Defamation

The First Amendment guarantees free speech but, as with any freedom, comes greater responsibility. The First Amendment's guarantee of free speech does not excuse making defamatory statements in a malicious or negligent manner. The First Amendment does not permit one to wrongfully damage an individual's name and reputation.

An honest reputation and good name is the most valuable asset a person can own. We take deep pride in protecting our name and reputation by working diligently in all aspects of our lives. When someone attempts to destroy your name and reputation, which took a lifetime to establish, the consequences can be disastrous.

Praetorian Law understands the hard work and pride individuals place in their name and reputation. Our attorneys are ready to defend the sanctity of your image, your name and your reputation. We will fight to ensure the defendant makes a public retraction and pays compensation for the damages done.

If you have suffered as the result of defamatory language, please call Praetorian Law with any questions you have. We never charge a fee for initial consultations.