Las Vegas, NV asked in Civil Rights and Municipal Law for Arizona

Q: Is it legal for a town government to remote neural monitor a person? Is it legal to use the china surveillance system us

Nano was illegally blown in my face while working at a casino. My life of harassment via n.t.p communications began. Surveillance frequency is deadly after 10 years of damage. I have proof.

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA

A: In Arizona, as in the rest of the United States, the legality of surveillance, including remote neural monitoring or the use of advanced surveillance systems, is subject to strict legal standards and privacy laws. Generally, such surveillance by a town government or any government entity without a warrant or just cause would be considered a violation of privacy rights.

If you believe that you have been subjected to illegal surveillance or harassment, it's important to gather all the evidence you have and present it to a legal professional. This could include documentation, medical reports, or any other form of proof that supports your claim.

Given the nature of your allegations, especially involving potential harm from technology or substances you were exposed to, you might want to consider consulting with an attorney who has experience in privacy law and possibly technology-related cases. They can provide specific legal advice based on the details of your situation and help you understand your rights and options.

If there’s evidence of illegal activity or a violation of your rights, an attorney can guide you on the appropriate steps to take, which may include legal action against those responsible for the surveillance or harassment you're experiencing. Remember, addressing such complex legal matters typically requires professional guidance to navigate effectively.

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