False Arrest

New York City False Arrest Attorney

Under the laws of the State of New York, a Police Officer must have probable cause to arrest and detain an individual.  If there is a lack of probable cause, the arrest and detention may very well be unlawful. 

In New York, if you have a tort claim against a municipality, you will have 90 days to serve a notice of claim.  The Statute of Limitations on such a claim is one year and ninety days.  Gen. Mun. Law 50-1.

If you have been the victim of the following, you should speak to one of our false arrest attorneys about your legal rights and the possible compensation that you may be entitled to:

wrongful arrest;

wrongful imprisonment;

malicious prosecution;

negligent policing; 

police brutality;

racial profiling;

excessive force;

civil rights violations.

Our office has successfully handled dozens of New York False Arrest cases. 

Our office handles Manhattan false arrest cases, Bronx false arrest cases, Brooklyn false arrest cases, Queens false arrest cases and Staten Island false arrest cases.

Please contact us for a free consultation with a New York City false arrest lawyer.

Law Office of Michael J. Larson, P.C. & Michael James Realty represents clients in the areas of Personal Injury in the 5 Boroughs of New York City such as Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Staten Island, Westchester County, Nassau County and Suffolk County (East Hampton, Amagansett and Montauk).

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