1 Elements and Case Citations
A plaintiff asserting a common-law claim for false imprisonment must establish
- that the defendant intended to confine the plaintiff,
- that the plaintiff was conscious of the confinement and
- did not consent to the confinement, and
- that the confinement was not otherwise privileged.
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