Orlando, FL asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Small Claims and White Collar Crime for Georgia

Q: Someone stole my personal property worth atleaar $3000 actually more and tried to get police involved no help

No help from law because thief is a rat for police. Property was one bedroom home my disabled husband built after his mother gave it to him when his father passed away, and we moved to property and built and we know who stole it and where it is currently located but police won't do anything. My husband is disabled and we live on $750 a month and can not get any help at all. What can we do? We would love to prosecute him and get our home back and if possible do something to police for allowing a drug rat to get by with stealing our home and trading it foe drugs and put us homeless on the day of my brother in laws memorial 3 years ago today August 31, 2015. We need someone to help. It happened in Banks County, Baldwin, GA. Thank you

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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Monroe, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: If somebody stole from you file a police report and/or file a civil lawsuit against the person.

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