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Unfortunately, you cannot make a prosecutor take on a case that he doesn't want to prosecute. Additionally government employees acting within the scope of their employment are immune from suit or prosecution unless there is a statute that says they can be sued.
So you can't generally get government workers prosecuted. Instead, you have to sue them for the property damage they caused you when they violated your civil rights. You need to find a civil litigator that is not afraid to go head-to-head with local authorities or a civil rights lawyer.
Unfortunately, because of the terms of service of this website, we cannot direct you to a specific lawyer or law firm. We can only refer you to the same services that we lawyers ourselves use when we need to find a lawyr in a different state or specialty and don't know of anyone personally. You can try the Tennessee State Bar Association's Lawyer Referral service and see if they can recommend an attorney in your area. For a broader range you can try Martindale.com or Avvo.com.
You might want to reach out to the American Civil Liberties Union for a referral as well. Their specialty is civil rights and they have chapters all over the country. They may be able to recommend an experienced Tennessee civil rights lawyer who won't be intimidated by the local Good Old Boys' Network.
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