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4. Sherwood (P) went into a Kroger grocery store in Garland to pick up her prescription and walked directly to the pharmacy. After the pharmacy technician told P how much it would cost, P said she was going to her car for more money and would be “right back.” As P approached the exit doors, she heard someone yell “stop” and saw a Kroger employee, who said, “You are with those two other people who are leaving the store without paying.” P explained that she was alone in the store, had come from the pharmacy, and was headed to her car to get more money. P urged the store manager to check her story with the pharmacy. The store manager threatened to send P to jail, and a police officer handcuffed her. P continued to plead with them to check her story with the
pharmacy. Instead, P was taken to jail and prosecuted for shoplifting. After P was acquitted, she sued Kroger for false imprisonment. P will likely win. (a) True(b) False5. D sells a premium trail mix at Whole Foods Market labeled “Volkswagen Mountain Mix.” The Volkswagen automotive company (P) sues D. Which of the following statements is true? 6. Assume that a candidate in the 2008 presidential election ran an ad addressing campaign finance reform that said: “Grilled tenderloin for fundraiser: $1,000 a plate; Campaign ads filled with half-truths: $10 million; Promises to special interest groups: Over $100 billion; Finding out the truth: Priceless. There are some things money can’t buy.” Also assume that the ad ran for one week during the fall of 2008. MasterCard has for many years run a series of ads using the theme that certain things in life are “priceless, and for everything else, there’s MasterCard.”MasterCard sued the presidential candidate for his use of the word “priceless.” Which of the following statements is true?