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The elements he must prove to succeed at a defamation case are:
1. That the Defendant made one or more of the statement(s) to third person;
2. That the third person reasonably understood that the statement(s) were about plaintiff;
3. That the third parties reasonably understood the statement(s) to mean that [insert ground(s) for defamation per se, for example, “plaintff had committed a crime”]];
4. That Defendant failed to use reasonable care to determine the truth or falsity of the statement(s).
So, this is what makes a case tough and expensive, proving whether or not the defendant used reasonable care to make sure what they were saying was true or not.
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