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False arrest and wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loans

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Wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loans

What is a wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loan?

If you or a family member has been a victim of false imprisonment or arrest and you have an active intentional tort lawsuit, you may be entitled to a wrongful arrest lawsuit cash advance. False incarceration and arrest are two serious violations and a wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loan may be right for you. Lawsuit loans or pre-settlement funding, are advances against your future settlement award from your wrongful conviction case. This advances can help you get back up while you continue with your lawsuit until you receive the compensation you are entitled to. 

The wrongful conviction loan process.

The lawsuit loans process for wrongful imprisonments is fast and easy. The process takes as little as 24 hours from when we receive a copy of your case documents to wiring you out funds. Again, with your attorney’s kind co-operation, new beginnings will be possible for you. If you are a victim of wrongful convictions injustices and have been incarcerated while you were innocent, you can call us at (888) 711-3599 or apply now to see if you can get funding in the day. See how it works:

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Apply for your false conviction case loan and just fill in basic details about your claim.

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Once your attorney sends the documents of y our case, underwriting will review your case in less than 24 hours.

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Once your claim is approved for funding, you and your attorney will receive a contract to dually execute.

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You will receive the cash advance within 2-24 hours from us receiving the contract.

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The following are cases we funded involving false imprisonments. Baker Street Funding has funded 100’s of cases involving false arrests, wrongful convictions, and police brutality. The names of the plaintiffs will not be mentioned for privacy and safety purposes. The following are victims who got lawsuit loans for wrongful imprisonments.


An innocent man was convicted to life in prison for the rape and murder of a minor. This case funded for a total of $500,000.


A man got shot and died two days later, the accused innocent plaintiff came out of jail many years after. This case funded for $150,000.


A case of police brutality in Florida, the plaintiff had 3 broken ribs, a broken wrist, and a broken back for a crime he didn't commit, he has vertigo for life, the cop is no longer working in the police force. This case funded for $170,000.


A case from upstate New York where the innocent victim was found guilty of selling drugs; years later, he came out of jail and got funded for a total of $88,000.


A victim of police brutality who was convicted and compensated for one million dollars, he received $100,000 in post-settlement funding.


An innocent woman accused of murder who got raped in jail for years. This case funded for $200,000.

Wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loans help victims of abuse.

Pre-settlement funding for wrongful conviction cases helps innocent victims tremendously get back on your feet, from finding a place to live while you look for a job to maintaining the main essences of life such as food, clothing, and overall live a decent life. 

Non-recourse pre-settlement funding can help you.

When victims of false imprisonment are exonerated, they don’t know where to turn for help after such a terrifying and traumatizing experience. At Baker Street Funding, we offer false arrest convicted victims with active lawsuits, non-recourse wrongful imprisonment legal funding solutions. Non-recourse loans are loans that only get paid back if the case successfully settles in your favor. We are advancing you money because we want to help you and because we think your false incarceration case is strong enough to secure a verdict or settlement and pay the advance back.

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Financial help is available.

Coming out of jail because you were wrongfully convicted can be very damaging; your record is dirty, you don’t have a job, your life was taken away, and you don’t have credit stability. If you were a student, your education probably stopped when you went to prison, ultimately leading to all doors being closed on you. But you are not alone, and financial assistance is available for you until you receive monetary compensation for your critical damages from being locked up.You can start to recover your life now.

Cover your bills and more.

Leaving the cell and coming out to the real world could be a traumatic experience for many victims who were forcefully incarcerated while they were not guilty. Your finances are most likely dragging, and you don’t know where to start, how to live, or where to seek help. Some victims rather go back to prison because they don’t know how else to live. Pre-settlement funding can help you cover your coming bills and current living expenses while your case gets resolved and you get compensated the settlement you deserve.

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Why our lawsuit loans for wrongful imprisonments?


Baker Street Funding is a top-rated lawsuit funding company known for its non-invasive exclusive approach. Our reviews speak for themselves, as we have also been mentioned by many news papers about our legal funding services. This approach has made the company a leader in the settlement funding and litigation finance industries. We strive to provide an outstanding experience for both attorney and client.


At Baker Street Funding, we specialize in wrongful imprisonment lawsuit funding. We will do all we can to provide you with a wrongful imprisonment lawsuit cash advance(s) on the future proceeds of your pending settlement because we are one of the few legal funding companies in the market that specialize on wrongful arrest/incarceration claims.

False imprisonment settlement loans

Wrongful conviction lawsuit funding —with lower rates.

Our rates are very low compared to other companies and our contracts are transparent as there are no hidden deceiving fees. Call us now to get your wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loan started. Settlement advances for false arrest cases in fact are not loans. A false arrest/incarceration settlement cash advance is also known as a non-recourse financing agreement which means: if you lose your case there is no further obligation for the client to pay us back. 

Apply for a wrongful imprisonment lawsuit cash advance.

Get help today so you and your attorney can focus on getting the wrongful imprisonment BIG settlement award you deserve.


Every wrongful imprisonment case is unique, and only when a plaintiff has a valid claim and has retained an attorney and all case files are received from your lawyer, then the client will go into the underwriting process for a wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loan and most likely get the approval as long as your attorney fully assists with our request. If your attorney is non-co-operative, no funding company will take your case. Every legal funding firm only works with attorneys who co-operate with them in order to proceed with the false arrest lawsuit advance. It is fundamental that your attorney agrees to help you get the wrongful imprisonment lawsuit funding you need. The faster your lawyer talks to the funding company, the faster you can get cash from your lawsuit settlement. It is important that you speak to your lawyer about getting a lawsuit cash advance. 

Let's say your case is value is 10 million dollars; we will advance you up to $1,000,000 or 10% of your settlement value. We are well-capitalized and don't have any limits as long as your case is strong. At Baker Street Funding, we normally fund 10-20% of the wrongful arrest case value, but most claims get up to 10% of the worthiness of the claim.  Call us today or apply online; one of our experts will get in touch with you to speak about some of the specifics of your case and move forward with your attorney's co-operation.

By allowing yourself to receive the funds you urgently need, you also allow yourself to effectively deal with the defendant's financial compensation delays. This way, your attorney can litigate your wrongful incarceration case with all the vast array of legal doctrines and substantial resources they need for your case so you can take a better settlement reward.

The qualification requirements for pre-settlement funding for wrongful imprisonment victims are (1) you must have retained a contingency attorney, have an active lawsuit, and the certificate of innocence.

Wrongful imprisonment pre-settlement funding: circumstances, stats, facts and damages.

The reality behind wrongful imprisonments, police brutality, false arrests, and lawsuit funding.

We found out that about 10,000 people may go to jail yearly for a crime they didn't commit through our research. Around 4% of inmates on death row are innocent. Alone in 2017, over 130 people were who were falsely convicted of crimes they didn't commit. A wrongful arrest is defined as an individual being detained and/or wrongfully convicted by police without proper legal authority. Most innocent people, victims of wrongful imprisonment or false arrest, file against the officer, police department, and municipality for damages that include but are not limited to mental distress, embarrassment, and racial discrimination. The majority of evidence in these cases is discovered after the arrest when the individual enters the court. The most common occurrence of wrongful arrest is when a retail store owner or employee holds a customer against their will without probable cause or evidence of a crime, such as shoplifting. Often, the police will arrest an individual suspected of this crime without proper evidence and solely based on the testimony of the employee or owner. Under the fourth amendment, people are protected from being falsely detained and arrested. Often victims don't know where to go for financial help after encountering such horrific situations.

If you have been a victim of excessive force, police brutality, false detention, or arrest, please call Baker Street funding today or apply here; upon approval, we get you the false imprisonment lawsuit funds you need fast.


Miscarriage of justice is a commonly used phrase to describe a failure of the judicial system. This typically occurs when an innocent person is wrongfully accused and prosecuted of a crime they did not commit. It can also apply to an error in the opposite direction when an individual commits a crime but is not appropriately prosecuted. All criminal justice systems have some means to overturn wrongfully convicted individuals. While possible, it is often complicated to do, and at best, is a long and arduous practice. Sometimes it can take years or even decades for a wrongfully convicted person to see their sentence overturned; others have been sent to death row. "Miscarriage of justice" is a Type 1 error, meaning that it falsely identifies culpability. Typically the term is used to describe Type II errors as well, which involve courts or municipalities failing to find the correct party guilty. Wrongful convictions are cited in many arguments against the death penalty, especially with the rise in DNA evidence that has cleared many false convictions. The term "travesty of justice" is used when an unfair and ignored sometimes on purpose miscarriage of justice occurs. This is when a deliberate or easily avoidable situation leads to a wrongful conviction or a guilty individual not being prosecuted. These terms have essential implications in today's judicial system and naturally fall to the appellate courts to correct a situation that would otherwise have a miscarriage of justice.


  • The arrest of the wrong person;
  • The arrest of a person without probable cause that that person committed a crime;
  • Arrest without the mention of the suspect's Miranda Rights;
  • Arrest without just cause;
  • Arrest with an arrest warrant that was obtained with false information given to the court by a police officer;
  • Arrest by incompetence, personal gain, based on race or pure malice.


  • Lost wages
  • Damage to reputation
  • Embarrassment
  • Physical harm incurred during or as a result of the wrongful arrest
  • Illness incurred during or as a result of the wrongful arrest
  • Wrongful death
  • Punitive damages
  • False imprisonment
  • Excessive force
  • Malicious prosecution
  • Wrongful conviction

We know that most police officers are good people fighting every day to keep society balanced. Sadly, there are those officers who are so corrupt that would alter evidence, lie in front of a judge, get paid to lie, threaten witnesses or anyone that comes in their way, or even try to secretly manipulate information about the case. 


Prosecutors as we know, are people of the law with ethics. But some of the crooked prosecutors will go as far as to hide evidence, lies, or completely ignore and important documentation that can mean freedom for the innocent victim, so the innocent ends up in jail.


17 people since 1989 were sent to death row for a crime they didn't commit. And out of the 330 people who were exonerated from DNA testing, about 25% of those interrogations were deceiving. Of course, they changed their minds after.


Many people who see acts of horrors can't remember exactly what happened much less ID the people who were involved.

  • 2019: Massachusetts man gets assigned $27 million by the jury, for being in prison for 27 years for a murder he did not commit. The jury assigned $1 million for each year he was incarcerated.
  • In 2017: LA paid $5.2 million to end a legal battle with a man whose murder conviction was settled as he was innocent.
  • In June 2018: a man was awarded a $10 million award for Wrongful Imprisonment. A man was wrongfully accused, convicted, and imprisoned because CA police made up and withheld evidence to frame him for a 2007 murder.
  • In December 2018: a Missouri man was awarded $1.1 million after he was wrongfully convicted of a robbery he claimed was committed by someone who looked like him.
  • 2015: An Illinois man won a $20 million settlement for being convicted of raping and killing an 11-year-old girl and spent 20 years in jail. The DNA evidence finally showed he was innocent.
  • 2013: A Chicago man won a $10 million dollar settlement against the city. He was incarcerated for 35 years due to police torture that made him confess to a crime he did not commit.

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