Attorney gets 95 days in jail for stalking
A defense attorney convicted of stalking a former girlfriend was sentenced Friday to 95 days in jail. David Scharf, 46, also received five years’ probation and was ordered to undergo 52 weeks of domestic abuse counseling and to avoid contact with the unidentified victim for 10 years.
Scharf, a Del Mar resident, met the woman online in 2004. She broke off their relationship four months later, but he continued to pursue her, sending harassing and threatening e-mails that violated a restraining order.
He was convicted in April of one felony count of stalking and misdemeanor counts of sending harassing e-mails and violating a restraining order.