It really depends on the situation. The most obvious things would be surveillance by a private investigator, witness testimony, phone records that are legally obtained, pictures and credit card and bank statements of strange transactions. You cannot access another person’s email without their permission, as it would be a federal offense.
The NC Legislature has voted on whether to abolish these actions for several years, and each year the bill does not pass. I can’t give you an estimate, because it is up for debate all the time. You should contact your Congressperson for more information.
Shonnese D. Stanback
The Rosen Law Firm
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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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