My daughter has been diagnosed with a number of severe mental conditions and is physically disabled from a suicide attempt a few years ago. In May we had new neighbors move in. The neighbors bedroom is on the other side of the wall from my daughters bedroom. The neighbors are a young couple. The female has demonstrated a pattern of harassment
of my daughter by listening through the wall to her conversations and making harassing comments and bullying her. I've had to call the police on them twice. Is there any civil action
that can be brought against them?
JA: Can you tell me what state this is in? And how long has this been going on?
Customer: We're in Denver, Colorado. This has been going on since mid-July. The woman seems want to harass her even more on the days when she's having a severe mental episode that has almost pushed her to suicide attempts on a number of occasions.
JA: I'm sorry if I'm reading you wrong here, but it seems as though you might be considering committing suicide or hurting yourself. Am I right?
Customer: No. I'm referring to my 32 year old daughter.
JA: Okay. Let's try this again. How can I help you?
Customer: Is there any type of civil action that can be brought against the neighbors for this behavior?
JA: Has anything been filed or reported?
Customer: As I mentioned, I've called the police on them twice. Unfortunately, the police couldn't do anything without proof. I'm purchasing a digital recorder for that purpose tonight.
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: I have lived at my home for 28 years. The constant harassment of my daughter left me little choice but to purchase a new house.