watch your mouth
Sat, 8 Mar 2003 17:34:08 -0800
You definitely have to prove actual harm. The only case I see for
non-economic damages is in the exact place where punitive damages came
into being in the first place.
That, however, would require that the speech not only be untrue but
malicious, probably known to be false, and used with the intention to
Those cases don't happen often.
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> Russell Turpin
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> John Hall:
> >The First Amendment does not generally protect against slander and
> All these exceptions. This is an area where
> I'd like to see non-economic damages capped,
> say, to ten dollars.
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