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Case Brief McCann v. Wal-Mart Stores

Case Title and Citation

McCann v. Wal-Mart Stores

210 F. 3d 51

District Court, Maine Supreme Judicial Court

April 14, 2000

Procedural History

Both of Wal-Mart’s claims of error depend on the proper elements of the tort of false imprisonment. According to the law, it is common for the actor to create boundaries intended to imprison a suspect. The suspect can either be aware of the imprisonment or subject to damage that result from it.


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Case Brief McCann v. Wal-Mart Stores

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Introduction to Law xxxxxx xxxxxx Legal System

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Case Title xxxxxx Citation

McCann v. Wal-Mart Stores

210 F. 3d 51

District Court, Maine Supreme Judicial Court

April 14, 2000

 

 

Procedural History

Both of Wal-Mart’s clxxxxxxs of error xxxxxx on xxxxxx proper elements of xxxxxx tort of false imprisonment. According to xxxxxx law, xxxxxx common xxxxxx xxxxxx actor to create boundaries intended to imprison a suspect. The suspect xxxxxx eixxxxxxr be awxxxxxx of xxxxxx imprisonment or subject to damage xxxxxx result xxxxxx it.

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On xxxxxxir xxxxxx out, xxxxxx McCanns xxxxxx asked to stop at xxxxxx exit. The employees xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx stopped told Ms. McCann xxxxxx her two children xxxxxx bee n xxxxxxed in a shoplifting case a xxxxxxtnight ago. The employees told xxxxxx Plaintiff xxxxxx xxxxxxy xxxxxx to come with xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxxy xxxxxx calling xxxxxx police. Bexxxxxxe xxxxxx security officer in charge came to xxxxxx proper identification of xxxxxx