Pulled me over with no probable cause, pulled me out the car and cuffed me and I did 4 days and got a DA reject, but they stole my cell phone, what can I do?
There are certainly more facts involved than are set forth above. For instance, why do you say there was no probable cause, etc.? However, you've set forth enough facts that I would say it is worth calling and speaking with a civil rights attorney who handles police misconduct cases to get a further evaluation as to the merits of a potential claim against the county and the deputy. Most civil rights attorneys provide free consultations, so it is well worth the effort to use the Find a Lawyer tab on this site and locate a few in your county.
Keep in mind that there are short time limits to filing a proper tort claim with the county. You only have 6 months from the date of the incident to do so. So, don't wait make a few calls now.
In addition to pursuing a potential civil rights claim you can also file a written complaint about the deputy, his conduct and the missing cell phone. The Sheriff's Department should then conduct an internal affairs investigation into the allegation. However, keep in mind that filing this complaint does not satisfy the tort claim notice requirements needed to allow to you sue for the violations.
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