Wrongful imprisonment destroys people’s lives and the community’s sense of justice.
If you or someone you love was exonerated after being wrongfully imprisoned in Nevada you may have a federal claim for money compensation.
The scary thing is that a false arrest may happen to anyone, at any place, at any time. If you or a loved one is the victim of a false arrest by a Las Vegas police officer do not try to resist the officer or the arrest.
An officer who believes you are a threat to their safety or the safety of others may use force upon you. In many cases victims of wrongful arrest in Nevada have been seriously injured and even killed when they resisted the arrest.
Wrongful or false imprisonment is the following:
Important note: Wrongful or false imprisonment applies to private parties such as casinos and security companies as well as governmental agency.
Simply put, wrongful imprisonment or wrongful arrest is the detention of an individual without their consent and without authority of law.
The most common lawsuits for false arrest and wrongful imprisonment in Las Vegas are lawsuits against private security companies.
These include the following:
If you or a loved one endured a false arrest or wrongful imprisonment because of a private party you may have a claim for money damages. Our police brutality attorneys sue private parties for false arrest and false imprisonment. Call our offices today for a free consultation to see if you have a money damages claim available.
The law on wrongful imprisonment against the government is full of exceptions designed to protect the government.
This is why a police brutality attorney who handles civil rights claims can help.
Unfortunately, Nevada remains one of 23 states that do not require the government to pay money compensation to those who are wrongfully incarcerated. But there is hope.
False arrest is illegal in Las Vegas by way of federal law. Specifically, the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution allow a victim of false or wrongful imprisonment in Las Vegas the right to pursue a lawsuit against those responsible in Nevada Federal Courts.
A police brutality attorney can make sure you get the compensation you deserve by filing a claim for money damages on your behalf in federal court.
Wrongful arrest and wrongful imprisonment are one of the worst attacks on a person’s liberty and a reputation that anyone can endure.
You may have a claim for money damages against those responsible, including private parties. You will need a an aggressive civil rights attorney to fight for you rights.
If you are or someone you know and love has been a victim of wrongful or false imprisonment it is in their best interest to hire a Las Vegas attorney to submit a formal demand for money compensation.
In many cases we can get compensation for victims of false imprisonment without having to go to court.
Don't let the humiliation of a wrongful imprisonment go unpunished!
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