Malicious Prosecution

Malicious prosecution action arises out of dispute over real estate partnership. $947K. Los Angeles County.

Partner withdraws from real estate deal and later commences litigation that leads to malicious prosecution action.

[Note: This Malicious Prosecution verdict report was earlier published incorrectly under the title of Real Estate actions.  Also, in the "Notes" section of the report, comments from both plaintiff and defense attorneys regarding Motions in Limine has been deleted.]

  • Case Name: Jensen v. Charon Solutions, Inc. and Perry Leonard Segal
  • Date of Verdict or Judgment: Thursday, September 16, 2021
  • Type of Case: Malicious Prosecution

DA's son wrongly arrested and charged in gang shooting. $526K. Merced County.

Plaintiff says sheriff's deputies investigating triple murder badgered witnesses and made misrepresentations and material omissions in arrest warrant and  intentionally misled a judge into signing the warrant.