My question involves civil rights in the State of: Washington
A few evenings ago I was called by some friends that were having a fight. By the time I got there the sheriffs office had already arrived. as soon as I got there one of the deputies started immediately yelling at me and telling me I was trying to hit him with my vehicle. Him and I argue about it for a minute, but that didn't go any direction. The other deputy comes up and tells me I need to leave the area while he does his investigation or I will be arrested. I say that I will comply, then ask how far down the road he would like me to move my vehicle. After I ask that, he orders my arrest for not leaving.
While being booked in the county jail, the officer checking me in asks the sheriff if he should just let me go, and if not he has no reason to hold me. I overhear the sheriff tell him to keep me so I "learn my lesson". Eventually off to my cell I go.
For the first few hours I am alone in my cell. Then I get someone sent to the cell also, as they're putting him in they tell him that he needs to take his medications. The few hours were together in the cell before my hearing this other individual is coughing all the time and gasping.
Eventually I get sent to my hearing the next day, which is done through video correspondence since they want to keep social distancing. I sit down, the prosecuting attorney says they lack evidence and wish to drop the case. I'm sitting down for about 5 minutes total, then I'm out.
My court papers say Finding --Lack of evidence, Interest of justice, and then a handwritten note "at this time, the state is concerned that not all elements of the crime can be proven based on teh police reports".
My problems are; after I've agreed to move my vehicle, per the commands, they still arrested me. In doing so, they put my health at risk (especially since the courts think the coronavirus is serious enough that they are doing video conferencing instead of in person). The individual who was roomed with me had no idea why they moved him to my cell, he was previously in a different cell and was not moved to his final cell (he knew he would be at the jail for another 10+ days still). This individual who was moved to the cell with me was ill, staff knew this because they issued him medication already.
Do I have any room for taking legal actions in endangering my health, my life, and violating my 4th amendment rights against unreasonable seizure?
**I have the encounter with the sheriff's office recorded on my cell phone, clearly hearing the command to move, me saying I will and asking how far they'd like, and then them arresting me. Previous to this encounter I have never been to jail**