False Arrest, Unlawful Arrests and False Accusations
Police officers are supposed to enforce our laws in order to protect the innocent and keep our streets safe. Unfortunately, they can be just as susceptible to making mistakes as any other citizens. While may police officers do their job to the best of their ability there are many that violate your Constitutional rights (i.e unreasonably seizing and searching you or your property)
Once a wrongful arrest is made, there may be collusion with the District Attorney to procure your criminal prosecution to protect themselves from civil liability, from internal discipline, and, in some cases, even criminal prosecution by state or federal authorities.
In the world of terrorism and the Patriot Act, police sometimes act irrationally and against their oath, doing anything that they want to do with you. If you object or even protest police orders to you, many times you may be beaten, falsely arrested and maliciously prosecuted.
Signs of a False Arrest
If you somehow come into contact with a bad police officer and, and they start ordering you around, such as not prostrating yourself on the ground fast enough, or not following other “police commands” for you to do or not to do something, the police will take it upon themselves to use unreasonable force upon you.
Once the police cross that line, you’re going to jail for some sort of “resistance offense”, and the police are going to make sure that you’re now going to be convicted for a crime against a police officer that never happened.
This typical tandem of outrages are all done in an effort by the police, and their accomplices, the District Attorney’s Office, to literally convict you of a crime that you didn’t commit, to protect the offending police officers from internal discipline, criminal liability, civil liability and abusive language.
If you are reading this article, chances are that you’ve recently been falsely arrested, and are likely also at least waiting to find out if you’re going to be maliciously prosecuted, or, if the District Attorney’s Office will simply pass on prosecuting you.
If You’ve Been Wrongfully Arrested the Whole Justice System is Working Against You
The truth is, that when it comes to cases in which the employing public entity may be civilly liable for the Constitutional, statutory or common law violations of its officers or deputies, no matter what the truth is, no matter how maliciously you were treated, you, the victim of police beatings are now the enemy to that agency and entity.
You are a threat to the police. You are the one who some ambitious Deputy District Attorney will use to advance his/her standing with their agency and with local police agencies; often to someday make a run for Judge, or to otherwise advance their career at the District Attorney’s Office.
If you believe that you have been falsely arrested or falsely accused of a crime, contact Glenn McGovern today at 800-721-3992.