Did you get a reply?
Man i put in a reply and it didn't send let me see if I can remember what I asked. What do you mean by "need to determine how the neighbor go involed and the interaction my friend had." When we have been out in passing of the neighbor there is nothing said and no interaction. No one has ever complained about arguing with one another or anything. The office informed us that they filed a complaint when my friend accidentally dropped something on there balcony, knocked on their door, and asked to retrieve it, but other than than the office did not say anything else to us about disturbing them or arguing with them. I thought about filing a complaint on the neighbors a while ago because once we were coming home with my daughter and he was standing outside his door yelling and doing some chant, but I just ignored it. I probably would not do any good to file one now? If I write a letter, get other neighbor to write on the character of my friend would that be good to bring to court? He has never been accused of this typy of behavior before, what kind of punishment is he facing? I just don't get how they could have believed the neighbors why would my friend do something like that and is a stay at home dad he was watching my daughter while I was gone that day and just took the trash out. Anyway thanks for this.
Once more question, would the fact that the office has no record of there being a problem in our building between the two be proof/admissable/or relevant?
Well thank you this is a terrible situation and seems very hopeless but thank you so much for your quick responses.
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