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Do I have any recourse for false arrest on 12/24/2009

Lancaster, CA |

I was accused of theft. I was then stopped, detained and charged with battery

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This makes no sense. Arrested for theft; charged with battery? Duh... Anyway the time to sue the arresting agency (if you had a case which you don't) has long passed.

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No. The statutes of limitation has already passed in which to bring any type of action for something that happened in 2009.

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The time has passed. Is there a reason you're thinking of this now, over 3 years later?

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Very unlikely.

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