a.Protection of person and property  .Coblyn v. Kennedy’s, Inc., 1971:  An elderly man grabbed by employee and was told to go back to see the store manager.  It was false imprisonment b/c the D. was not reasonably justified in believing that the P. had stolen the ascot.
b.Deprogramming: When parent’s acting under the conviction that judgmental capacity of their adult child is impaired seek to extract that child from what they reasonably believe to be a religious cult, limitations upon the child’s mobility do not constitute meaningful deprivations of personal liberty sufficient to support a judgment for false imprisonment Peterson v. Sorlien