I am reading his inquire and working on it. Thank you. José M attorney in law
Thank you. Will you reply by email?
No, just now, wait please
I am terrible sorry for the situation you are now
Well, the defend will be in several steps
First one, denounce in the Police if the neighbour treth you any time, and so many time as he does
Once you put several denounces againts him your attorney could ask for the restraining order
To denouce, what evidence do I have to provide?
So, you will need patient and get several facts to denounce and make the denounces at the police station
Its valid all kind of probes that concludes the facts
Video, witness, ans so on
I mean all the ways you could goet in order to probe the behavoiur of him
OK - the police have said they will not take action. Can I insist that they do if I denounce her?
And if the police does not take care, denounce in court directly
OK, that answers that question.
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Thank you and have a good day
So I need to collect evidence - I think it will be difficult to get many witnesses as she is very clever about what she does when other people are around. Will my statement be sufficient in some cases?
Yes, in most cases if the facts are serious enought the court could ask him to go and decide. Its the way to get pacefull on neibourhood
Thank you - it is good to know that there is a course of action for me.
Most times the denounced gets an small fine in order to stop on facts
Sure you have chance to defend your self
Denounce her and do it somany times you need
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