Abuse of Process
Has someone you know been sued by the government or another citizen for a bogus reason? Have you been sued or charged with a crime because someone at a police department or government agency had a vendetta or an ulterior purpose?
These cases require trial lawyers who understand what is required in exposing a lawsuit filed for an ulterior motive
If your answer to any of the above is yes, then you absolutely must speak with a lawyer now to find out whether an abuse of process case exists. These cases require trial lawyers who understand what is required in exposing a lawsuit filed for an ulterior motive. The DiCello Law Firm has this unique experience in these kinds of cases and has returned justice to those whose lives have been unjustly brought in to court by the government. Read on to learn about abuse of process cases.
What is Abuse of Process
Police officers file charges. And when they do that, they must swear under oath that the charges they are bringing are truthful and based in fact. When police officers, FBI agents, ATF agents, or other government agents initiate complaints against citizens out off ill will and for an ulterior purpose (such as to harass, annoy, or otherwise badger a citizen), the wrongfully sued person and their family has the right to sue the state or federal agent and the employer of that officer who wrongfully sued them.
Example of Abuse of Process
An officer knows that he caused a traffic accident. But he thinks the injured driver was to blame too. He just can’t prove it. When the injured person sues the officer for personal injuries, the officer writes up a ticket, claiming – without any proof except the crash itself– that the injured driver was driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) when the crash occurred. The injured citizen now has to fight the DUI charges that were filed just to stop the civil suit. Time lags. Tax payer money is wasted on court costs. Court rooms back up with work creating inefficiency. All of this happens when government agents sue citizens for an ulterior motive. The injustice found in these kinds of cases is unique.
Federal and state courts allow the wrongfully sued and their families to protect themselves by bringing a claim for compensation. To find out what you, your family, or your loved ones can do for a friend or family member who was sued for an ulterior motive, contact The DiCello Law Firm.
Can I really go against the government?
Taking on the government in an abuse of process case is difficult legal work. It requires solid trial lawyer skills, the kind The DiCello Law Firm is known for. The DiCello Firm investigates and prosecutes abuse of process cases. Having been betrayed by the authorities with false or trumped up charges, the victims of this sort of injustice suffer financially as they hire lawyers, miss work, and pay for unnecessary court costs and fees. For this kind of wrongdoing juries understand that the federal and state laws give you, your friend, or your loved one the right to be compensated for being sued for an ulterior motive.
The DiCello Law Firm believes that when a person is sued for an ulterior motive (something other than what the suit claims is at issue), justice requires that the bogus lawsuit be exposed and the injured person and their family be compensated. The money that can be won in these cases by The DiCello Law Firm gives the victims of abuse of process cases the ability to get their fees, costs, and expenses repaid from having to deal with a bogus suit. This forces the government to be accountable for the practice of bringing lawsuits that abuse our system.
Don’t wait to learn more. Contact The DiCello Law Firm today. Someone will get back to you and give you the help and advice you or your family member or friend deserve.