Missouri is a one-party state as to recording of calls. That means one party to the conversation can record the call even without the other's permission. A person not a party to your call should not record your call if you had a reasonable...Read more »
He works under our local ENT whom my patients visit for other issues and then it turns into a hearing test and recommendation they buy hearing aids from him. He asks how much they paid and whom he bought from? Then he slanders and bad mouths the price they paid and me personally, since I have done... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. In order to form an opionion as to whether you've been defamed and whether it would be worth suing for defamation, I would need to know what was said, when, and other information relevant for a defamtion claim. Defamation cases are difficult under Missouri...Read more »
Depends on the facts. Some are easier to prove than others. Few are worth the time and money to pursue because damages are often difficult to establish in sufficient quantity to justify the effort. The UK has more favorable libel laws than the US if you are the person suing. You cannot sue in...Read more »
It's hard to say, because there isn't much information to go on here. But as a general consideration, think of this. Those types of lawsuits are not generally handled on a contingency. That means you'd pay an attorney hourly to prove damages that could be costly to establish, the other side could...Read more »
Incomplete hypothetical. Depends on what was written, who wrote it, why it was written, at whose request it was written, and perhaps many other factors. There is no substitute for a detailed evaluation of the facts.
You have to provide a lot more detail in order to get decent legal advice. This is probably not the best forum for getting an answer for you. Contact the County Bar Association in the county in which the local office of TANF is located, and ask for a civil rights attorney referral. The initial...Read more »
A few issues here, there is a common-law defence of Prank available, a criminal lawyer should be able to find the relevant case law to assist. Also, your friend may want to consider some restitution to compensate the vehicle owners for any damage or costs. See the article below for more on...Read more »
My ex husband lied on school record forms claiming he had sole custody of our daughter he used us to enroll her in a new . The school policy is that they are supposed to share information with both parents. I had provided them with a copy of the court order stating we share custody. They didn't... Read more »
The woman stated I made a scene hit a glass window and pretty much blew up on her when I simply asked why the woman in front of me wasn't asked for her identification when I was I stated I was a regular there and when the lady told me if I didn't look 27 they had to its the law I said whatever and... Read more »
If someone is slandering you, it's possible you could have a legal cause of action. I do not practice in Kentucky, but your question remains open for four weeks. You could consult with a Kentucky attorney who handles defamation cases. You should keep in mind that in terms of legal fees, attorneys...Read more »
We broke up about a month ago. Since then he's moved and quit his job but I know (although I can't prove it) that he's posting lies about me on social media. He's using my photo and accusing me of embarrassing things. He also painted foul language on my car. He's calling my mother - He even sent a... Read more »
Say a dying man recorded a video where he exposes your secret superhero identity but provided no evidence to prove it. Said video then is shown on national news (still with no evidence), can you sue? If yes, who would you sue and for what?
Also if they "exposed" a minor? Would it get the... Read more »
The elements of successfully proving a defamation of character tort in Illinois are the following: (1) the defendant made a false statement about the plaintiff; (2) there was an unprivileged publication to a third party; (3) fault by the defendant amounting to at least negligence; and (4) the...Read more »
You don't press charges. Slander is considered an intentional tort. That means it's a civil matter. You could consult with a Kentucky attorney who handles defamation cases. But keep in mind that these types of cases are generally not handled on a contingency like personal injury cases. That means...Read more »
$638 for Seattle alone and then another $360 for the California trip. Unfortunately I was hospitalized Western State and was there for 3 days. Upon my release which was also 1 week out to go to Seattle, I was unable to go do to a new medication and I told my cousin immediately but she didn’t... Read more »
I can't tell why you would be sued for the facts provided? Did you promise to pay for the trips? She may not have a good case, but unfortunately, if you are sued you should appear at the court date. Otherwise, you risk having a default judgment entered against you.
I have video evidenve of the wife.that has a p.o. against me and she drove 3 hours to come down tonwhereninlive and she.setbit up and gave the cops lhariphilnalia which they said.they seen thru.the windowsband then the.door was kicked in.andntyey they went in and.recovered it from inside my... Read more »
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