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Civil Rights – False Arrest – Probable Cause – Malicious Prosecution (access required)

Even though a robbery charge against plaintiff was nolle prosequi at a preliminary hearing, defendant detective had probable cause to arrest plaintiff for the offense, and an Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff’s suit alleging violation of his civil rights and malicious prosecution. The facts and circumstances known to the detective clearly establish that he had ...

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