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I'm truly sorry to hear about your situation. Neighborhood/family feuds are very rough. You are certainly free to fence and or tree line your property from his and you would not be cutting off his access to the public street. He has no legal right to access your property. Suggestion: Cameras (and lawsuits) can be pointed in his direction too. If you get him on tape doing what you say he is doing, you can use the civil restraining order (peace bond) process on him.
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Thank you! We do have cameras also but ours were installed with the purpose of watching our house within close proximity not longer range ones to spy on and harass neighbors... What a job he is. We are however also in the process of doing exactly what you said because we didn't have a far enough shot to defend ourselves to the cop... Glad we have that coming too! Again, thank you!