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I talked about someone - they are married to a Lawyer - he has a friend they track new-jersey - to my job - I am FIRED - loose my CAR - my credit get's messed up ! now I am being charged w/ this Criminal Offense !! my Lawyer on the other hand says NOT to worry - it is Freedom of Speech ! in the state of Texas - you can have that !! ? now what are your comments ? guess when your a Lawyer & you have contacts ! you can get through the red tape ! ?
No, as Americans we have a right of free speech and free media rights. It's in the constitution. However, it is considered wrong to make a site to just talk bad about one person, as in dedicating the whole site to talking bad about one person. I'm not sure if it is a criminal act, but the person has a right to request the site to be removed and/or press charges she feels is neccessary if that site in some way has harmed her life.
Let's be clear about our terms: a "criminal" law means you could be charged with a crime and arrested if you violate it. "Illegal" could refer to criminal activity or to any activity for which a valid cause of action could result in damages being awarded to someone who sues you (i.e. civil law). "Defamation" (including libel and slander) is a cause of action for civil damages. So, if you made no threats or otherwise endangered the life, health, or safety of another individual, you almost certainly would not be guilty of a criminal infraction. However, if you defame someone in writing (libel) they can sue you for damages in civil court. What constitutes defamation can be any false statement that is consumed (read or heard) by a third party and is reasonably plausible ... OR, occasionally, generalized statements that hold the victim up to ridicule or impugn their character in such a way that it causes measurable damages. Example: if you call someone an alcoholic when they are not you have defamed them. Example: if you call someone an a$$hole you probably have not defamed them, unless you repeat it so often and so vociferously and in such circumstances that others believe it and refuse to do business with that person or whatever, you may have defamed them. Example: if you call someone a Martian, even if you know it is not true, you probably have not defamed them (in a legally liable sense), because it is too absurd to be reasonably believed by any person who hears it.
Yes that is a criminal act. I'm young but in my school not to long ago we went over internet safety. The lady who was talking clearly said it IS a criminal act if you are writing offencsive things that are not true about a person on the internet. Now if you say it outloud thats freedom of speech but you can't do it on websites
You are responsible for what you do and say! If a DA thinks that what you said on the internet caused harm or damage, and presents it to a Grand Jury, who then indicts you, you have a criminal prosecution on your hands. Laws are written by the legislature, but are interpreted by the courts.
Not usually unless it was libelous. Saying things that are untrue with the intent to do harm is libel and illegal. Expressing opinion is not. (Slander is the same thing involving spoken words as opposed to written ones). It is also very hard to prove - you have to prove that (a) the person knew they were saying untrue things and (b) that harm resulted.
You don't have to threaten someone to commit a tort against them. All you have to do is any of the following. Make a statement about someone that is false, knowing that it is false to a third person who understands it, Make a statement about someone that, if true, could make them look really bad in the community, Reveal a fact about someone that the reasonable person knows that such a fact would want to be kept quiet, or make a statement that alleges one of the following about someone: lack of competence in a professional person, lack of chastity in a female, crime of moral turpitude, Any of these can get you sued on the following theories: slander, false light invasion of privacy, public revelation of a private fact.
No, not at all. As long as you are not making threats towards them or jeopardizing their well-being in anyway, they can not hold an offense against you.
Theres a fine line. Like if it hurts the they can sue.. sometimes.. best advice is dont do it at all.
No, you must be confused about the country you live in