Certainly it can, if your rights were violated and you suffered some form of injury or damage. The true answers to your question depends on the specific facts of your arrest/search and what led up to and what followed. I handle civil rights violation cases and am happy to speak with you regarding your options and possibilities. Feel free to contact me via email or phone if you'd like to speak.
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