police got my housing program to help they. sent different people to my house every week pretening to be my case worker. They also moved me without me seeing the place or wanting it. Police followed me everywhere I went telling people I was a murderer. They tapped my phone for a long time.I tried to call for help but police stopped that. I got in touch with a lawyer once but I did not get to talk to him after about 1 week a man called me saying he was the lawyer I called he listened and said (yes we violated your rights and there is nothing you can do about it and then he hung the up the phone. There is so much more so much more. (Two Caseworkers Quit because of what the program was doing.
You might be able to get some help with housing, but this does not appear to be a criminal defense question, yet. Were you arrested for anything?
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