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Many of the criminal prohibitions addressed in misdemeanor court are acts that straddle the line between restitutory and penal, occupying a liminal status between coordination rules and foundational moral values.
FUTSA merely states that it displaces "conflicting tort, restitutory, and other law of this state providing civil remedies for misappropriation of a trade secret.
The potential subtleties involved with the different language versions of the judgment may suggest less than full restitutory compensation.