I have experienced the following fact scenario: 1) a state agency charged me with a crime 2) the state agency did not give me a copy of the formal charges 3) I can cite the state statute that outlines the state agency's duty to give me a copy of the formal charges 4) I informed the state of its duty to provide me the formal complaint 5) the state agency told me the information is privileged and confidential despite the state statute 6) the state agency still did not give me a copy of the charges.
Do i have a cause of action for fraud (concealment) since the state agency has a duty to provide me with the formal complaint and they have affirmatively refused to do so?
makes false statements later to prevent you from obtaining the formal charges. The state agency has an affirmative duty to provide you with the formal complaint
Your civil rights are extremely limited these days. What you see is what you get and government always wins.
You have no case.
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