UNDERSTANDING FALSE IMPRISONMENT
Section 787.02, Florida Statutes, addresses false imprisonment. To prove a crime of false imprisonment the State must prove:
The Defendant forcibly, secretly, or by threat, confined or restrained the victim against his or her will, when the Defendant had no lawful authority to do so.
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