By John Nichols – Family Lawyer (Texas)

This article discusses the complex array of civil and criminal penalties arising from statutory and common invasions of privacy and how to prosecute and defend litigation stemming from such invasions. This article also reviews the various causes of action, damages, and jail time, that can flow or result from illegally invading the most sacred of all personal rights, the right of privacy.

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John Nichols is the owner of Nichols Law, P.L.L.C., an accomplished, veteran law firm with a track record of astute judgment, unsurpassed knowledge of the law, and an often ingenious approach to solving legal problems that has produced uncommon, consistent results for its clientele. Since passing the Texas bar following his graduation from Rice University and law school, John Sr. has been a trailblazer, a prolific author, and a legal mentor in the Houston community and throughout Texas. Nichols Law, P.L.L.C. offers quality representation in all family law matters to people throughout Texas, throughout the country, and internationally. www.nicholslaw.com