she is threatning me and sent me to jail once before for no reason and the judge knew she was making it up so he dropped the last charges and she is going through everything and i wanted to know if that is legall
Technically it is not legal for her to open your mail. But realistically how can you prove it if the mail goes to her house? And if you are 18 why are you living with your mother?
I think you should move out, get your own place, and put in a change of address with the post office. Then she can't go through your mail. If your mother is trying to have you charged with a crime such that you end up in front of a judge, it's time to move.
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Move out, that is the solution rather than reporting a federal crime against your own mother.
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I'm going to go in a different direction then just tell you to move out. Here's what I would want to know before answering the question, 1) OK your 18, but have you graduated from high school yet? 2) Assuming you have not graduated yet but will this year, then what did you do that made your mother call the police? (Did you do something to her?) 3) Is there any reason she might be opening your mail?(I.e., to make sure your not doing something you should be?) Finally, is there anything that you can think of that can help you fix your relationship with your mother?
Only you know what's really going on here. Only you can fix it. Moving out is a quick fix but that won't fix the actual problem between you and your mother. Good luck.
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