False Arrest


PA False Arrest Lawyers

People alleging that they were falsely arrested can claim that their right to be protected against unreasonable seizure was violated by the police. To make an arrest, an officer must have probable cause to detain someone and reasonable suspicion that he or she committed a crime.

Examples of False Arrest Cases

At our Philadelphia law firm, Jeffrey R. Lessin & Associates, P.C., our lawyers assist people who were falsely arrested or falsely imprisoned. These are challenging civil matters that require investigation and confirmation of the facts. Our attorneys consult with experts and investigators to build strong cases when there may have been an arrest without probable cause.

Our cases have involved people who were falsely arrested because of:

An arrest is more than an inconvenience. It is an embarrassment that can affect your livelihood and reputation. If the false arrest alleged that you committed major drug offenses or other serious crimes, you may carry the stigma for many years, even if you were released and exonerated. If you were subjected to a false arrest or false imprisonment, it is important to consult an attorney to protect your civil rights and your future.

If you or a loved one experienced a false arrest, contact our Philadelphia law firm to schedule a no-cost consultation about your situation.

You pay no legal fees unless we win. Conveniently located across from City Hall in downtown Philadelphia.

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