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When the authorities wrongly arrest the innocent, the individual arrested is severely harmed. The unlawful taking of your liberty should not be tolerated. You can fight back against police misconduct by filing a lawsuit for money damages. A false arrest, in addition to taking your personal freedom, can disrupt employment, family responsibilities and other activities, and often causes severe mental distress. A wrongfully arrested person faces the stigma of that arrest even when they are exonerated. If you have been wrongly arrested, you should recover money to compensate you for the harm you have suffered, and the government agency which employed the officer should be held accountable. Lawsuits for money damages are often more effective in helping to stop police misconduct than filing an internal affairs complaint.
If you have been falsely arrested and the charges against you were dismissed without an admission of guilt, or if you won your case at trial, then you may be able to obtain money damages against the police officers who arrested you. We have a proven track record of obtaining money damages for clients who have been falsely arrested.
If you have been arrested or detained when the police did not have probable cause, you may receive money damages to compensate you for the police misconduct which led to your unjust arrest.