I'm sorry, but your question makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Why would you bring them a trailer, is it theirs and in your possession, did they pay you to bring them one,, etc. Need more facts, and a much clear picture of your situation before an intelligent answer can be given.
Also, doubtful this is a civil rights area, so changed your practice area to litigation.
You asked the related question yesterday. The advice Remains the Same. Hire a lawyer to fully advised you based on your particular circumstances. There are simply too many variables to receive the proper advice here. The wrong step can result in worse consequences than you might imagine.
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I am sorry but if there is something that you wish a response to you must be clearer. what are the circumstances that lead you to believe that dropping a trailer in a lot will solve any problem that you have? Please try again.
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