Have you been a victim of false arrest? Speak with a false arrest attorney immediately about your rights. Contact Diwan Law, 404-635-6883, for a free consultation!
A false arrest can occur with or without police involvement. Many false arrest claims involve private security.
Retail stores, supermarkets, hotels, apartments, bars, and many other businesses and venues hire private security firms to monitor their premises. Unfortunately, security officers and law enforcement professionals sometimes overstep their authority and restrain people in a manner that violates a person’s civil rights.
A FALSE ARREST ATTORNEY CAN HELP PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS
What is False Arrest?
False arrest is the restraint or detention by one person of another without lawful justification for any length of time. It can occur any time one person restrains another against his or her will or takes another into custody without consent or without “probable cause.”
By definition, probable cause is the existence of such facts and circumstances as would lead one to the reasonable belief that a person has committed the crime for which he or she has been charged.
Lack of probable cause exists when the circumstances are such as to satisfy a reasonable person that the accuser had no ground for proceeding but his desire to injure the accused.
Civil Lawsuits for False Arrest
Right of civil action for false arrest exists if the arrest was made maliciously, under the process of law, and without probable cause.
One can institute a lawsuit for damages stemming from a false arrest. Damages can include such things as loss of salary or injury to reputation.
If you have been falsely arrested in Georgia, the Atlanta false arrest attorney at Diwan Law, LLC can help you receive compensation for physical harm, mental trauma, financial losses, and any other consequences of a false arrest.
Please contact the Georgia false arrest lawyer at Diwan Law, LLC to discuss your case. Your consultation is free.