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Old Aug 17th, 2007, 05:58 AM   #1
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I have 2 little girls and a year ago I noticed a camera on my neighbors house that was hidden pointing at my daughters window. I called the police and he was told to remove it. A week later he moved it again and kept moving it at night so he could get a beetr view of the window now.

Again he was told to remove it. We went through community mediation and he was instructed that if he wanted a camera up to not point it at our house.

1 year later I discovered another camera hidden in a tree pointing at our house again. This time I was pissed. I jumped the fence went into his yard and took the camera down. The police up to this point have not been doing anything about this saying he has a right to do this.

Now I have a ticket for trespassing.

I don't want to lay down and play dead on this issue. I want to raise Cain when I go to court about this neigbor. There are 7 options on the back of this ticket.

I want to do 2 of the 7 options.

1. A jury trial
2. Appeal to a higher court

Would this make sense at this time or am I wasting my time.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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Old Aug 18th, 2007, 01:38 AM   #2
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Personally I think you messed around with police way to much. Community mediation? Sounds like a bunch of bull****. Here is my solution. You, a friend, or someone who is capable catch this guy out and beat the ever loving **** out of him. Beat him senseless. I would bet that his candid camera days are over after that.
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Old Aug 19th, 2007, 01:07 PM   #3
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You can ask the police or DA to intervene. Many police depts will force the owner to move a camera that seems pointed directly at a neighbor. That issue has come up before, I think in this Forum as well. But I have seen it a dozen times as well. Do not break the law no matter how irritating this gets. Patience is best.
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