San Francisco, CA asked in Civil Rights, Landlord - Tenant and Probate for California

Q: I called the police the first night that they came and the police told them that they had to give me a 30 day notice but

the police told them that they could stay here in the trailer with me and I don't think that that is right when they were here or they were up all night long and they're giggling and talking as loud as they could going through everything in his room they tore it up I guess they found what they wanted cuz they left for a couple days to go party and before they came over here they went across the street to the little old lady across the street in a wheelchair scared her telling her that there be so annoyed over here so not to call the police and she happen to have a baseball bat there and they asked her if they could use it she said no but they scared her and he wasn't even gone two hours before they were over here harassing me

1 Lawyer Answer
Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst
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  • Probate Lawyer
  • Crossville, TN
  • Licensed in California

A: You should repost your question and explain who “they” are without naming names. As it is, it sounds like “they” are the police.

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