Q: i had last weekend the law enforcement breaking into my home without a warrant what can i do?
The law enforcements denied to show me or provide me without a warrant, order or any document of why they were break into my home, they also denied to provide me their names or where they were coming from, they search all over my place, they left a mess, i didnt consent their access to my address, plus i wasnt event at home, and when i call the local authority the refuse to attend stating that they were not going to get involve and they already know they were coming. I dont have any matters with the law, they pepper spray my dogs and scare them with teaser. But the point is that i don't think is legal for the law enforcement of another county come and perpetuate my home like im a delinquent now I have a broken door that i cant fix because im going to financial hardship and im leaving with a broken door, for this abuse of authority. But no warrant? Order? Name? Or agency? They suppose to tell you right? What can i do? This is not ok
You will need to retain the services of either a criminal defense lawyer or a civil rights lawyer to help you get to the bottom of this.
You will need to file a claim for damages against the agency or police department whose officers damaged your property. There are very strict deadlines within which to file your claim, so make sure you contact several lawyers right away to help you. Do not delay.
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