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How does that compare with someone wrongfully imprisoned for 11 years?
An involuntary bailee must not wrongfully dispose of the chattels or take any positive steps to damage or destroy them.
Lost and Found - Still struggling with her new life, a young Deb must celebrate Jane's 32nd birthday and help a man who was wrongfully imprisoned.
Parents who wrongfully remove or retain a child in order to create a home state or significant connections will usually be denied custody.
For example, Great Uncle Ed may have sued Cousin Tom back in 1900 for failing to properly discharge his duties as executor, or for wrongfully disposing of estate items.