A person can sue for malicious prosecution when they were arrested or prosecuted in a criminal case when the accusing party knew that the person had not done the act claimed.

 

A successful malicious prosecution claim requires all of the following:

 

  • The beginning or continuing a criminal proceeding

  • Without probable cause

  • Under valid process

  • Carried out maliciously

  • Terminating favorably to the accused party

  • Causing damages

 

If someone has wrongfully sued you or prosecuted you for a crime, you may be able to bring a claim of malicious prosecution against them.  Allow Albert III & Associates LLC the opportunity represent you and your claim TODAY!

Malicious Prosecution

 

If you have been accused, arrested, or prosecuted for something you did not do you may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering. Malicious prosecution and the acts that go along with it can subject a person to serious mental abuse.   

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