My question involves civil rights in the State of: Texas
So here is the situation. Yesterday morning, my car, along with 13 others, was towed without warning from a campus parking lot that is now undergoing renovations. This parking lot is completely open to students and faculty 24/7, and is used everyday for parking for students that live in student apartments across the street.
Yesterday morning however, the campus launched a re-paving project in this parking lot and removed any vehicles by towing them to an adjacent lot roughly 150-300ft away, where most students couldn't even see their vehicles. There was no prior warning sent out, concerning the renovation of this parking lot, or any others, on any platform that students could access. No email, website postings, mail, or even posted signs. And then there was not any notice after the fact.
I only eventually found my vehicle by contacting campus police. I learned the identity from campus police and then contacted the campus employee that had authorized the removal of the vehicles, who claimed that "Ample Notice Had Been Sent Out Several Weeks In Advance" and that they had simply "Scooted the cars out of the way".
After all of this, I would simply like to know if there is any legal precedent allowing me to file charges against either the employee that authorized the removal, or the campus itself. If you could, I would also like you to link me to some penal codes or any Texas laws if they do so exist.
Thank You in advance and I wish you a wonderful day.