Intimidation, in law, the illegal use of threats or violence to force a person to do or not to do a certain act. It includes false imprisonment, threats of injury to the person or members of his or her family, or actual violence. Generally, contracts made under intimidation have no legal standing.
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It's a pretty straightforward question with an obvious answer, right? Well, yes, until you start peering at both federal and state laws. That's when things start to get interesting.