NAGOYA — The Nagoya District Court on Thursday sentenced a 36-year-old unemployed woman in Nagoya to a year in prison, suspended for three years, for violating the antistalking law by repeatedly demanding that a male medical doctor have closer relations with her.

“The victim suffered great pain due to this persistent and malicious crime based on a selfish motive,” Judge Yutaka Kubo said in handing down the ruling.

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