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State trooper accuses 2 of defamation via publicly broadcasted ad

Divorce is one of the most stressful and challenging periods in life a person can experience, especially when children are involved. The fallout of the end of a marriage can be brutal, with heightened emotions often leading individuals to make hurtful and damaging remarks. Unfortunately, with current technology these remarks can end up in view of the public, which can be challenging to overcome. When facing defamation on such a public platform, many victims in Ohio find themselves in need of assistance to protect their reputation.

A state trooper in another state has recently filed a lawsuit against two individuals, one of which being his former spouse. He claims that the two took out an ad that was aired on TV and radio, accusing the judge in their divorce of ignoring signs of child abuse. The ad apparently claims that the man was abusive to his children, and that his former spouse attempted to restrict his custody for the sake of their children's well-being.

The lawsuit asserts that this information is false, and that the divorce proceedings didn't include anything of the sort. The man claims that the two agreed that joint custody was in the best interests of the kids. Such allegations can wreak havoc on a person in various ways, and the man has expressed concerns of potential damage in relation to his employment within law enforcement.

When false information makes its way onto a platform such as the radio or internet, an innumerable amount of people are instantly given access. Overcoming the damage in a similar situation can be difficult, prompting many victims of defamation to seek the counsel of an attorney for assistance. An attorney in Ohio can assist a client in filing a claim against the party deemed culpable, as well as provide him or her with advice on protecting against further harm.

Source: theind.com, "Louisiana state trooper files defamation suit against Candyce Perret", Mike Stagg, April 26, 2017

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