A state appellate court in Ventura, Calif., on Monday found stalking an act of domestic violence, setting up a conflict with colleagues in San Diego.

The 2nd District Court of Appeal’s Ventura branch ruled that stalking comes within the meaning of domestic violence in state Evidence Code §1109 and, therefore, is admissible to prove a propensity to commit other crimes.

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