The other respondents to your inquiry are correct - your action was lawful because you had a legal right to stand where you did. One cannot claim a privacy interest in something that they display for the world to see. You are fine.
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There is no expectation of privacy for things placed on the porch being viewed by others. If you receive any more threats be sure to document it. Document everything and don't admit to anything. Try Avvo's "Find a Lawyer" service if you decide that you need an attorney..
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I agree with the other attorney. I will suggest to be very cautious with speaking to that person.
Obviously she has something in her mind that can create problems for you. Better consult an attorney . Why i say that? Because she is the Manager meaning represents the landlord and you may have other issues
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