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False Imprisonment

Brandon Lee Moon spent 17 years in prison for a sexual assault he did not commit, and the Fifth Circuit this week reversed and remanded dismissal of his false-imprisonment claim against the city and county of El Paso because false imprisonment is a continuing tort in Texas.

NEW ORLEANS - Brandon Lee Moon spent 17 years in prison for a sexual assault he did not commit, and the Fifth Circuit this week reversed and remanded dismissal of his false-imprisonment claim against the city and county of El Paso because false imprisonment is a continuing tort in Texas.

Categories / Appeals, Criminal

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