Conversation: 12. Discussing a Lawsuit against the Police
12. Discussing a Lawsuit against the Police

1. Repeat


A: What is your case against the police?

B: They arrested me for nothing.

A: What do you mean?

B: They weren't supposed to arrest me.

A: Didn't they let you go?

B: They didn't let me go until the next morning.

A: So they kept you at the station?

B: They sure did.

A: Did they tell you why they arrested you?

B: I matched the description of a robbery suspect.

A: I understand.

B: I want to take them to court.

2. Repeat


A: What case do you have against the police?

B: I want to take them to court for arresting me.

A: I don't understand.

B: There was no reason for them to arrest me.

A: They let you go, didn't they?

B: They released me the next morning.

A: They detained you at the station?

B: That's exactly what they did.

A: Why did they arrest you?

B: They said I matched the description of a robber.

A: I get it now.

B: I'm definitely taking them to court.

3. Repeat


A: Why do you want to take the police to court?

B: They arrested me without probable cause.

A: They did?

B: They had no reason for arresting me.

A: I thought they let you go.

B: Yes, the next morning.

A: They made you spend the night at the station?

B: Yes, they did.

A: What was their reason for arresting you?

B: I matched the description of a bank robber they were looking for.

A: I see.

B: I want justice.


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