depends on your location. you can search the school websites and view their calendars.
No it is not against the law. People have cars that they're not using or old cars that aren't in use anymore sitting in their yard. It does not break any law as long as it is parked on your property unless the vehicle is parked on public property.
It's YOUR home isn't it? Did somebody break into your home and leave their contraband there??? PUHLEEZ!
You can drive into the car you want to break when it is parked. It would be best to do this with an old, cheap car that you don't care about.
If the person is ignorant and angry it should make it that much easier to break up with them. You can have a friend or friends with you when you break up and be you do so in a quiet, but public place. If you receive any threats after the break up from this person then report them to the police.
You should only use an emergency break if, A: Your breaks have stopped working or B: You are parked on an incline/hill
The Police break up because they wanted to be solo, they had arguments and fights, and they couldn't stand with each other.
why won't the police help me after my landlord sent someone to break into my home
No they are not. Not randomly at any rate. However if they have probable cause to believe that there is evidence that pertains to the crime, then they are allowed to access that room or item that they believe to hold that evidence as outlined in the search warrant.
No, because it will break the fourth amendment stating that no unreasonable searches or seizures can be preformed. The police also need probable cause and the permission of the parents as a witness to search a minor.
Under the constitution 4th, 5th, and 14th amendments an illegal search and seizure can not be used to convict a person. In 1950 a woman in Ohio had an illegal search done by the police and they seized evidence while in her home. The case went to the Supreme Court and she won her case.