This case involved a dispute between two neighbors and the issuance of an Injunction Against Harassment order against one of the neighbors (“J.A.”) for committing acts of harassment towards the other neighbor (“J.C.”), and her daughter.
The parties initially had an amicable relationship, but it deteriorated when J.A. informed J.C. that he wanted to raise the wall that the parties shared, and J.C. would not agree to raising the wall. Shortly thereafter, J.C. petitioned the City Court for an injunction against J.A. based on acts of harassment that allegedly took place on eight separate days between October 1, 2021, and December 7, 2021. The City Court denied J.C.’s request for an injunction and rather than appeal the decision, two weeks later J.C. sought the same injunctive relief in the Superior Court. The alleged acts of harassment in the second proceeding included the same acts that were in the first petition that was denied, but also included two additional acts that were alleged to have subsequently occurred. The additional alleged acts that J.C. complained of consisted of J.A. repeatedly staring at J.C., J.A. taking a photo of J.C., and J.A. attempting to talk to J.C.’s daughter.
The Superior Court granted:
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