Recent Posts in False Imprisonment Category

  • What is False Imprisonment?

    False imprisonment can be defined as the act of restricting another person’s freedom of movement. False imprisonment is classified as an intentional tort, which is a wrongful and purposeful act that causes harm to another. This type of tort is often correlated with false arrest , another intentional tort that involves restricting another individual’s freedom of movement. A tort is any wrongful act ...
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