Civil Court of Richmond County Georgia: Re:Alleged Phone Interception
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Civil Court of Richmond County Georgia: Re:Alleged Phone Interception

    1. Theresa Ingram
    2. Petition by

      Theresa Ingram

      Augusta, GA

This is extremely important, regarding safety of myself, family, and also public safety. There need to be tighter regulations on these "over the counter" spyware devices, and TOUGHER laws to those suspected of illegally "spying" on others without proper consent. In this case alleged two or more possible crimes are to be occuring in this above mentioned case with Hudson.  she first started out calling me well over 46 documented times, then abruptly stopped, then I was notified by a "friend" that Hudson has some type of "spyware" codes placed on my cell phones.This all stems from a pending case in 2010. I the victim  was not notified to the status of a pending case from 2010 from the above mentioned court, in which the accused Hudson had given me the vitcim a wrong name, and a warrant was filed for Hudson on the wrong name. On Sept 21 2012 there was a court date in which I the victim was not allowed to present facts on Hudson, why did the Judge not hear me when I stated this case is a revised case, due to the fact the accused gave me the wrong name?  Why wasn't the accused questioned in front of me?  Why did the Judge dismiss me before he gave the verdict? Also as to why the accused was set free? I truly would like for Ms. Hudson to be tried for the crimes. I the vitcim went back to the court house to check on the status of said case on October 15, 2012, a representative of the court clerk office stated that the case was dismissed  due to double jeopardy. As law states[T]he Double Jeopardy Clause protects against three distinct abuses: [1] a second prosecution for the same offense after acquittal; [2] a second prosecution for the same offense after conviction; and [3] multiple punishments for the same offense.In Blockburger v. U.S., 284 U.S. 299 (1932), the Supreme Court held that punishment for two statutory offenses arising out of the same criminal act or transaction does not violate the Double Jeopardy Clause if 'each provision requires proof of an additional fact which the other does not. 'Now in my case Hudson had not been tried in Augusta Richmond County court under Dinease Hudson prior to Sept 21 2012. A Motion to Vacate is being requested.

Also for the Court of Richmond County to be investigated. People lives are being played with. Help stop terrorism and bullying on the smallest scale, before it becomes larger than life.

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    1. Still at it again!

      Theresa Ingram
      Petition Organizer

      Some "unknown" person or persons tried to close this petition, that I've truly forgotten about! Jesus works in mysterious ways! Thanks Change.Org for notifying me,

    2. REACHED THE SIGNATURES NEEDED. STILL WELCOME MORE!!

      Theresa Ingram
      Petition Organizer

      Reached my 100 signatures! Thank You Jesus! Thank you my supporters for believing in me.

    3. Reached 100 signatures
    4. Cell Phone Spying

      Theresa Ingram
      Petition Organizer

      Cell Phone Spying Software Affordable, Powerful

      A 2009 report from the Department of Justice found that one-quarter of the 3.4 million stalking victims in the U.S. reported cyberstalking, and GPS technology and other forms of electronic monitoring were used to stalk one in 13 victims.

      "GMA" found thousands of sites promoting cell phone spying software, boasting products to "catch cheating spouses," "bug meeting rooms" or "track your kids." Basic cell phone spying software costs as little as $50, but for a higher price the software enables anyone to anyone.

      "Someone can easily install a spyware program on your phone that allows them to see every single thing you do all day long, via the phone's video camera," Siciliano said.

      "GMA" spent $350 to get the features that remotely activate speaker phones, intercept live calls and instantly notify you every time a call is made.

    5. WIRE TAP ACT

      Theresa Ingram
      Petition Organizer

      Wiretap Act

      The "Wiretap Act" (the "Act") is a federal law that is aimed at protecting your privacy in your communications with other persons. Typically, when you think of a "wiretap," the first thing that comes to mind is someone listening to your telephone calls. But, the Act protects more than that.

      Under the Act, it is illegal to:

      Intentionally, or purposefully,
      Intercept, disclose, or use the contents of
      Any wire, oral, or electronic communication
      Through the use of a "device"
      The Act provides criminal and civil penalties for violations, and it has various exceptions to when interceptions and disclosures are not illegal.

      Although the Act defines most of these terms, federal cases that interpret the Act play a large role in understanding their meaning and how they apply to any particular case or situation.

    6. Reached 5 signatures

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    • Anita Kanitz STUTTGART, GERMANY
      • 10 months ago

      Bullying and stalking are heinous crimes and must be punished with long prison sentences.

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    • R M BOERNE, UNITED STATES
      • almost 2 years ago

      My computer and cell phone have been "hacked" by my ex-husband's adult children (and "company") for the last three years. They have used all manner of illegal surveillance in an attempt to gain information about me and psychologically destroy and overwhelm me, clearly hoping that I will "give up" and lose custody of my three-year old son. I have been to the FBI and Secret Service and the sheriff's department even opened a case but dropped it. I later found out that some of the accused perpetrators were "friends of the police." Technology is out of control and laws have not kept up. I am passionate about this issue because I KNOW how it can destroy lives. Our rights are disappearing more and more every day and no one seems to be doing anything about it!

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      • almost 2 years ago

      This sounds like someone up top had gotten paid to "drop" a case. Sneaky. Yes I say reopen this case from the beginning, that's how you will get the right justice for all involved.

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    • Nigel Tyson THOMSON, GA
      • almost 2 years ago

      This smells foul. Breaking into people's phones? Why hasn't the court hear the facts? That's why I hate Augusta ga. I bet the Dinese person know someone in law enforcement . Or paid off judges. Foul foul foul.

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    • E E YPSILANTI, MI
      • almost 2 years ago

      something is wrong with this court. spyware on a phone is wrong.

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