Hello! I am a licensed attorney, admitted to practice in state and federal court. I have a nearly 100% satisfaction rating so all that means is that you can count on me to help today. Generally, I would be careful about putting this information online. The reason is because it could be considered defamation if anything you say is wrong. Defamation is basically a false and defamatory statement, published to a third party, that causes harm (usually a lessened reputation in the community, lost business opportunity, or other harms as the facts dictate.)
If it does, then the you, as the defendant, may have some defenses. Here are the typical defenses in a defamation case:
(1) Legislative Privilege - Meaning the statement was made in a legislative proceeding
(2) Judicial Privilege - any participant in a judicial proceeding the absolute privilege to utter defamatory statements
(3) Executive Privilege - privilege affords an absolute privilege to high ranking executive officers of state and federal governments when acting within the scope of their discretionary duties
(4) Domestic Privilege - affords a spouse the absolute privilege to make defamatory statements about a third person to their spouse.
(5) Truth - if the statements you made were true, then this is a defense as well
(6) Opinion - courts have ruled that the opinion defense is one where if you provide your opinion, then a defamation charge will not stand.
Based on what you provided, it is possible that much of it is true, but it would be harder to claim that any of it is an opinion at all, and the other areas may not apply. My suggestion? Don’t put it up.
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