Q: I want to Safeway and has a verbal interaction with one employee and when the exchange was over security guard assaulted
After the interaction as I was walking away the security guard runs after me and tries to grab me stating that I was kicked out alleging criminal threats long story short after I requested a manager or the police I was denied both and instead a dose of pepper spray and drug out of the store by the two security guards.once outside as I was in a sitting position the security guard punched me with a closed fist to my temple sprayed me again and kicked me then grabbed my bag I had in the store with me and threw it in my face all the while I never got into fighting stance then he lied to the cops and said I said I would beat him to death with my bare knuckles and swung on him which was a lie I went to jail and BECAUSE of my previous felony conviction where I plead out to 2 strikes makes me eligible for 25 to life. I'm currently waiting for prelim but I need to pursue Safeway in civil court or what should I do ultimately I want to seek money damages for assault and false arrest
A: Without knowing what the "verbal interaction" was it's impossible to advise. So contact your local county bar referral service for a referral to an attorney.
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