My son's Rights as well as my own have been grossly violated. My son was taken from me with the use of 'Illegal Tactics', manipulation of the Courts, along with multiple, serious crimes being committed against both of us. My son's being Abused & Neglected to the point where it led to Physical Harm. He's also being Intimidated, punished, extremely brainwashed and threatened with Harm. C & Y came in on separate occasions and used inappropriate actions, ignored Abuse of a Child and agents committed serious crimes. Then I was threatened by a member of the DA's office, so I contacted AG Kathleen Kane & explained the situation. She refused to get involved. I was later falsely arrested, so I contacted her again for Help. She had an agent call me and he told they won't get involved, go hire a lawyer. When I told him I have no choice but to go to social media with this story! He then also 'threatened' me, just like the DA's office! This is a small fraction of the 'pain & suffering' Joey and I have endured and it continues on! HELP!
Sounds like a bad case but you will need a lawyer to help you through it
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Probably not a good idea for you to name someone online as you have done here, could easily get you sued. Recommend you contact the website owner and ask them to redact the names of the individuals you posted.
Do you have the tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars it would cost to sue the Attorney General's office and the state both of whom enjoy immunity from such suits?
Why don't you talk to a local family law attorney to get a better idea of the legal issues surrounding your situation.
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You can file anything you want, in that the court clerk will take your papers and your filing fee. However, the case would quickly be dismissed. Prosecutors, including the state Attorney General, have absolute immunity from being sued for damages arising from decisions they made as public officials. If there were no such rule, officials would spend all their time defending against lawsuits instead of doing their work. If you were falsely arrested you could sue for that, but only the police or the complainant, not the prosecutor. The police have qualified immunity, that is, they have immunity for actions taken in good faith. In some cases you can acquire a ruling that they did not act in good faith. If you were arrested, I recommend you focus on defending against the charges instead of thinking that you can deflect charges by suing public officials.
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