A: No, repo men are not allowed to cause a public disturbance and/or assault you. You may want to consider pressing charges against the men individually and pursuing an action against the repo company and/or your creditor.
A: The answer is not necessarily. You don’t say where the child is now or why and when custody was transferred. Depending on the circumstances, you may want to try to obtain possession of the child and then immediately petition the chancery court for custody. However, not having physical possession of the child will not prevent you from obtaining custody if the court finds that it is in the child’s best interests.
A: What is your question? The excerpt does not mean that the ability to drive is a right. This part of the holding is referring to an individual’s right to operate a motor vehicle free from interference from law enforcement absent a good faith belief, or observation, of criminal conduct on the part of the driver or other occupants. These are different issues.