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What Are Aggravated Criminal Surveillance Charges in Alabama?
What Are Aggravated Criminal Surveillance Charges in Alabama?

In early July of 2019, a man from Vestavia Hills was charged with 13 counts of aggravated criminal surveillance. Law enforcement alleged that the man used his phone to record women as they were changing in the stalls of a gym off Montgomery Road. The alleged victim who first ...

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