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  1. Getting Fired: Re: Former Employer Knowingly Filed a False Police Report Resulting in My Arrest

    That does not mean that the arrest was not subsequent to an arrest warrant. If not with a warrant and based solely on the alleged victim's complaint, then that's pretty sloppy police work since once...
  2. Getting Fired: Re: Former Employer Knowingly Filed a False Police Report Resulting in My Arrest

    Six of one, half a dozen of the other. The DA decided they could not make a case - for whatever reason - and did not file the charges.

    If you feel that you have sufficient evidence of...
  3. Getting Fired: Re: Former Employer Knowingly Filed a False Police Report Resulting in My Arrest

    I suspect the police sought an arrest warrant before arresting you on the matter. If they arrested you based upon probable cause and based solely on the complaint, that would be very unusual in my...
  4. Getting Fired: Re: Former Employer Knowingly Filed a False Police Report Resulting in My Arrest

    The police would have forwarded the matter to the DA for evaluation. That's what they do. It is also possible that the police could not get info from the credit card company as these companies...
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