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When you can File for an Injunction Against Harassment According to Arizona law, harassment must involve a series of acts. Just one incident, no matter how much it bothers you, does not constitute legal harassment. According to the law this series of acts:
  • can be spread over a long or short period of time; and
  • must be the same or similar types of repetitive act against you; and
  • must be directed at you; and
  • must seriously alarm, annoy, or harass you without serving a legitimate purpose; and
  • must be such as would cause a reasonable person to suffer substantial emotional distress; and
  • must actually cause you to suffer substantial emotional distress
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