In general civil infringement cases, the plaintiff has the responsibility of proof. In the case of defamation, the plaintiff is not difficult to establish defamation, and only to prove that the defendant has published some defamatory statements to the third party. The defamatory statement is to blink the position of the plaintiff in the eyes of the society or their professional status, or make people hate, avoid, laugh, and despise the plaintiff. However, unlike general infringement cases, once the plaintiff established a statement of defamation in the defendant, the liability for proof was transferred to the defendant. That is to say, the defendant must also put forward sufficient evidence to the court to prove that he has legal reasons.
As for legal defense, it can mainly prove that the content of the statement is true or the defendant enjoys privileges (such as the statement of judges and jury interrogations). The defendant can also argue with Honest Comment, that is, the statement is based on the true facts and the public interests.
If you think someone's remarks or behaviors harm your reputation, you can consider to mention the publisher to maintain your reputation. Conversely, if you are the defendant, you believe that the plaintiff's defamation lawsuit is unreasonable, and the Bank can defend you. This bank will provide affordable and pragmatic legal services based on the needs of each, and welcome to contact the lawyer of the Bank.