What to Do If You’re Falsely Arrested
A false arrest is a case in which an individual is arrested and held by law enforcement officials erroneously, either without sufficient probable cause or without a valid warrant for arrest. In some cases of false arrest, individuals have the right to compensation; however, not all cases of false arrest are illegal. Thus, if you believe yourself or a loved one has been falsely arrested contact the Civil Rights Attorneys at Schalk, Ciaccio & Kahn who can help you determine whether you have sufficient grounds to file a lawsuit for false arrest. If you have been falsely arrested, it’s essential to contact our office quickly to go over the facts of your case. Together, you and our team of lawyers will determine whether the police had probable cause for your arrest, or whether they violated your legal rights during your arrest and any subsequent incarceration.
Because it can be difficult to determine whether you were falsely arrested, the assistance of an experienced team of lawyers with your case can be invaluable. Our nationally recognized staff of trial attorneys is on your side and will work with you to obtain the compensation you are owed.