It's illegal for the neighbor to open or destroy mail addressed to somone else. Threats are a different issue, a threat does not necessarily mean that the action referred to will follow. Therefore, the person does not have to give the mail to the addressee, but they are required to return it to the postal carrier, place in a mail box or return to the post office. Don't talk to him directly about it. Let the post office deal with that problem. Just report to them what was said and that the mail was delivered there accidentally. Yes, it is a Federal offense to interfere with the mail but it will only cause you problems if you deal with it directly. Call your local postmaster or better yet, go see him in person. The threat isn't really illegal, but he can't knowingly throw it away. Not only is that illegal, any crime involving mail is a federal offense and punishable by severe penalties. You could contact you local branch of the US Postal Inspector for more information.
no, you can spy on a neighbor as long as you do not get in their yard or threaten them.
threaten him that you will call the cops if he does it again and if he does call the cops and charge him for tresspassing on your property.
Since I don't know where you are from, I will tell you how it is in NC. If you verbally threaten your neighbor, if they choose to they can go and take a warrant out for Communicating Threats for up to two years at the Magistrate office. If the magistrate finds enough probable cause that it was a possible threat then a warrant will be issued for your arrest.
Get a restraining order or move away.
You have a few options. You can: * Be a total dick to your neighbor, pester him until he removes the vehicle. * Threaten to take legal action * Ask politely and wait for then to move it * Move the vehicle onto their property without asking The last two options may keep you on good terms with your neighbor, but you can't do much.
She is threaten to marry Paris by her father
The adverb form of threaten is threateningly.
Don't you dare threaten me.He used the knife to threaten the police, so they tasered him.
Well depends, really if you threaten anyone you can get into some kind of trouble, but government employees it depends, you could have a certain agency called on you or others just depends, but if i was you i wouldn't.Added: Not enough information is given about the situation to give a meaningful answer. It dpends on the circumstances. If the threat was made to coerce the employee into, or out of, performing some part of his assigned duties, yes, it would be a VERY serious offense. If it was simply a neighbor-to-neighbor type of altercation/threat, simply BECAUSE of the person's job alone, probably not.
It is illegal to threaten anyone's life.
The noun form of the verb to threaten is the gerund, threatening.
There is no freedom that gives you the right to threaten the governor, or anyone for that matter. You have the right to criticize, but not the right to threaten.