Wrongful Arrest

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Wrongful arrest occurs when the police place a person under arrest without just cause, and can cause physical and/or emotional harm to the individual and those close to them. Some examples why an arrest might be wrongful include:

  • The wrong person being arrested
  • The person is arrested purely because of their race, sex or religion
  • The person has been arrested due to the personal agenda of the police
  • The arrest warrant was obtained using false information
  • The police do not read the individual their rights when they are arrested

Wrongful arrest is a serious offence, and victims could be entitled to compensation. If you feel you have been the victim of a wrongful arrest, don’t suffer in silence. Contact us today and speak to one of our experienced police brutality solicitors.

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