This apparently does not belong in the Criminal Defense area. You are talking about suing someone, which would be a civil issue.
Only the District Attorney (or, in some cases, the Attorney General) can file a criminal action.
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My colleague is correct, this sounds like a civil matter and you should consult with a civil practitioner. If the police are not involved, then there will not be a criminal prosecution, which the DA's dictate, etc. Seek out a good, local civil attorney. Good luck.Ask a similar question
This is a civil matter for which you need a civil attorney.
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