Is there a burden of proof for harassment?
The burden of proof for showing harassment under the Code is not as strong as the “beyond a reasonable doubt” standard required for establishing guilt in criminal cases.
Where to file for protection from stalking or harassment?
You must file your application in the justice court for the township where the stalking, aggravated stalking, or harassment took place. Stalking or harassment is committed “where the conduct occurred” or “where the person who was affected by the conduct was located at the time that the conduct occurred.” (NRS 200.581.)
Do you need evidence to prove sexual harassment?
Repeated conduct directed at one person is not needed. A pattern of conduct directed at several female employees may also be sexual harassment.  Where credibility is at issue, similar fact evidence  may be introduced to show that a pattern of behaviour might have occurred.
How to file a criminal charge for harassment?
Call the Police. Contact or visit your local police department to file criminal charges for harassment. If the person has threatened you in any way, and that threat puts you in immediate danger, call 911.
How much evidence do you need to file a harassment charge?
Tip: The laws in some states require you to prove at least 3 instances of behavior or an overall pattern of conduct before the person’s behavior is considered harassment. Every piece of evidence is important.
What kind of proof do I need to prove my case?
Letters from friends, neighbours and community members can also help prove someone’s case. These letters should have: it is great if they can write at the end of the letter, “If you would like any further information, please feel free to contact me” – and give their phone number.
When to file a criminal charge against a harasser?
There are laws in all states that are designed to protect you from such treatment. If the harasser’s actions towards you put you in fear for your life or safety, the police can investigate and potentially press criminal charges.
How to file a criminal complaint for harassment?
Call the Police. Contact or visit your local police department to file criminal charges for harassment. If the person has threatened you in any way, and that threat puts you in immediate danger, call 911. Otherwise call the non-emergency phone number. Some police departments allow you to file a report through their website.