The question is unclear, but you can read all about false arrest on my website under the civil rights tab.
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Obviously the police should never arrest anyone where there is no probable cause and/or a criminal complaint filed by another party which warrants an arrest. However, your question is too conclusory and dev oid of facts to give a response particular to your circumstance.
In a civil case the burden would be on you to prove that was their motivation. You're going to run into a problem with that theory because they are the best witnesses to testify to their intentions, and they'er likely to simply say that they arrested on probable cause for ...whatever it is that you're arrested for. So I think you have a lousy theory for a civil case... You might have a good case for criminal defense though. Work closely with your attorney.
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