Fort Lauderdale, FL asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Florida

Q: I’m a victim of remote neural monitoring. What should I do? Who should I contact?

1 Lawyer Answer
Charles M.  Baron
Charles M. Baron
Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Hollywood, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: That's an Interesting question; I never heard of remote neural monitoring, so I just googled the phrase, "remote neural monitoring court cases". That turns up a number of court decisions which uniformly reject all such claims. The Courts dismiss such claims based on reasons such as, "not sufficiently grounded in reality" (case at https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCOURTS-caed-2_20-cv-01681/pdf/USCOURTS-caed-2_20-cv-01681-3.pdf ), and "bizarre and delusional" (case at https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCOURTS-idd-1_14-cv-00316/pdf/USCOURTS-idd-1_14-cv-00316-0

.pdf ).

Another issue you have is that, when you want to take legal action against someone who is victimizing you, you must be able to identify who that someone is. So even if were being victimized in some way that can realistically be presented to a Court, you cannot get to square one if you can't identify the aggressor. In the extremely rare situation of an anonymous aggressor (for example, an unidentified stalker), you'd need to get either the police or a private investigator to track that person down if you can't handle the task of identification yourself.

Therefore, since the situation you present (as phrased) is not anything that any lawyer can help you with, your best bet to address the physical and/or mental issue that you are experiencing is to consult a medical professional to determine if he/she can help you with the issue (if you have not done that already).

Jane Kim and Terrence H Thorgaard agree with this answer

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