Marks was meeting her sister and a friend for dinner at a swanky restaurant. It was a warm summer evening, and because she was early, Marks decided to wait outside. She stood in front of the restaurant until her sister and friend arrived. Within a few minutes, a police car drove up and a police officer got out and forced Marks into the car, accusing her of being a prostitute. She was taken to the police precinct station, where she was questioned and released without being charged. She had no previous convictions and was employed as a full-time account executive at a local securities investment firm. Can Marks sue the police department for false arrest?