Were you really on the street? Or on the sidewalk? What was the arrest actually for?
The answers to these and other questions your attorney might ask will be useful in determining how best to move forward.
I wish you luck.
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How was the film erased? I'm not licensed to practice in your state, but if I were, and if the evidence supported your assertions, I would handle your claim for free. If you can't find a local attorney to handle your case, go to www.scofflaw.com and contact him. I wish you luck.
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Some one may have to prove the charge for your post arrest actions. See an attorney. File a colmplaint against the agency with the county civil grand jury and with the state's attorney general.
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