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Intentional torts

Wis. JI—Civil 2605 (2015)

Malicious Prosecution: Instituting a Civil Proceeding

Last revised in 2015.


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This instruction is also found in the print edition of the Wisconsin Civil Jury Instructions, volume 2.

Cite this instruction as: Wis. JI—Civil 2605 (2015)

The Wisconsin Civil Jury Instructions are created and edited by the Wisconsin Civil Jury Instructions Committee of the Wisconsin Judicial Conference. Instructions include contributions from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School, and are used with its permission.

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