Right to liberty of persons who have voluntarily admitted themselves to a mental health facility and are held against their will

Right to Liberty of all persons and specifically persons who have sought mental health assistance voluntarily but who were held against their will

All persons are possessed of unalienable rights; rights which are

not subject to being waived or forfeited even by the holders of those

rights; granted by God and guaranteed by the United States

Constitution; among these rights is the right to Liberty. 

The right to Liberty is guaranteed against violation by private or

public actors; protected by legislation and enforced by the judicial

branch of our government as a private right of action against those

who deprive any person of the unalienable right to Liberty. 

The sole motivation for the deprivation of the right to Liberty is

financial gain. 

The remedy for the deprivation of the right to Liberty is a

private action to protect the right to Liberty and to compensate those

persons deprived for that deprivation. 

The rights of persons guaranteed by the United States

Constitution may not be relinquished; may not be abandoned and

may not be circumvented by any one. 

          False imprisonment laws exist in all states.  These laws exist to

protect individuals from being confined against their will.

          The elements are:         willful detention without the person’s

consent and unlawful meaning there is no lawful justification. 

Physical force or threat of violence is not required.  It is the

deprivation of liberty which is the offense.