Silver Spring, MD asked in Libel & Slander for Maryland

Q: i have quite a bazzar situation. can i sue the attorneys for deformation libel and slander?

i had a case that went on for a year in court... it went on and on despite uncountable amount of ethics and conduct violations and eventually all the petty lies from the opposing attorney harmed me enough to loose my case. it was 8 attorneys vrs. a pro se litigant, me. the lies have been about servicing of documents to justify nasty threatening emails, lies stating that the company payed me according to the federal and state laws, lies about what was said during comunication with the main attorneys receptionist, lies about law to the tribunal and about prior orders that had been sent out in the case... finialy a lie about another service of documents where the attorney presented contradictory evidenc that same hearing.. these lies cannot be held to the company i was sueing cause they didnt lie so the lies werent advancing defences on thier behalf but mearly purposefully harming me and with reguards to the behavior or laundry i aired out in court on the attorney.(fuel for the fire)

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Ronald V. Miller Jr.
Ronald V. Miller Jr.
  • Baltimore, MD
  • Licensed in Maryland

A: The real answer is I don't know because I don't know exactly what these lies are. But just generally speaking, this is a very tough claim to bring.

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