Malicious Prosecution

The legal claim of malicious prosecution can be brought in situations where a person was criminally prosecuted without any probable cause. Malicious prosecution is a form of harassment by the criminal justice system that can be a violation of your civil rights. Many malicious prosecution lawsuits go hand-in-hand with false arrest lawsuits.

Malicious prosecution occurs when a prosecution is created on baseless accusations and with the intent to harm an individual. Cases involving malicious prosecution can be incalculably costly to plaintiffs, as many cases require retaining criminal defense attorneys and can potentially damage the reputations of those being prosecuted.

The Kulis Law Team will use our legal resources to build your case and discuss your options. We do extensive reviews of evidence, documents, files, and media including (but not limited to):

  • Witness Statements
  • Medical Reports
  • Police Statements & Interviews
  • Arrest Reports
  • Accident Reports
  • Video Recordings
  • 911 Call Transcripts & Recordings

If you think you have been maliciously prosecuted or arrested unlawfully, you may have a case that can help recoup some of your losses. Contact us online or call us at 312-580-1830 to learn more about your options. We conduct initial consultations free of charge.