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My son was famed for having two cell phones. His roommate confessed to being the owner of both cell phones. What is the best course of action?

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 08th, 2017 on Corporate Law - California
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Answered on Mar 09th, 2017 at 9:50 AM

How was your son "defamed" for having two cell phones? Lots of people have two. There are lots of good reasons for someone to have two.

The civil law system does not punish people for bad conduct. It compensates people for the their injuries caused by the bad conduct of others. How has your son been harmed? Has he lost a job opportunity, promotion or raise? Has he lost any bushiness?

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