This guy is not on her lease, does not pay any bills but yet the bounty hunter broke a window to get into her home, pulled a gun on her, when she came down stairs to see why she heard glass break,left one of their badge in her home and business card. Harassing her, All because this guy's ex said that he lives with my daughter.Needless to say she moved and now they are looking for her, they came over my parents home guns drawn telling them that she will lose her son. Went to her fathers home for her. She doesn't have a warrant. Is it against the law to know someone? Is it her obligation to help them find this guy? Do they have the right to do this? She did file a police report on the broken window but she isnt convince they will arrest this bounty hunter. What are her rights?Can she get reimbursed for damages, can she sue for harassment?
No, no, and no. She could file a civil suit against the bounty hunter if law enforcement won't do anything.
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She should call a civil rights/personal injury attorney and get a consultation to address the many issues which this post raises. Generally speaking, they cannot act in this manner.
I agree with the previous two answers. You may also want to determine if here is an agency or regulatory authority that the bail bondsman report to and file a complaint there.
You need to find a civil rights attorney immediately. Tell your family to start recording their interactions with these people.
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