What do I do when the police keep letting a person off?

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What do I do when the police keep letting a person off?

This person has been arrested for breaking and entering, she was running from Human Service (she called and said she was hooked on prescription drugs while expecting) and then ran from them for a month. Also, she drove on a flat tire with a new baby in the car until the rim was completely gone, then ran a stop sign, almost hit an offficer, got pulled over with expired plates and faked a medical emergency. She has gotten completely away with everything. What should I do? This person has gotten in to my family and is completely destorying us.

Asked on December 16, 2012 under Criminal Law, Wisconsin

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

If the person that you are writing about has damaged your own property and nothing has been done by law enforcement for you, then you need to consult with an attorney to look into the matter for you and file for an injunction and damages in the civil arena.


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