False Imprisonment Claims

Posted by: Malcolm Futhey III at  Monday, August 22, 2016

Tennessee law provides for claims based on false arrest, malicious prosecution, and abuse of process.  If someone is wrongfully arrested or prosecuted for a crime he did not commit, he may have claims against the person who caused the arrest or criminal charges.  Damages for such claims may include legal defense costs, mental anguish, loss of liberty, lost wages, and punitive damages.  The Futhey Law Firm has experience handling such cases and is glad to review any potential claims you may have based on false arrest, malicious prosecution, or abuse of process.

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