Baker Street Funding provides quick wrongful imprisonment, police brutality, false arrest lawsuit funding. If you have been a victim of excessive force, police brutality, false detention, or arrest, please contact Baker Street Funding; we will help you get the false imprisonment lawsuit funds you need fast.
About 10,000 people may go to jail yearly for a crime they didn’t commit. In January 2020, the Innocence Project found over 365 DNA exonerations in the U.S. 21 were convicted to death row. 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 employee’s testimony or owner. Under the fourth amendment, people are protected from being falsely detained and arrested. Often victims of false imprisonment don’t know where to go for financial help after encountering such horrific situations. Coming out of jail because you were wrongfully convicted can be very tough; your record is dirty, you don’t have a job, and you don’t have credit stability. If you were a student, your education probably stopped when you went to prison.
At Baker Street Funding, we offer false arrest abuse victims with active lawsuits, non-recourse wrongful imprisonment legal funding solutions. We are advancing your money because we want to help you and because we think your false incarceration claim is strong enough to win and pay the advance back. Contact us today or apply online; one of our experts will speak to you about your case’s specifics and move forward with your application.