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Define Intent
• You act with intent if:
1. If you act with purpose: you have in mind a purpose (or a desire) to bring about a given consequence (specific intent) or
2. Act with knowledge: have in mind a belief (or knowledge)that given consequences are substantially certain (highly like) to be produced (general intent)
Define battery
You commit a battery if:

You act intending to cause a harmful or offensive contact and
You in fact cause a harmful or offensive contact
Define assault
You commit an assault when:

1) You act intending to cause imminent (likely to occur at any moment) apprehension (perception, comprehension, belief) of a harmful or offensive bodily contact and
2) You in fact cause an imminent apprehension of harmful or offensive contact
Define false imprisonment
Defendant commits false imprisonment if:

1) He acts intending to unlawfully or unjustifiably to confine or restrain plaintiff within a bounded area and
2) Defendant in fact causes plaintiff to be confined within a bounded area and
3) The plaintiff is conscious of the confinement or in (some jurisdictions) is harmed by it
Define Intentoinal infliction of emotional distress
A defendant can be held liable for intentional infliction of emotional distress if:
1. He engages in conduct that is extreme and outrageous with the intent to cause severe emotion distress and
2. Plaintiff in fact suffers severe emotional distress
Define trespass to land
D is subject for trespass if:

He intends to enter the land himself, or causes a thing or third person to do so, and in fact enters the land, or causes a third person to do so.
○ Or if he intends to remain on the land after the consent has expired or after privilege is expired