You potentially can sue for libel/slander. However when the libel/slander pertains to criminal accusations it is a very detailed and specific analysis that is honestly too detailed to explain in an answer here. Basically, it’s a complicated legal analysis that needs to be done by an attorney....Read more »
Generally, no, employers can't prohibit employees from discussing compensation. This is according to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and an April 2014 Executive Order from President Obama:...Read more »
I have done nothing wrong. I have Bipolar 1/OCD/Anxiety & some other health issues.
I have no criminal past & no violent history. I've never threatened anyone or been inappropriate with anyone at any of these businesses. Just about all of the phone calls are businesses. One... Read more »
I'm not exactly sure what you are asking here. It seems that you are asking whether you have a case for discrimination due to your Bipolar/OCD/Anxiety disorders against these establishments who've called 911 and that have alleged that you've trespassed. I'm not sure what the...Read more »
A police report was filed, I still have evidence of electronic communication as well, and can most likely provide witnesses. The perpetrator was a real estate agent at the time and may have also used her resources in unethical ways to damage my reputation, stalk, and harass me for an extended... Read more »
My ex wife has filed multiple false allegations against me since 2014, dcf cases, injunctions, and trying to modify child arrangements. Each report says something different, and none of them have gone in her favor meaning I have been lucky enough for a judge not to believe her. This time she is... Read more »
1. The first line of defense I see is for you to go back to the same court that granted your divorce and file a motion to reopen the cases and also file a motion for contempt--citing all of the reasons you gave us here.
2. The second line of defense is to hire a very experienced trial...Read more »
An injunction was granted against me, small claims case was dismissed. In both cases blatant perjury was committed on both the complaints under oath and In testimony at the hearing. A different state employee is willing to testify to that fact in one area; the other claims are provable such as I... Read more »
Pursuing perjury charges, like all other criminal charges, is totally up to law enforcement agencies and/or prosecutor's offices. Just as in the case of being a victim of a robbery or an assault, you as the victim of perjurious statements should contact the appropriate authorities, and make...Read more »
I work for the public schools. I had a parent make a false accusation of abuse against me. DCF and the sheriff's office both investigated and concluded that the allegation was unfounded and unsubstantiated, and I was of course, innocent. The parent is relentless, however, and has went as far... Read more »
My business, myself and employees are in fear because we are receiving phone calls, stalking with threats, online defamation to my business from a person. We reported to the police many times but didn't see any result. I really can't afford right now for an attorney and just want to see... Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a month. It could be difficult to find a pro bono attorney for defamation matters. Pro bono services tend to involve financially distressed situations such as landlord-tenant, immigration, divorce, etc. If the matter is related to...Read more »
I had someone make a website about Me they are slandering/defamation of Character on this website. Which is a different Issue then I’m worried about is it legal for them to post a picture of my minor child with out consent. I’m not sure where the picture came from I know it wasn’t in a... Read more »
Before asking what evidence you need, the first question is whether the facts support any type of claim that would be viable in court, as that is the only type of claim that the company's lawyers or insurance carrier would take seriously. Under most circumstances, an isolated incident of...Read more »
Im trying to file a lawsuit against a store for defamation of character and slander. I have a very solid case, but if their corporate office would like to offer me a generous compensation to me instead of me taking this to court and filing a lawsuit against them Id consider doing that. My question... Read more »
Yes, if the Sheriff knowingly or recklessly made the defamatory statements. However, it sounds like you are planning to take a "pretrial intervention" deal (or have already taken the deal). While that results in the State dropping the charges, and enables you to thereafter petition for...Read more »
A guy hit The side of my car this morning we pulled over and he asked me cash or insurance I told him we can settle it private. we exchanged information and I took video of the whole thing including him saying his name and exactly how he hit me on video. If he chooses not to respond how do I go... Read more »
It’s always best practices to contact the police. Especially if this accident was not your fault, it’s always best to go through the other person’s auto insurance. I’ve seen time and again how handling it “private” backfires. If you are concerned you should file a police report.
My daughter is being accused of a racist by several kids and they have emailed her attended college that she has been accepted to stating that she should not be allowed to go there and now her admissions is under review. should I file a slander lawsuit? I’m not sure what to do at this point, I... Read more »
You cannot file a slander suit;; only your daughter can sue--against the "kids" responsible--not the university. And while I am sure there are lawyers in Florida would be very happy to take your daughter's money and try to do something that is nearly impossible to do: Prove all the...Read more »
That's odd - why would she want her bank to contact you and to send her bank statements, etc., to you instead of her? Whom is she trying to defraud? - and the fraud is causing them to take what action that will benefit her? And why are you wondering what do to - wouldn't you simply...Read more »
can you fund out how a judge can make an attorney that I have gotten rid of twice can make that same attorney my legal advisor in the courtroom if I have any questions when I have stated in court that I do not want the public defenders office anywhere near my case in anyway and that I would like a... Read more »
You can request a Nelson Hearing to ask that the attorney be discharged. If the attorney is not successfully discharged, or you hire your own, the judge can allow the attorney to remain on the file as "stand by" counsel even if you decide to represent yourself. You are entitled to have an...Read more »
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