This particular walmart had an armed guard at the front for some unknown reason. When I left the walmart the sensor made a barley audible doorbell like sound.
I left and turned around in the parking lot and was being followed by the armed private secruity guard (Not LP).
He put me in handcuffs illegally. And took me into walmart. I was then searched illegally, he got upset and said I didn't tell him I had a bottle of alchol. I told him I came in with it. I had a printer carterage too which I had told him I had in my pocket in the parking lot.
He then told me him would let me go after I told him that. But the LP finally showed up they said they were the right people who handled this, then made them call the police back (police were already there for something else).How do I get this case thrown out or dismissed and appropriate action taken.
It is unclear why you think you were handcuffed illegally or searched illegally. However, you have not asked a question. One thing is for certain, and that is that you need a lawyer and you should refrain from discussing your case online or anywhere else in public or in private except with a lawyer.
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The issues you mentioned r too confusing to get facts to make ant sense. Contact a lawyer.
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