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False imprisonment violates your rights

Imagine being taken into custody by a store owner because he or she believes you stole something. You wait a few minutes to try to sort out the problem, but after twenty and then thirty minutes pass, you feel that it's unreasonable. The owner suggested that he or she was calling the police, but no one has arrived. At this point, is holding you while waiting for the police false imprisonment?

False arrests can happen to anyone, even entrepreneurs

If you use social media or watch any of the more popular network cooking shows, you're probably aware of subscription meal services. These companies send boxes of food and recipes to people, tailored to their family size, dietary restrictions and other preferences. There are several well-known subscription meal services, one of which is Blue Apron. Forbes values the company at roughly $2 billion. That financial success didn't protect one of the owners from facing police brutality and false arrest in 2014. It does mean, however, that this case of false arrest is being followed by the media.

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