Terrence H Thorgaard's answer If you have a child support order, you don't need to file a new suit; collect the CS order. If you have proof that he owns the business and vehicles, and he lied about it under oath, he can be prosecuted for perjury, and you can perhaps, once you prove it, get a writ of attachment.
Peter Briskin's answer This is a very difficult question to answer. Duration of the litigation process varies from case to case. It depends on a number of factors including how many parties are involved in the lawsuit, the complexity of the issues involved, The cooperation of counsel for the parties as well as the county the case is venued in, among other things. In certain situations there may be a preference that is applicable depending on the plaintiff which would accelerate the time for trial once discovery...
Andrew Bennett's answer It's not an absolute that he have a copy of the warrant when he arrests her, he needs to have a good faith basis there is a warrant. If he arrested her and there was no warrant then he opens himself and the department to a law suit. An officer does not have to read a person their constitutional rights when arresting the person, unless they are asking questions other than name, dob, address, etc. But if he asked her questions that would be considered custodial interrogation then he must read...
Brent T. Geers' answer Your first call should be to the city's housing or code enforcement office, or whatever it's called where you live. Generally, I think a court would determine this officer's actions permissible. I doubt you'll get out of all this with a bare claim that he's trespassing.
Grant St Julian III's answer Talk with the attorney representing you on your criminal case, but what exactly were the circumstances you are objecting to? Do you believe your case has been prejudiced by what occurred? Good luck.
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