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Plaintiff for Darryl . A in-depth look into the case of the plaintiff. What we believe…. Fundamental Argument: Vanessa is liable for damages against Darryl for: False I mprisonment Intentional I nfliction of Emotional D istress Slander

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plaintiff for darryl

Plaintiff for Darryl

A in-depth look into the case of the plaintiff

what we believe
What we believe….
  • Fundamental Argument:
  • Vanessa is liable for damages against Darryl for:
    • False Imprisonment
    • Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
    • Slander
    • Vicarious Liability --against the Carrousel Motor Hotel
hypothesis
Hypothesis
  • How did we come up with this theory?
    • The facts in this case are as follows:
      • Vanessa threatened Darryl with his job unless he didn’t stand into the hotel’s freezer.
      • Whilst in the freezer, Vanessa encouraged the other employees to belittle and mock him.
      • Later turns off the light, leaving him for several hours
false imprisonment
False Imprisonment
  • An act or omission by defendant that causes a person of reasonable sensitivity to be confined for restrained.
    • Examples:
      • Vanessa, his boss, forced him to enter the freezer
      • Threatening him with the termination of his job
      • Said to him that she locked the door, turned off the lights and left him for several hours.
slander
Slander
  • The defamation of one’s person by speaking. This tends to injure the plaintiff’s reputation and expose the plaintiff to public hatred.
    • Examples:
      • Vanessa makes fun of Darryl’s stutter and low intelligence
      • Vanessa encourages the other employees to join in.
      • Darryl was not able to defend himself at this time as he was imprisoned against his will.
intentional infliction of emotional distress iied
Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress (IIED)
  • Use of extreme and outrageous conduct that transcends all bounds of decency.
  • It is committed intentionally and the defendant must cause physical harm with emotional distress as a result.
    • Examples:
      • Darryl suffered severe frostbite and his toes and fingers
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