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NO incapacity defenses Mentally ill, intoxicated, minor, disabled 3. All intentional torts require intent.
Prima Facie Case 1. Act by defendant — The act requires a Volitional Movement by the defendant.
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Try to punch one person and hit another Only applies to assault, battery, false imprisonment, trespass to land and to chattel. Causation The result must be legally caused by the defendants act or something set in motion by him. Causation is satisfied if defendants conduct was a substantial factor in bringing about the injury.