Way too vague of a question. Perform your due diligence -- examine the locale of the event and make sure that there are no potential hazards. Make sure that your property is safe. Depending on the type of event, further precautions can be taken.
Not a good plan at all. First of all, you will be committing perjury, which could result in criminal penalties. Second of all, you have just provided evidence to your DWI attorney by posting on this site (he can use your IP address to identify you as the poster).
This is exactly the reason why most attorneys, including myself, require retainer agreements. Pay him what is owed; he will beat you in court.
I agree with the other attorney answers. I would just like to add that it doesn't seem that you have any damages based on her actions; you can only collect monetary damages in small claims court. Your best bet is to continue calling the police when your neighbor acts inappropriately and keep your dog away from her. I wish you the best.
I am sorry that this has happened to you. Buffalo Police have a difficult job, but to be honest with you, they are not very well trained. I used to work for the City of Buffalo's Law Department and this type of behavior happens more than one would think. You should talk with a couple of lawyers in the area. You may have a case; act fast.
I would want to review the entire lease before I truly answer this question, but from what you have provided, it seems that as long as rent is current at the beginning of March the concession is still good. The last sentence seems to contain two separate clauses.
I agree with Attorney Bianchi. You should retain the video until it is requested by an investigator. Here is the USPS Inspection Service's website: https://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/. Having Tenant A contact the local police may also help.
CPS is just making sure that no molestation has occurred. Many time when children are abused, they do not readily admit the abuse. Your best bet is to cooperate as much as possible. I understand where you are coming from, but at this point, you need to let CPS investigate.
The judge issues the ruling on the motion. This is not at all uncommon -- most of the time, the judge will not rule on a motion from the bench (immediately after oral argument). Clerks serve many functions, and their responsibilities vary from judge to judge.