Wow, there are a lot of issues here and I'd love to do further research in the area. I don't think that it is a violation of your civil rights but there are property rights involved as well as the potential damage to your reputation. You may want to start by trying to get in front of a judge to get an injunction against this type of massive police action. It is one thing to surprise a probationer at home and it is another to raid a community en mass.
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Your commercial purpose will be definitely violated. Talk to the police officers to have the police action modified to a lesser degree of disturbance to your business. This is a balance of hardship analysis, the police power required for public interest versus your private property rights. Try to settle it. Edward C. Ip www.lawyer4property.com
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