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I had asked it on Interpersonal stack exchange but they suggest me to ask here on Law stack exchange.
My question is about law and I don't think it's off-topic? Here is my question
Should I file a case against people who bothering and harassing my family?
I wonder need to ask for attention of beta on meta.

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As presently written it's very hard to decipher the text of that question. But all questions I can discern are of the form, "What can I do to use the law to punish specific people for specific actions?" That sounds like a request for specific legal advice.

Even if it weren't closed for that reason, I would also vote to close the question as being too unclear.

  • I'm not looking for specific advice but just what I can claim and action take against them or what penal codes they are deserved. – Swapnil Nov 7 '18 at 3:31
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    So you are asking for specific legal advice, then. – Nij Nov 7 '18 at 19:49
  • @Swapnil – there is a lot of discussion about the legal-advice restriction that might help you. I like the way one user put it yesterday (Paraphrasing): "If it's a question appropriate for a consultation with a lawyer (or prosecutor) in your jurisdiction, then you should do that and not ask it here." – feetwet Nov 7 '18 at 20:01
  • @feetwet I have deleted my question and asked another one that's definitely not off topic. – Swapnil Nov 8 '18 at 5:08

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