I don't want, nor do I need the government to handle my business. And yes, he should seek recourse for the damage. But he can also be grateful for getting the car back in decent condition. Most in the D are not so fortunate.
Originally Posted by cdaiscool
Georgia court rules say it best; "Law comes before Equity". The suspect broke the law of stealing your car. If he is convicted of such a civil judgment should be fairly easy to get. Now I appreciate what you are saying but by going for the civil case first you may lose any claim for relief. As for using the evidence, if sufficient, in a failed criminal prosecution, I agree completely. Remember OJ? Skated on the killings and still lost the civil case.