False Arrests Attorneys in Philadelphia
You Do Not Have to Suffer If You Were Unlawfully Arrested
When you are taken into custody without proper legal authority, it is known as a false arrest. Police do not have unlimited power to arrest individuals. When police place innocent people in jail for unjustifiable reasons, it can result in significant hardships for the person arrested.
Unfortunately, innocent people may be forced to spend time in jail for crimes they could not possibly have committed. When this occurs, it is important to speak to an experienced false arrests attorney in Philadelphia to get a full picture of your legal rights and options.
A Weisberg Law, our attorneys dedicate much of our practice to helping people find a sense of justice when their civil rights have been violated. If you were unfairly arrested or jailed, reach out to us for help.
False Imprisonment Damages Lives
Spending time in jail can have drastic negative effects on the incarcerated person. Even if completely innocent, the arrested individual may have to miss work without notice, lose reputation in the community, and suffer emotional injury.
If you or someone you love was wrongfully imprisoned, you may be able to obtain compensation for the damage caused by the false arrest, as well as hold police officers responsible for the false arrest accountable for their actions.
At Weisberg Law, we have a robust civil rights practice that prioritizes standing up for citizens' rights. Police are held to a higher standard because they are enforcers of the law. When they operate outside of the law, the impact on individuals, families and the community can be significant.
Protect Your Rights after a Wrongful Arrest – Call Weisberg Law Today!
Schedule a free initial consultation with a false arrests attorney in Philadelphia from Weisberg Law to let us learn more about your situation. In the same meeting, we can let you know how we may be able to help and what our next steps may be to pursue your case.
To set up for first free consultation, contact Weisberg Law online.