Macy’s has been blocked from detaining suspected shoplifters and demanding they agree to pay damages before they are released.

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Manuel Mendez granted a preliminary injunction on behalf of Cinthia Orellana, who filed a complaint seeking damages for false arrest and abuse of process on the grounds that Macy’s coerces accused shoplifters into signing confessions and paying money damages.

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