False Imprisonment

Restraining the liberty of another person without lawful justification. The restraint must be a total, not merely a partial, obstruction of a person’s free movement. There must be no reasonable means of escape. False imprisonment does not require physical detention if the person is deprived of liberty by submitting to another’s authority.

Penalty: Level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximun).

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