Q: my sons father was murdered in nc and when we went to court the judge said that the person should not been out of jail b
beccause of his charges and had he not been out of jail in the first placed my BF would be alive and that this time he wasn't getting out n denied bail can we sue nc for WD
A: There are problems when a person has been allowed out on bail, as that is generally not a decision that will result in tort liability however you need to consult an attorney in North Carolina to determine your rights under the laws of your state. Look for an attorney who is a member of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and has an office in the county where the murder occurred. They give free consultations.
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