Based on what constitutes a lawful arrest, it is not easy for me to be arrested even if I am not guilty. For a legal arrest, one ought to be informed that they are being arrested. I cannot be arrested without being notified that I am being arrested. Additionally, I ought to be informed of the reason for arrest under reasonable grounds that I have committed either the crime or being suspected of having committed the crime. I would not be arrested for no reason or if the reason for the arrest is not made known to me. In addition, it must be made clear that one is not free to go. Additionally, the officers should be in uniform or present badges to verify their identity. I cannot be arrested if the aforementioned is not clear.
If I am wrongly arrested, I will bring up the nothing-to-hide argument that prevents discussion about private matters. I would not be worried since I have nothing to hide. I will only worry if I am caught doing something illegal. If I have nothing to hide, I should not justify my position since I am innocent. Additionally, if an unreasonable amount of force were used in wrongfully arresting me, I would sue the officers involved in making the arrest. I am well aware of my rights as an arrested person, and I would not violate them. These include the right to remain silent to avoid self-incrimination, the right to an attorney for legal representation in court and in the case where I cannot afford one, one should be provided, and the right to be spoken to in a language I understand the reasons for arrest and my rights as an arrested person.