Supreme Court Rulings re: Statute of Limitations:

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Wallace v. Kato (2007) – for false arrest cases, the statute of limitations begins to run on the date of the arrest – not at the end of the criminal trial.

  • false arrest – unlawful restraint of one’s physical liberty under an asserted legal authority to enforce the processes of the law.


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