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Regarding home invasion...should a senior citizen be continually harassed by B & E, Grand Larceny and Grand Theft, Burglary, and peeping via electronic surveillance, window and roof peeping via a one way ceiling (one way looking into the bedroom & bathroom & living room) who should he contact...a lawyer, or the DA?
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Regarding home invasion...should a senior citizen be continually harassed by B & E, Grand Larceny and Grand Theft, Burglary, and peeping via electronic surveillance, window and roof peeping via a one way ceiling (one way looking into the bedroom & bathroom & living room)

Response 1: Of course not.

who should he contact...a lawyer, or the DA?

Response 2: Contact the Police. Then if the Police does not do anything, contact DA.

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