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If the accusation goes to court, exercise your 4th Ammendment Constitutional right to confront your accuser. If the accusation is outside of court 1.) Be honest- if the accusation is true, say you are sorry. 2.) Be honest. If the accusation is false, wait for her to say she is sorry. Demand two things from your "family"- that they know how to say thank you and I'm sorry, if necessary.
Assuming that you mean not (p or q) if and only if P ~(PVQ)--> P so now construct a truth table, (just place it vertical since i cannot place it vertical through here.) P True True False False Q True False True False (PVQ) True True True False ~(PVQ) False False False True ~(PVQ)-->P True True True False if it's ~(P^Q) -->P then it's, P True True False False Q True False True False (P^Q) True False False False ~(P^Q) False True True True ~(P^Q)-->P True True False False
It is false.
If you can prove that the allegations are false, then you may have a case of defamation or slander. This is especially true where the false allegations have impacted your ability to retain employment and have damaged your standing in your local community.
Yes. The person who makes the false allegations can be held accountable both civilly and possibly criminally.
Defending against false allegations of terrorism is much like defending against any other false allegations. The general idea is, lies are refuted by telling the truth. You would have to examine the basis for the allegations, whatever evidence or reports have been collected, and explain what really happened, and produce whatever confirming evidence you can, to prove your case.
yes u can!
You could be prosecuted for 'False Reports' or 'Perjury.'
With the truth, proof, evidence, witnesses, and a good lawyer.
Yes, making false allegations of identity theft can be considered a crime. It can be classified as making false statements to law enforcement, filing a false police report, or even defamation depending on the circumstances and jurisdiction. Additionally, it can result in legal consequences and penalties for the individual making the false allegations.
Yes. But you may not succeed.
false allegations are when a person makes up something about someone that isn't true that could get them in alot of trouble
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Not very much, in fact most likely, nothing, except be sure to defend yourself in court rather than ignoring them. Even false allegations could result in a judgment against you if you ignore a complaint. Now, as to whether false allegations are libelous or slanderous, they are not. Allegations made in court are usually not actionable based on a common public policy principal that people with legitimate claims should not be frightened out of making them if the winning party were able to sue the losing party.
put your thumb up their bum and then the alligators will leave you alone