• Superior Court
  • 12-2698-cv
  • Aug 15 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Fuentes, J.
If a party is a "public figure," a plaintiff who alleges defamation possesses the burden to prove that a defamatory statement was published with "actual malice," or with reckless disregard about whether a statement was false.

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