Honestly, civil rights
lawsuits are incredibly difficult to bring, and I must say that it is highly unlikely you would win.
From the facts you've mentioned, I don't see any civil rights violation either. The fact that you were (rightfully) acquitted does not mean that any of your rights were actually violated.
Furthermore, you would be hard pressed to demonstrate damages, since you were probably not locked up for very long on this DUI when you were charged.
I also imagine there was some reasonable suspicion. You must have been either in your vehicle or close by if you weren't driving
, and there must have been some reason the police thought you were intoxicated, even if you weren't.
You'd really need to have them have injured you in a substantial way to have any cause of action, I'm afraid.
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