Case Brief McCann v. Wal-Mart Stores

Posted by:Prof. Lexx Posted on:Apr 25,2016

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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