In her complaint the appellant averred that she was maliciously prosecuted when the appellees, acting in concert, caused her arrest and induced the County Solicitor of Dade County to file information in which she was charged with grand larceny, a charge the appellees knew was false. A New York Drug Crime Lawyer said the pleader detailed the procedure following the filing of the information, related the embarrassment she endured and the damage she suffered, and she repeated the charge that the prosecution was instigated through malice without probable cause. A Dade Grand Larceny Lawyer said that, it was stated in the complaint that appellant pleaded not guilty upon arraignment, waived a jury and was found not guilty by the Judge of the Criminal Court of Record.
A Dade Petit Larceny Lawyer said that, summary judgment in favor of the appellees, who were defendants in the circuit court, was entered by the judge when he concluded that no genuine issue of fact was presented and that the movants should prevail as a matter of law.
The issue in this case is whether the Circuit Court Judge erred in granting summary judgment in favor of the appellees.