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Can I sue police for a retaliatory charge in Virginia?Comments Off on Can I sue police for a retaliatory charge in Virginia?
February 24, 2023 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
Category Assault & Battery, Assault & Battery, Civil Rights, Excessive Force, False Imprisonment, First Amendment, Fourth Amendment, Freedom of Speech and Press, Litigation, Personal Injury Law, Religious Freedom | Tags: criminal charges because of my free speech, false arrest, false arrest in virginia, false imprisonment, police retaliation, retaliation for free speech in virginia, Richmond civil rights attorney, Richmond civil rights law firm, sue police, sue police in virginia, Virginia Civil Rights, Virginia Civil Rights Attorney, virginia false arrest, virginia false imprisonment, virginia malicious prosecution, Virginia police retaliation
Police pointed weapon at me – is that excessive?0
May 8, 2018 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
Question: Is it a violation of the Fourth Amendment for an officer to aim his loaded weapon at a person where …
Category Assault & Battery, Civil Rights, Excessive Force, Fourth Amendment, Personal Injury Law | Tags: 4th amendment, excessive force; gun, Fourth Amendment, gunpoint, police holding suspect at gunpoint, police pointing gun, sue police