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1. Do I have a law suit around things being released from my house to my ex husband? This resulted in him getting a restraining order to keep me away from our business after which he stole all of our assets.
2. When/how do police return things they have taken?
3. How can I best look into what is going on with my ex husband and police? Is there a suit one can pursue for biases like letting a drunk driver drive home if he got there safely in the end?
4. I have two sworn statements from witnesses to my ex's drinking and erratic driving. Is this enough to file a motion to at least have him doing UA's since he is expecting them from me.
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I have just one question left and this is why my family law attorney is dragging his feet.
Since the police let him go (in less than a minute with no tests) won't he just argue that he was fine?
So, the question is, can witnesses make a more powerful statement than the cops did by letting him go?
Can I sue him if I find the evidence that he stole assets or can I sue my lawyer who gave the case away?
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