for your case, we explore every available option for your defense.

Contact a Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you have been accused of or arrested for stalking, it is important to consult an experienced criminal defense lawyer that can protect your rights and freedom. We understand this is a difficult time and we want to help. Contact a knowledgeable stalking defense attorney at the Law Office of Mark Keller today and learn how we can help your case with aggressive, hard-hitting defense tactics.

We fight stalking charges! Call our aggressive Albuquerque legal team today at (505) 842-1440.

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