I am located in the USA. Someone living in Spain, is threatening to sue me for "defamation" in regards to something I wrote about them on my personal Twitter account. Can they sue me from their country, and aren't my opinions written on my personal Twitter account protected by the... Read more »
Free speech protections do not apply to defamation, and opinions are not defamation. Defamation is a false statement of fact (not opinion) that damages a person's reputation. If I say John the surgeon is the worst, I am not uttering defamation because that's my opinion of John. If say...Read more »
I left my personals and my dog (Chance, of 11 yrs) for an mutual set period of time (7mo) as part of our agreed, arrangement. I also on my part, agreed on my making a monetary exchange for safe keeping, most important was (paper work, legal doc's, colleagues ppr... Read more »
Oct 2015, I fell attached to my power-chair onto the street because the city had not officially closed the sidewalk and I was trying to get to my apartment where I have lived independently for 20 years. I am severely disabled but have worked to be independent. I became unconscious with a head... Read more »
You have two issues. One is a claim against the city or the owner of the property.You need to contact a member of the Ohio Assn for Justice in your area --they give free consultations. You can explain your injuries. You then can ask about this issue but I don't see that they can do much in...Read more »
She has gone as far as yelling to my neighbors about my past crimes and has even shouted them out to everyone at my wife's place of buisness. These people already know my past as I am open and honest about it but I fear it will start hurting my social and possibly work life. What can I do?
My 20 yr. old son had breakfast with his father and his aunt (father's sister) a few days ago. Being too embarrassed to tell me he sent a text message stating that his father said that when he was younger I used to "put my mouth on his penis and his father would get mad at me." This... Read more »
A defamation lawsuit requires three things: a lie someone is likely to have believed, publication, and damages resulting from the lie. Publication means letting a third-party know. Damages are where you will likely have a problem. If you were fired because of this, you might have a case, but there...Read more »
I used to volunteer at this store (Kieths Comics} for more than a year, the last day I was working I had limited work space due to a customer and set books I purchased on a books I was thinking of getting, I got distracted and forgot the books were piled together when I put them in my bag while... Read more »
Charges that includes hurting a child. She is only saying if u r in contact with a male who fits this physical/job description, then whenu get his name, check against these court links. So, cour links and description are given. No opinions,nothing that isn't in public records. Is warning these... Read more »
I've answered this question several times already. It is not slander, if it is true and it is not illegal to provide people with truthful information from the public records. The answer isn't going to change.
She is not listing his name,only physical description and job details,saying if this sounds like your date,check his name on these links. Can she be charged with slander/harrasement? Everything written is factual per public records,no opinions or degrading of ex
The information is public and true so this is not slander or libel. Truth is an absolute defense to both. There is little chance this qualifies as harassment either as the telecommunication is not being made to the male member or his household and is not being made with a purpose to harass or...Read more »
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