Ex-sister in law called child protective services on us. How do we file for harassment or invasion of privacy?
My ex-sister in law called child protective services on us. They came and it's "on record". We are in a doctor supervised program with our daughter and have proof that we take good care of our daughter (working with a nutritionist, physical therapist, occupational therapist and our doctor). We would like to file charges against her for invading our privacy; maybe even harassment charges. How do we go about it? Thank you.
The police or sheriff - and prosecutor (District Attorney) decide on charges so you need to report it to them - but I think it is unlikely they will file anything based on what you have said here....
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