Legal Question in Civil Litigation in North Carolina

I just discovered that the mother of my 14 year old son's girlfriend has been sneaking him to her house (when the GF is there as far as we know) when he was supposed to be other places, lying directly to our faces about many thing (one time in an attempt to trick us into letting him spending the night at their house), and has text with him approximate 3000 times in the last 3 months. I have the last couple of days content and they are disturbing ("I need a fix.", making plans for him to sneak out of the house and ride his bike to their house at 6am along 8 miles of busy streets... but only after her husband leaves for work, picking him up for 1.5 hour lunch with just the two of them on school holidays without telling me or his mother, etc). How difficult is it to get the content of the rest of the 3000 text messages? It seems like in this situation, it should be doable.

Asked on 11/14/12, 6:40 am

1 Answer from Attorneys

James DeMay Ferguson, Scarbrough & Hayes, P.A.

You need to contact the police.

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Answered on 11/14/12, 7:08 am

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