If someone is spreading false and damaging information about you, such as falsely claiming that you have HIV, it could constitute slander, which is a form of defamation. Defamation occurs when false statements are made about an individual that harm their reputation. To address this situation, you...View More
My ex boyfriend has serious mental issues. It’s become too much for me and I’m trying to break away. Not easy because all he does is threaten me and destroys everything good in my life. He has already gotten me fired from one job, gotten me evicted.(I’m assuming so I would have to live with... View More
You should immediately move to another residence and not provide him with a forwarding address. Instead of having your mail forwarded by the USPS, individually contact anyone sending you mail through the US Post Office to let them know your new address. Block his telephone number and change your...View More
A successful libel lawsuit requires the services of an experienced litigation attorney, a solid damage expert, and possible a market surveying company. Specific notices must be sent under the Defamation Act and the content of the defamatory publication must be carefully analyzed to avoid the...View More
Since last 4 years a mob of police officers from Jalgaon,India.Nashik,India,Pune,India,Mumbai,India have been conducting phone tapping and email snooping in the US.They have been involved in public defamation in US,Public Harrassment,online stalking,workplace defamation and... View More
As a Californian attorney, I understand your concern about online stalking, defamation, harassment, and other unlawful activities being conducted by individuals located in Texas and India. To address this issue, you should consider taking the following steps:
While I understand your concern, it's essential to be cautious about how you share information about someone's criminal history, especially if you were awarded damages in a civil suit. Making false or defamatory statements could potentially lead to legal issues for you. Instead of...View More
It may be considered slanderous if your family member believed the police officer. If the family member acted on that information to cause you economic damages in some manner, you may have a cause of action against the police officer for slander. The officer is likely to raise the affirmative...View More
When my ex left she told the police a bunch of lies to make it easier for her to leave state with my daughter. Afterwards I was harassed to the point that I wasn't even able to get my belongings from my house because literally every time I was seen I was pulled over and searched. I even fell... View More
My sons doctor , stated that I have HIV in my sons medical records and he uploaded it to many places , I have already asked him to remove the false information through certified mail , he said he would do it and that it was a mistake but he has not removed it yet . My sons medical records have... View More
I want to find out who lied and made these horrific accusations because now I'm being investigated for lies. It's embarrassing because cps is telling everyone what I'm being investigated for and it's all a LIE.
Finding out who is going to be tricky, if you don’t already know who it is. CPS will not disclose the identity of the informant and legally they cannot be required to do so. But it may become obvious to you during the course of the investigation.
I would urge the attorney representing...View More
Article 1, section 3a of the Texas Constitution provides: “ Equality under the law shall not be denied or abridged because of sex, race, color, creed, or national origin. This amendment is self-operative.”
In my professional experience, I have rarely seen individuals treated...View More
I know a petition to remove can be done, but I want to know the exact steps so if the majority of the owners wish to pursue this we don't get ignored for not following one particular procedure correctly. We currently have a rogue board president specifically, and it is unclear if these other... View More
she put her 6 mo old child in his vehicle demanded he take her home and when he would not comply with her wishes she physically attacked him, he fought her back and then she threatened to call the police. Forgetting the child was in his car he left to de-escalate the situation she then called the... View More
You should retain an experienced criminal defense lawyer to file a post-conviction writ of habeas corpus based on his actual innocence. During that proceeding, your fiance will have the burden to prove his actual innocence. He must present newly discovered evidence that establishes his innocence...View More
I paid over $14k ($7k attorneys hours $2k paralegal plus $5k internal reviews admin fee ) for a specific performance case filed in Jul 2021. Now the Law Firm want me to file motion of summary & no evidence judgment as Pro Se in realestate deal
I am plaintiff and buyer filed petition... View More
me is this. I went to the national night out on September 20th and the police chief said to the police officer "her,its her".." investigation, tailed" the other police officer said "why?" and he replied "drugs". I took this personally as i have never even... View More
I received a message from a mutual friend who it’s a screenshot of her telling him she was glad to get out of an “abusive relationship”. I have previously had other people, namely fellow church members, ask things like why did I hit her, etc.
None of this is true. My daughter (16... View More
Yes. If you can prove that your ex made a false statement of fact about you which disparages your reputation and was believed by others causing you to lose some amount of money that can be calculated with reasonable certainty, you could prevail on a claim for libel or slander.
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