I am sorry to hear what you are going through, but I have to admire that you have done your homework. I think that logically one of those statements has to be purgerous, as one has to be true. You need to consult with an attorney where you present to him/her all the facts with all the details. Just a word of caution... You may win points on a technicallity, but you may lose when the substance of the complaint is reviewed. Again, have an attorney go over this with you. Good Luck and God Bless.
Lawrence Pilon, Esq.
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Springfield, MA 01103
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It depends on the facts of the case and the affidavits filed. Consult with an attorney who can review the documents and better advise you.
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Filing an action against a person who propounded lies may be
protected in part or whole by anti-SLAPP statutes.
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