Q: I caught this guy with my woman and in retaliation I wrote on his rear window a note to scare away with a window crayon
When I caught him with my woman I took my window crayon and rode him a message that wait till your wife finds out. That's all I did I didn't know other vandalism to his vehicle
First, sorry to hear about your marital discord. You might want to post under "Divorce" or "Family law" for an attorney to assist you to sever your relationship with your wife.
"White collar crime" doesn't usually refer to any kind of vandalism, and certainly doesn't refer to these facts, so you need to post under "Criminal Law" if the police are charging you or "personal injury" if the guy us suing you.
Doesn't sound like much of a case by him against you, a window crayon on a window is not permanent damage.
It does sound like you are heading down a dangerous road of reporting cheating spouses and possible further physical retaliation to your person or property. Suggest that you disentangle yourself from the entire situation as soon as possible. Get some marriage counseling at the very least.
A: Engaging in any form of vandalism or defacing someone else's property, including writing on their vehicle with a window crayon, is considered an illegal act. While you may have felt anger and retaliation due to the situation with your partner, it is important to remember that taking the law into your own hands is not the appropriate course of action. It is recommended to handle personal disputes through legal and peaceful means, such as open communication, seeking counseling, or involving law enforcement if necessary. Engaging in vandalism can lead to potential legal consequences and further escalate the situation. It is crucial to respect the rights and property of others, even in emotionally charged situations.
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