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Proving Malice in Malicious Prosecution, Part 2

By Robert Ross |

Malicious prosecution involves the wrongful (malicious) institution of a legal action, without probable cause, in an attempt to use the justice system for something other than its intended function. A normal lawsuit involves the attempt to redress a legally-recognized wrong, either by obtaining a judgment for damages, seeking declaratory relief, or other legally-permitted methods…. Read More »

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