upon arrest my p.o. removed my ring,when i picked up my property my $3,000 ring was not in my property im sure it was on video they have cameras therethe only description on the my property report was a ring, i was told it was negligence that the write protocol was not used. of course i asked my p.o. where's my ring she was rude and just shook her shoulders. I filed a complaint, and asked for a investigation but was denied.
Absolutely yes, you can sue. You can sue practically anyone for anything.
Whether or not you can prevail is another matter and will turn on the facts. Don't be s sure about that video....
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I agree with Mr. Rafter. You can sue, but whether you have a good case or not requires a detailed analysis by a qualified lawyer.
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