That would be a decision for law enforcement. Swearing in and of itself is not necessarily a crime but it could be that the actions rise to the level of criminal activity. You can check with law enforcement. You can also apply for an order of protection through family court and if the order is granted then further negative actions could be considered a violation and subject the person to arrest. Good luck.
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Not for free speech. You may want to get an order of protection or a PINS , person in need of supervision, petition for you son. Consult with a local family law attorney.
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Doubtful. Would you really want them arrested? It's out of your hands once you call the police and you can't just simply drop the charges.
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Using police to control the behavior of your loved ones is a bad plan. You could uncork a genie that will wipe out your family and send all your money into lawyers' pockets.