is it legal for media to names on the news and paper and rune moses reputation with out then being guilty
Administrative Law Lawyer
It is often newsworthy that someone is suspected, being investigated, accused, or otherwise involved in something, even if there is no arrest, prosecution, or conviction.
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Personal Injury Lawyer
it is not defamation for a newspaper to report that john doe was arrested for allegedly doing this or that; they are just reporting a "newsworthy" event; even if john doe is not happy about seeing his name in the paper.
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