My question involves criminal law for the state of: Wyoming
My child turned 18 in December 08. Then got arrested in March for DUI and eluding. Then got released on probation and eventually got another DUI that revoked the 1st probation. They plea bargained to serve a total of 20 days to drop the 2nd DUI. On the day set for release the Prosecutor then served 4 Felony charges based on the interrogation of another intoxicated teenager. So the new charges prevented the release. Then the pretrial was not allowed on 3 different days claiming Judge away. Now at the pretrial for the new charges the Judge ordered my child to be released to my home on an ankle monitor because the Judge, PO Officer, Defense Attorney, and myself are concerned for his mental and physical well being. The Prosecutor argued hard to not allow the release but the Judge allowed it. The release is now tomorrow and I have discovered that the Prosecutor has members of his staff or private detectives following me around when I go out. I absolutely know for a fact that they are as I live in a very small community and it is obvious. My first question is, is it legal for the Prosecutor to have me under surveillance just because my kids in trouble? I also suspect my phone is being monitored too because of extreme changes in the audio quality and phone behavior. My second question is, if these things are being done by the Prosecutor legally will there be documentation of these activities that I can access or request after the surveillance ends? There are a number of things the Prosecutor has done that make it very apparent he doesn't like my kid. I think some of the tactics he has used may have violated my child's civil rights but the Court appointed Defense Attorney is so busy with all the other clients they can't address these possible violations. Sorry for the long story but I'm worried about my kid.
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