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False imprisonment versus shopkeeper's privilege

No one is legally permitted to imprison or detain another person without very good reason for doing so. However, when it comes to potential shoplifters and a shopkeeper's right to detain someone suspected of stealing from a store, shopkeepers benefit from what is referred to as "shopkeeper's privilege."

How video evidence helps to combat police brutality

For decades, police in New York have -- literally in some cases -- gotten away with murder due to the fact that there aren't always witnesses or evidence of the police brutality they commit against the public. However, this is changing due to the use of video evidence recorded by citizen cellphones and surveillance cameras.

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