If the FBI breaks your door down do they have to pay for it?
The FBI pounds on your door, states who they are, and then they wait a bit for you to open it. So you were warned, after a bit they'll break it down, but its really your fault at that point isn't it?
If the F.B.I. feels that they need to break your door down you have bigger problems to worry about.
No, because as far as they're concerned the door shouldn't have been resisting them in the first place.
It does depend on why they did this, need the facts.
If they have a warrant, no. If they were acting in exigent circumstances, and in good faith, no. If they broke it down because they turned up at the wrong address, yes.
I dont think they do. If you would've opened the door to let them in they wouldn't have busted the door down. My husband is a detective, the department don't pay for any damages they cause to someones home. If they need in it's probably for a reason ---I dont know very many people who have the FBI bust their door down and not have a good reason to do it.
Yea, If it's the wrong door!
usually, no. But if they made a mistake and raided the wrong house, then not only will they pay for the door, but a phat lawsuit settlement as well.
YES, BUT AFTER A VERY LONG PERIOD.
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