I look forward to the follow-up on the tagger.
Surely the satisfaction of getting some kind of punishment enforced would be worth the cost and effort?
Is there an official list somewhere of which laws will be prosecuted, which will be ignored, and what made up laws will be enforced with vigor?
I've taken people to small claims court three times (and won each time). It's relatively inexpensive, and only takes a few hours of court time + preparation. Go there as prepared as you can be, with photos, witnesses, estimates for repair, and whatever other supporting evidence you can bring and you'll have a good chance of winning.
Our Holiday party was at the Concourse and the flood knocked out power. We left before we know what was going on but I'm glad we did because the power never came back on and everyone was tossed out early. Bummer.
Congrats! It's about time you caught a break.
Small Claims Court cost me a $50 processing fee and a few hours of my time. Well worth it!
SUE SUE SUE!Can you post his picture on the front door?
The San Francisco police department supposedly has a graffiti photo archive system with automated recognition so they can catch repeat offenders around the city. When last it was talked about at the self-aggrandizing Zero Graffiti San Francisco event it sounded like vaporware, but maybe... just maybe...
Just imagine the joy when you get a judgement, he doesn't pay, and then you have a sheriff seize his car!!!
How much is a 1985 Nissan Sentra with tinted windows, spinning rims and a giant rear spoiler worth these days?