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Definition of Wrongful

Wrongful
Wrongful Wrong"ful, a. Full of wrong; injurious; unjust; unfair; as, a wrongful taking of property; wrongful dealing. -- Wrong"ful*ly, adv. -- Wrong"ful*ness, n.

Meaning of Wrongful from wikipedia

- contract and breach of trust. Something that amounts to a civil wrong is wrongful. A wrong involves the violation of a right because wrong and right are...
- In law, wrongful dismissal, also called wrongful termination or wrongful discharge, is a situation in which an employee's contract of employment has been...
- by statute. Any fatality caused by the wrongful acts of another may result in a wrongful death claim. Wrongful death claims are often based upon death...
- false imprisonment claim may be made based upon private acts, or upon wrongful governmental detention. For detention by the police, proof of false imprisonment...
- Wrongful execution is a miscarriage of justice occurring when an innocent person is put to death by capital punishment. Cases of wrongful execution are...
- exonerated, usually by advances in the science of DNA. In many instances, wrongful convictions have not been overturned for several decades - sometimes after...
- Wrongful life is the name given to a cause of action in which someone is sued by a severely disabled child (through the child's legal guardian) for failing...
- Claims of wrongful commitment are a common theme in the anti-psychiatry movement. In 1860, the case of Elizabeth Packard, who was wrongfully committed...
- Kevin Strickland (born June 7, 1959) is an African-American man who was wrongfully convicted by an all-white jury in 1979 of killing three people in Kansas...
- the first mainstream piece arguing that the Five's convictions had been wrongful, Joan Didion suggested the verdicts stemmed from a cultural crisis, writing...