III.C. "Good" Imprisonments - Exceptions to False Imprisonment Liability | Jonathan Zittrain | July 02, 2011


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III.C. "Good" Imprisonments - Exceptions to False Imprisonment Liability

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  1. 1 Show/Hide More Eilers v. Coy--"The Falsely Consenting Cultist"
    Original Creator: lilac1612 Current Version: Jonathan Zittrain
    Should we recognize false imprisonment in situations where the confinement is arguably for the plaintiff’s own good? Should consent excuse the defendant’s liability for false imprisonment, even if it is feigned?
  2. 2 Show/Hide More Bright v. Ailshie--"The Mistaken Bounty Hunter"
    Original Creator: Jonathan Zittrain
    Should defendants be excused from false imprisonment liability when they mistakenly exercise otherwise-legal restraint on the wrong individual?

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