My ex-boyfriend was bailed out of jail and put on house arrest he decided to cut off his bracelet and run from the cops so we haven't talked since that bail bondsman since then has been coming to my house which he was on house arrest at a completely different address and they still insist on breaking into my house when I'm not home because they think they hear people in here to catch him and he has not been here and he was not here what are my rights in this matter like I don't understand how they can do that screaming my name at the top of my lungs in front of all my neighbors like I'm so glad I wasn't home but I'd be so embarrassing
It is most likely illegal for the bail bondsman, or anyone else to do this. They would most likely be guilty of trespassing and disorderly conduct. You should report this to the police. If the police do not do anything about it, then you can file for a protective order in civil court against the bail bondsman. You can then ask the police to enforce the protective order.
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It was difficult understanding everything you wrote because of this one run-on sentence. Perhaps next time if you could start each sentence with a capital letter and and with A punctuation mark.
Bondsman have a greater rights than police officers to enter onto property.As long as they have a reasonable suspicion that the fugitive is there, they can enter onto properties without warrants.
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