You may have a claim for malicious prosecution if you were acquitted of an alleged offence and evidence exists that the Police had insufficient evidence in order to charge you in the first place, and there were other motives for prosecuting other than bringing you to justice.
ASL Solicitors specialise in malicious prosecution cases and can help guide you through the complex process of claiming. The Police and Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) should carry out their duties with honesty and integrity, if they have failed in their duty you may have a claim.
Making a malicious prosecution claim can be complicated and typically requires the claimant to prove what the Police did, and their motives for doing it. Our team have successfully represented clients in the most complex of cases and secured compensation for victims against the Police, and the CPS.