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  1. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest

    All because you believe it to be so does not mean it is. Legal innocence is a different matter entirely. But, you aren't here to learn, you are here to rant. So, have fun.
  2. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest

    Once again, a "dismissal" does not legally mean "innocent."
  3. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest

    The fact that the matter was dropped does NOT mean you were "innocent." Even so, so long as the police and the prosecutor's office had probable cause to make the arrest and pursue the legal action,...
  4. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest of Justic

    There is no provision in the law for you to be "made whole" by virtues of being acquitted in a court of law, or if the case was dropped for whatever reason. If there was some form of egregious...
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