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August 04, 2014


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Greg Sergienko

In the context this sounds really strange to me, and you'd know better than I, but could it be that they obtained a common law writ of replevin, treating the person as a good ?

Alfred Brophy

Really interesting question, Greg. Alabama had a statute that provided for kidnapping victims (abd others claiming they were wrongfully enslaved) to file suit.

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