In order to arrest someone in the state of Texas, a police officer must have “probable cause.” This means that the officer must have information from a trustworthy source that makes the arrest reasonable. Because this law leaves a lot of room for interpretation, police officers sometimes take advantage of the leniency and make unfair arrests. If you believe you have been wrongfully arrested, our office may be able to help by investigating your claim and exploring a civil lawsuit to recover financial compensation for a wrongful arrest.
If you think you may have been the victim of a false arrest, the first step is to make an appointment with our team. We will review your case and determine whether the police officer in question had probable cause to make the arrest. If we find that the police officer did not have probable cause, we will help you take the appropriate steps to get the justice you deserve.