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    My question involves civil rights in the State of: New York
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    2/12/2020
    Where can we find the civil and civic laws for the rights of a person running for US Presidential candidate relative to a house being broken into and pieces of campaign literature stolen? Please be specific with the case law or statute, what volume or book or constitution where what you say to be supported is in. Also what division of the courts system would this be in, example civil court etc...

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    Default Re: Civil Rights for a Presidential Candidate

    If one's house is broken into they call law enforcement. If they happen to be running for President of the US they shouldn't find it hard to find such a LEO.

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    Your request makes no sense. Someone breaking into another's home and stealing things from it is a criminal matter.

    You were asking questions for California before and now New York? Is this an actual issue or are you just making up something?

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    Default Re: Civil Rights for a Presidential Candidate

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    Where can we find the civil and civic laws for the rights of a person running for US Presidential candidate relative to a house being broken into and pieces of campaign literature stolen?
    I don't entirely understand what you're asking, but breaking and entering and burglary laws are not matters of "civil rights," and a person's status as a presidential candidate is of no relevance whatsoever (i.e., such a person has no special or unique rights in such a situation).


    Quote Quoting donerightonce
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    Please be specific with the case law or statute, what volume or book or constitution where what you say to be supported is in. Also what division of the courts system would this be in, example civil court etc...
    You can easily google to find "New York burglary laws." Neither the federal Constitution nor the New York Constitution is of any relevance, and no one here is going to do case research for you. Burglary and breaking and entering are crimes and, as such, obviously would be handled in criminal court.

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    Default Re: Civil Rights for a Presidential Candidate

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    My question involves civil rights in the State of: New York
    New York
    2/12/2020
    Where can we find the civil and civic laws for the rights of a person running for US Presidential candidate relative to a house being broken into and pieces of campaign literature stolen?
    A candidate for public office has the same rights as any other person in the country. If a person's home is broken into and things are stolen from the home that's the crime of burglary. A victim of such a crime makes a complaint with the local law enforcement agency and perhaps files a claim for compensation with his/her home insurance company. In other words, the candidate does the exact same thing you or I would do in that situation. There are no special laws just for candidates for office for this.

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