i share a child in common with a gentelman who has recently gotten married and the new wife is employed through a state goverment agency and is accessing private information about me and relaying it to my minor child the things that she is relaying are causing my son mental and emotional upsetwhat are my legal rights has she commited a crime by useing the agencys computer and programs to access my information because there is no need to know this information except for negative and damageing purposes the only proof i have is that of my thirteen year old sons word of information provided to him by this woman
Country relating to Question: United States
i just recieved this information last night plan to make phone calls to resources in the morning
HiYes, she could be charged with a crime of privacy invasion, as long as the documents are not public information. Most things that go through a court are public record. It would be up to the policy of the state agency as to whether she should be using the computer for anything other than work. That would not be a crime in itself, but possible cause for termination as per the state agency's policies.Please note that if you need more information, you can use the Reply to Expert to Continue the Conversation. Otherwise, I would appreciate positive ratings so that I get credit for my time and information. This will NOT close your question. It will remain active for future follow ups.If you cannot see where to Rate me, please let me know so I can report it to the administrators of the site.Thank you.
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