My question involves civil rights in the State of: Washington
Recently a dispute with a neighbor has caused me to install video
surveillance for our front yard. Since we live in a townhouse, only a
fence separates us. I live with my wife and two kids, and recently
his hostile attitude has us concerned for our safety, and that's why
the cameras are installed.
Yesterday, he walked outside and took three pictures of the camera,
claiming he was going to sue me for "Infringing on his rights."
Previously we contacted the police and have a report of his harassing
comments before installing the camera, and I spoke with the responding
officer yesterday, and he said we have nothing to worry about, but
maybe do some research online, so here I am.
If he takes me to court, I will lose time from my job, and possible my
wife and I will have to endure and cost of child care for our 1-year
old and 3-years old.
Does he have any chance in court? And what about our losses if we
have to go to court?
Much regards from the Evergreen State.