An Injunction against harassment prohibits a person from harassing, annoying or alarming another person. Harassment is defined as: Conduct that is directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to be seriously alarmed, annoyed, humiliated or mentally distressed and the conduct in fact seriously alarms, annoys, humiliates, or harasses mentally distresses the person. One act of harassment will not be enough to get an order. The defendant has to have committed a series of acts (more than one) of harassment against you in the last year or one act of sexual violence (defined in ARS § 23-371) against you. The person filing the injunction is called the plaintiff. The person against whom the injunction is filed is called the defendant.