Constitutional – Civil Rights – False Arrest & Excessive Force – Fourth Amendment – First Amendment – Profanity ArrestElabanjo v. Bellevance Even though plaintiff’s district-court conviction of being drunk and disorderly was overturned on appeal, the conviction conclusively establishes that the defendant-police officers had probable cause to arrest plaintiff on those charges.
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Published: September 24, 2012
Time posted: 5:05 pm
Tags: Civil Rights, Constitutional, False Arrest & Excessive Force, First Amendment, Fourth Amendment, Profanity Arrest