Read our police warrant claims case reports to find out how Donoghue Solicitors can help you claim compensation after an unlawful arrest warrant, search and police warrants.
We have an excellent record in pursuing cases involving unlawful:
- arrest warrants,
- search warrants,
- court warrants, and
- warrants of further detention.
For more information on the different types of police warrant, go to our ‘warrant definition‘ page.
If you want to claim compensation, see our ‘police warrants compensation‘ page.
Call us on 08000 124 246 or complete the online contact form today to start your compensation claim.
Case Reports for Unlawful Arrest Warrants
If an arrest warrant is issued or carried out unlawfully, the person arrested may be entitled to compensation.
For an example of this type of arrest warrant, and how compensation can be paid, click here to read the case reports of Mr. D, who was arrested at Gatwick Airport on an unlawful arrest warrant.
Case Report for an Unlawful Court Warrant
When a court warrant is incorrectly left on the record and executed by the police the consequences can be very serious.
Read the case reports for Mr. C, who was arrested as an outstanding court warrant (which had previously been dealt with) had not been removed from the police national computer. Follow this link for more.
Case Reports for an Unlawful Search Warrant
Mr. A and his father were both asleep when the police raided their home.
As the Metropolitan Police executed a search warrant, it became clear that the address on the warrant was not the same. This made the search unlawful.
Kevin Donoghue of Donoghue Solicitors represented the two men in their civil actions against the police claim after an unlawful search warrant.
You can read the full search warrant claim case report by clicking on the link.
International Arrest Warrant Claim Case Study
Armed Italian police wrongfully arrested Mr. J.M. relying on an expired international arrest warrant.
The police held him for 12 hours while they confirmed J.M.’s explanation that the warrant had been cancelled.
Donoghue Solicitors helped him recover compensation and, importantly for JM, got written confirmation of the steps taken to avoid a repeat of this terrifying episode.
Read the international arrest warrant claim case study here.
Solicitors Who Will Help with Unlawful Arrest Warrant, Search and Police Warrants Claims
Donoghue Solicitors represented all the clients in the case reports described here.
We are a regulated, specialist law firm. You can see our official Law Society listing by clicking on the link.
We successfully sue the police for clients throughout England & Wales.
Where appropriate, we take cases on a ‘no win no fee’ basis. Read more about that here.
Contact us by calling 08000 124 246 or complete the online contact form to start your arrest warrant, search and police warrants claim.
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