Stalking conviction stands for Laconia man
A conviction will stand against a Laconia man accused of stalking a 13-year-old girl in 2014.
Daniel P. Tusi had appealed his conviction on November 14 on charges stemming from his behavior in July of 2014 where the teen said he drove past her slowly and stared at her several times over a four-month-long period.
According to the Union Leader, a panel of three Supreme Court judges reviewed Tusi's request and determined that there was enough evidence against Tusi in his trial.
The panel determined that a reasonable person would be aware that such acts would cause someone to fear for their safety.