New York Civil Rights Violation Lawyer Outraged after Bronx Student Spends 40 Hours in Jail for a Crime His Friend Confessed To Committing


New York civil rights violation lawyer David Perecman asks for answers on why a 19-year old student was imprisoned for 40 hours for a crime a friend had confessed to comitting.

Despite the admission, that teenager was released and police allegedly continued to pressure Dale to take a plea deal, which he refused. Instead he was officially charged with criminal mischief.

The false arrest by the New York Police Department occurred shortly after the student’s friend threw a rock at a car and broke the windshield, reported the New York Daily News.

Now the student is suing the NYPD and New York City for false arrest and other civil rights violations. He is seeking $1 million for being wrongfully arrested. Probable false arrest can be the basis of a lawsuit for damages in New York

"The NYPD have a responsibility for investigating and gathering evidence before deciding who to arrest in New York," civil rights violation lawyer Perecman said. “A false arrest can damage a reputation and cost time and money.”

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