ames, Kinkaid, the owner of the Kinkaid Company was convinced by Douglas Shaw, one of his employees,

ames, Kinkaid, the owner of the Kinkaid Company was convinced by Douglas Shaw, one of his employees, that a fellow worker, Dick Miller, had been stealing money from the company During a break in the company’s conference room, Kinkaid fired Miller in front of other workers, accused him of stealing from the company, searched through his brief case over his objections, and finally forcibly escorted him to his office to await the arrival of the police, which he had his assistant summon Miller was indicted for embezzlement but subsequently was acquitted upon establishing his innocence What rights, if any, does Miller have against Kinkaid? Please discuss

 

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