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I believe the attorney is behind the harassment and stalking and hired the investigator who put the tracking devices on the cars bugged the house and spread all kinds of horrible things about me. The attorney did this as a payback because my so-called friends told him the information that I passed onto them. They did this out of jealousy. I have been told that the information gathered by the investigator is passed on to the attorney and is used for entertainment. This is being done for revenge only. He is punishing me for trashing him. We want to know if a court order can be placed against us for tracking devices and bugging equipment in our house. If so, I would like to find out how to find this out. I would like to have a criminal background check on myself and anything else to help us. The botXXXXX XXXXXne is can court orders be placed against without our knowledge and how do we find out?
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