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Beach V. Hancock (Reasonable Fear of Injury)

For an assault ruling, does it make a difference whether a gun pointed at someone is loaded or not? Find out if a gun being pointed at someone is enough reason to fear injury in Audio Law's episode for Beach V. Hancock (1853).

7 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Beach V. Hancock (Reasonable Fear of Injury)

Enright V. Groves (Apparent Authority)

Can a police officer use force when someone avoids arrest? If offense the arrestee is accused of was not a lawful order, would that change your answer? Learn about apparent authority in regards to false imprisonment in Audio Law's Enright v. Groves (1977).

9 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Enright V. Groves (Apparent Authority)

Cullison V. Medley (Mere Words)

When do words constitute an assault? When can they constitute Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress (IIED). Find out how "mere words" are regarded for both of these torts in Audio Law's coverage of Cullision v. Medley (1991).

12 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Cullison V. Medley (Mere Words)

Coblyn V. Kennedy's (Reasonable Grounds)

What can be considered an unreasonable method of detention taken by a store when someone is a shoplifting suspect? Learn about reasonable grounds in Coblyn v. Kennedy's (1971).

14 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Coblyn V. Kennedy's (Reasonable Grounds)

Parvi V. Kingston (Awareness Of Confinement)

How does awareness of confinement play into a false imprisonment charge? Hear about a case where police officers dropped two intoxicated brothers off in an isolated area in this episode covering Parvi V. Kingston (1977).

11 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Parvi V. Kingston (Awareness Of Confinement)

I De S Et Ux. V. W De S (Assault)

Learn about an early ruling regarding assault at Assizes. What should be the penalty if an assault does occur? Find out in Audio Law's coverage of I De S Et Ux. V. W De S. Coming from 1348, this is the oldest case we've covered to date!

4 MIN2018 SEP 28
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I De S Et Ux. V. W De S (Assault)

Hardy V. La Belle's Distrib. Co. (Threat To Employment)

Can words be used to satisfy the restraint factor of a false imprisonment charge? What about if those words are conveying a threat to employment? Learn about how an accusation of a stolen watch became a case of false imprisonment in Hardy v. La Belle's Distributing Company (1983).

7 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Hardy V. La Belle's Distrib. Co. (Threat To Employment)

Taylor V. Vallelunga (Intention)

How important is it for the defendant to know their actions will cause severe emotional distress? Does transferred intent apply in cases of IIED? Gain context and answers to these questions in Taylor V. Vallelunga (1959).

7 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Taylor V. Vallelunga (Intention)

Slocum V. Food Fair Stores, Inc. (Insufficient Severe Emotional Distress)

IIED is the Intentional Infliction of severe Emotional Distress (subjective) by relatively extreme and outrageous conduct which actually causes Severe Emotional Distress (objective). Can an insult cause severe emotional distress? Hear about the court's decision regarding IIED in Slocum v. Food Fair Stores, Inc.

9 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Slocum V. Food Fair Stores, Inc. (Insufficient Severe Emotional Distress)

Whittaker V. Sanford (Moral Influence)

Can a strong moral influence constitute false imprisonment? Hear about a case involving a colony called the "movement" connected to a colony in Jaffa. Would keeping someone on a ship without providing an exit make a situation false imprisonment? Find answers in Audio Law's Whittaker v. Sanford.

14 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Whittaker V. Sanford (Moral Influence)

Latest Episodes

Beach V. Hancock (Reasonable Fear of Injury)

For an assault ruling, does it make a difference whether a gun pointed at someone is loaded or not? Find out if a gun being pointed at someone is enough reason to fear injury in Audio Law's episode for Beach V. Hancock (1853).

7 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Beach V. Hancock (Reasonable Fear of Injury)

Enright V. Groves (Apparent Authority)

Can a police officer use force when someone avoids arrest? If offense the arrestee is accused of was not a lawful order, would that change your answer? Learn about apparent authority in regards to false imprisonment in Audio Law's Enright v. Groves (1977).

9 MIN2018 SEP 28
Comments
Enright V. Groves (Apparent Authority)

Cullison V. Medley (Mere Words)

When do words constitute an assault? When can they constitute Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress (IIED). Find out how "mere words" are regarded for both of these torts in Audio Law's coverage of Cullision v. Medley (1991).

12 MIN2018 SEP 28
Comments
Cullison V. Medley (Mere Words)

Coblyn V. Kennedy's (Reasonable Grounds)

What can be considered an unreasonable method of detention taken by a store when someone is a shoplifting suspect? Learn about reasonable grounds in Coblyn v. Kennedy's (1971).

14 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Coblyn V. Kennedy's (Reasonable Grounds)

Parvi V. Kingston (Awareness Of Confinement)

How does awareness of confinement play into a false imprisonment charge? Hear about a case where police officers dropped two intoxicated brothers off in an isolated area in this episode covering Parvi V. Kingston (1977).

11 MIN2018 SEP 28
Comments
Parvi V. Kingston (Awareness Of Confinement)

I De S Et Ux. V. W De S (Assault)

Learn about an early ruling regarding assault at Assizes. What should be the penalty if an assault does occur? Find out in Audio Law's coverage of I De S Et Ux. V. W De S. Coming from 1348, this is the oldest case we've covered to date!

4 MIN2018 SEP 28
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I De S Et Ux. V. W De S (Assault)

Hardy V. La Belle's Distrib. Co. (Threat To Employment)

Can words be used to satisfy the restraint factor of a false imprisonment charge? What about if those words are conveying a threat to employment? Learn about how an accusation of a stolen watch became a case of false imprisonment in Hardy v. La Belle's Distributing Company (1983).

7 MIN2018 SEP 28
Comments
Hardy V. La Belle's Distrib. Co. (Threat To Employment)

Taylor V. Vallelunga (Intention)

How important is it for the defendant to know their actions will cause severe emotional distress? Does transferred intent apply in cases of IIED? Gain context and answers to these questions in Taylor V. Vallelunga (1959).

7 MIN2018 SEP 28
Comments
Taylor V. Vallelunga (Intention)

Slocum V. Food Fair Stores, Inc. (Insufficient Severe Emotional Distress)

IIED is the Intentional Infliction of severe Emotional Distress (subjective) by relatively extreme and outrageous conduct which actually causes Severe Emotional Distress (objective). Can an insult cause severe emotional distress? Hear about the court's decision regarding IIED in Slocum v. Food Fair Stores, Inc.

9 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Slocum V. Food Fair Stores, Inc. (Insufficient Severe Emotional Distress)

Whittaker V. Sanford (Moral Influence)

Can a strong moral influence constitute false imprisonment? Hear about a case involving a colony called the "movement" connected to a colony in Jaffa. Would keeping someone on a ship without providing an exit make a situation false imprisonment? Find answers in Audio Law's Whittaker v. Sanford.

14 MIN2018 SEP 28
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Whittaker V. Sanford (Moral Influence)
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