Yes, he was wrong to do it. But what damages have you suffered that you want to recover if you sue him? For example, you'd have to show the judge that you suffered monetary damages caused by this in a dollar amount. If there is a specific law in your jurisdiction instantly allowing you damages for this type of conduct, you'd have to consult with a local attorney.
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You really should post this question on the Avvo board for Indiana lawyers. Laws can vary greatly from state to state. An Ohio attorney might tell you that you can a good cause of action, but perhaps under Indiana law -- or Illinois law, Kentucky law, etc. -- the answer might be something completely different.
If you want to find out what your options are under Indiana law, you need to reach out to attorneys with an Indiana law license.Ask a similar question