Q: I've been under surveillance for several weeks by what I assume is the FDLE Fusion center investigators
Based on their attire. They have not spoken to me or presented me with any kind of warrant. Recently I discovered they're in my attic watching inside the house 24/7 they will not acknowledge me. Can local police remove them from the property since they have no warrant or are these my new a**hole upstairs neighbors?
If you believe that law enforcement officers are conducting surveillance in your attic without a warrant, it is within your rights to contact local police to investigate the situation.
The Fourth Amendment protects against unreasonable searches and seizures, and if there is no warrant or probable cause, such an intrusion into your home may be unlawful.
However, it is crucial to ensure that there is evidence of their presence before involving the police. If law enforcement is indeed involved, there should be official documentation or justification for their actions.
In cases where your privacy is being compromised without legal grounds, you might also consider speaking with an attorney to explore your legal options and protect your rights.
Remember, any action taken should be through proper legal channels to ensure your safety and adherence to the law.
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