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My mother is a direct line. Her cousins were members of the church, years ago, but I think she is the closest direct relative still alive. She first noticed the problem and talked to the priest to get the map.
are their criminal charges and who would be contacted, fed, state? does she sue the church or the state?
what type of attorney handles these cases?
is this a serious offense that is rare?
thank you, XXXXX XXXXX shocked that it happened. what category would these laws fall under? I thought maybe this would be a good story for this week end. As a civil war vet, does the fed govt get involved?
thank you- each state would have different laws, are the church and state separated in this issue?
Do i only have a certain time to ask you questions? i clicked on a free trial for a week, is this session part of the free trial? can I ask you about another legal issue? will our chat be saved on this website?
Ok - is there a specific legal area besides just civil litigation that would handle a cemetery problem?
thanks! i will ask the next question on the link.
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