What Constitutes Slander in New Mexico?

Answer Defamation is false and unprivileged words, either spoken or written, that harm the reputation of an individual. Slander and libel are two forms of defamation; slander is spoken, while libel is wri... Read More »

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How to Sue for Slander or Libel?

The old adage of "if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all" is more than just ethical advice. Making defamatory statements about another person can do more than hurt another perso... Read More »

How to Notify Someone of Slander?

Slander is defined legally as the spoken defamation of a person or business. Acts of slander may cause an individual emotional or financial damage by affecting the victim's reputation within the co... Read More »

How to File an Injunction for Slander?

Slander is defined, under law, as defamation of character. Specifically, slander is a verbal offense that causes provable harm to the character and/or reputation of an individual in a personal or p... Read More »

What is defamation of character and slander?

Attorneys are often solicited by individuals who are the victim of mean, spiteful fabrications being spread about them by others, damaging their reputations. This defamation of character may be com... Read More »