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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Actual_malice

Actual malice in United States law is a legal requirement imposed upon public officials or public figures when they file suit for libel (defamatory printed ...

www.rcfp.org/browse-media-law-resources/digital-journalists-legal-guide/defining-actual-malice

The case that established “actual malice” as the degree of fault with which the media must have published a defamatory statement about a public official for him  ...

www.dmlp.org/legal-guide/proving-fault-actual-malice-and-negligence

The actual malice standard applies when a defamatory statement concerns three general categories of individuals: public officials, all-purpose public figures, ...

kellywarnerlaw.com/what-is-actual-malice

Actual malice is a standard that must be met in certain defamation cases. This page will gives a clear explanation of actual malice. Examples included.

www.rotlaw.com/legal-library/what-is-actual-malice-in-defamation-law

The name “actual malice” is misleading. Although the phrase conjures up images of defendants hatching evil plots to harm the plaintiff, a nefarious purpose isn't ...

www.virginiadefamationlawyer.com/2013/09/actual-malice-is-not-actually-malice.html

Sep 9, 2013 ... However, “actual malice” in the context of a defamation action–also known as “ New York Times malice,” is a different concept than the ...

definitions.uslegal.com/a/actual-malice

Actual malice is a statement made with a reckless disregard for truth. Actual malice can be established through circumstantial evidence. High degree of ...

digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=5446&context=lalrev

was its "actual malice" standard. This standard provided that, in order to recover against a media defendant, a public official must demonstrate that the defendant  ...

www.lectlaw.com/def2/m006.htm

The Legal Term * Malice, Actual * Defined & Explained.