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Malicious Prosecution in New York

Malicious Prosecution in New York

Malicious Prosecution in New York

Withholding Information From Courts that Would Defeat a Judgment

IncSmart New York (Small Business and Startups) - Plaintiff and plaintiff’s attorney acting in bad faith by withholding information from courts it knew or should have known would defeat a judgment or a motion against a defendant. This is a personal injury cause of action, not a crime.  Malicious prosecution is a claim that can be raised in a lawsuit. It is a reason to sue wrongfully prosecuting them. This is normally used against investigators, or attorneys. This is also a civil lawsuit.  There is no jail time.  The lawsuit that asks for monetary damages.  Damages could include  legal fees, lost wages.  For a prosecution to be malicious, it has show no probable cause.
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Libel Proof Plaintiff Laws Nevada

Libel Proof Plaintiff Laws Nevada

Libel Proof Plaintiff Laws Nevada

Plaintiffs with Criminal backgrounds whose Reputations are Tainted

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - Plaintiffs with criminal backgrounds whose reputations are already so tainted, cannot be defamed. THE LIBEL-PROOF PLAINTIFF DOCTRINE. libel plaintiffs who challenge published statements that do not in fact damage their already sullied reputations. These cases are called "libel-proof plaintiff doctrine," which bars relief to plaintiffs as a matter of law. The legal definition of defamation, in Nevada involves more than just a negative statement. To win defamation lawsuits, plaintiffs must prove that their defendants made a false  statement of fact and caused material or reputational harm by making the statement. Libel is written defamation; slander is spoken defamation.
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