Andrew L. Bennett's answer Your options are to ask to speak to the supervisors of the officers or the chief of police. Another option would be to contact the prosecutors office and schedule an appointment to speak with a prosecutor. Have you also contacted the local media?
Paul Stanko's answer Very good question! While there is a presumption of legality of local ordinances, there may be an overreach here. Have an attorney review the ordinance to see if there is a constitutional violation.
Paul Stanko's answer A lot depends on the size of your backyard. You should probably review local ordinances on noise, parking, etc. Your municipality or political subdivision will have ordinances on file. If you have any concerns, contact an attorney, or perhaps even your zoning board.
Terrence Rubino's answer it sounds like a question involving the recent controversy at munster indiana hs. there are valid points on both sides but ultimately it is up to the school board to decide. a legal challenge is academic at this point because the board has apparently retreated from the proposal. this shows that voicing one's opinions sometimes works. good luck and congratulations.
Michael E. Polen Jr.'s answer This is likely governed by a local ordinance. Given that every municipality is different, there is no easy answer. You will have to check with the local authority. A permit may also be required depending on the local ordinance.
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