§ 13:19. Affirmative defense that detention was based on probable cause and investigation was conducted in reasonable manner [Pen. Code § 490.5(f)] | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 13:19. Affirmative defense that detention was based on probable cause and investigation was conducted in reasonable manner [Pen. Code § 490.5(f)] | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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November 2023 Update
Michael Paul Thomas, Zaida Angulo McGhee, Brian D. Kahn, Stacy L. La Scala
Chapter 13. False Imprisonment and False Arrest
I. False Imprisonment
F. Forms for Use in False Imprisonment Action Not Involving Arrest
3. Defenses
§ 13:19. Affirmative defense that detention was based on probable cause and investigation was conducted in reasonable manner [Pen. Code § 490.5(f)]
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