Cumming, GA asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Small Claims for Georgia

Q: What is someone tampers with a dispossession notice on my door? I was sent a certified copy 4 days later from her theft.

Police served on 15th, her daughter reported her as the culprit of stealing rhe notice she filed. So i was unaware of the notice until the 19th. I have to repond by 22nd, but ive already responded. Its our home im not on lease but lived there longer than she has. I also have a tpo on her as well and she shut utilities off. I reported it but nothing was done. Inhave temp custody of her children. Not my biplogical kids per dfcs saftey plan. She had her 12 yr old take thw notice of my door and throw it away. What recourse do i have? What can she be charged with for stealing a court document and destrouing it..the mother not the 12 yr daughter.

1 Lawyer Answer

David Edward Boyle

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

A: I would just respond the dispossessory action and not worry about the notice being stolen.

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