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Acknowledging that the complaint-of conduct occurred, the defendant puts forward facts creating circumstances of justification or excuse
Voluntary agreement to defendant committing an act that would be tortious but for the agreement
Intentional restraint of another person's freedom of movement by means of devise, threat, force or threat of force
Intentional infliction of emotional distress
Outrageous conduct by defendant intended to cause plaintiff severe emotional distress and in fact causing severe emotional distress
Conduct so extreme as to exceed the bounds of that usually tolerated in a civilized community
Severe emotional distress
Emotional distress of such substantial quantity and enduring quality that no reasonable person should be expected to endure it
Preponderance of the evidence
Evidence sufficient to establish that more likely than not that an alleged fact is true
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