Robert Jason De Groot's answer You need to hire an attorney for this. The car has been siezed, yes it has already happened. The point here is that in order to do anything about it, you need to get an attorney.
Howard Berkson's answer Probably. However, doing so opens the door to conflicts of interest. The judge should not preside over a case in which he or she has ever been involved as an attorney, as an investigator, as a witness, or in any other non-neutral role.
Howard Berkson's answer As to the signage, it depends on the section of the county in which the fence is located and whether it is within any city limits. However, regardless of the sign issue, if your fence is on your property and your neighbor has piled stuff against your fence, then your neighbor has probably trespassed. You don't necessarily need a sign to take legal action against someone for trespassing. The damage to your fence could be either trespass to chattels or conversion, both of which are actionable...
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