Hello again L!
Hmm, this is a tough situation. Freedom of Information Act on a federal agency or its equivalent on a state level would not get one any documents if there is an ongoing police investigation
about the matter. So this is not really an option.If one were to sue the government
, then this information would then possibly be able to be received via a process called DISCOVERY which is when a party requests evidence held by the other party. See here
As for statute of limitations, it depends on what is being claimed, exactly.TEXAS
INVASION OF PRIVACY - two year statute of limitations from action's date. Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code, 16.003(a). Stevenson v. Koutzarov, 795 S.W.2d 313, 319 (Tex. App – Houston [1st Dist.] 1990, writ denied)
INTENTIONAL INFLICTION OF EMOTIONAL DISTRESS - two years from action. Bhalli v. Methodist Hosp., 896 S.W.2d 207, 211 (Tex. App.- Houston [1st Dist.] 1995, writ denied)
for a good background information read on this topic.U.S. GOVERNMENT
This varies widely and depends on the situation, but generally, no more than 2-5 years or so.
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