Robbery Richmond Virginia Lawyer Evidence Probable Cause Malicious Prosecution

Because a police detective reasonably believed from the evidence presented to him that the plaintiff had committed a robbery, and because the plaintiff failed to prove the lack of probable cause, the circuit court erred in denying the detective’s motion to strike the plaintiff’s evidence in his malicious prosecution action.

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