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if he's just yelling and unscrewing light bulbs, no. but if he makes a move on the dog, then yes. problem is it'll be your word against his, and he's dead.
That seems more like a solution, but maybe this is jeopardy and we are answering in the form of a question, if that is the case then you nailed it.
Might be better to just beat him up like in the good old days.I'm no THE JUDGE though.
Tear down your fence.
trim, give me your gpc login so i can give this poor fella some advice
man Trim, you get in the CRAZIEST situations!
Quote from: Kat Kid on June 28, 2012, 09:35:02 PMThat seems more like a solution, but maybe this is jeopardy and we are answering in the form of a question, if that is the case then you nailed it.just look at the okcat thread, katkid. people around here have a lot of sympathy for the dead, even when they don't know them or they are assholes. so the dead guy starts off with all the marbles.
Serious answer: it's going to cost you (or any of us) $50,000 in legal fees to resolve even a rightful shooting. So really this is a financing question and not a legal question. I recommend Bank of America.