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i cant find d answer yet
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i have been falsely accused of having
what should we do about this to get her to stop
There is only one way to make them stop and that would be to apply for an injunction through a court. You can sue them for slander as well, but those cases rarely end up making more than they cost so the important thing is to make her stop spreading the rumors and an injunction can do that.
what is injunction
An injunction is an order from a judge directing someone to stop doing something.
In this case, it would direct her to stop talking about you with other people.
and what if she did not
Then you could file a Motion for Contempt and the judge could fine her or even put her in jail for a while. Usually they wouldn't put her in jail the first time btu if she continues they will.
thank u vry much...u have a gud day :)
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