I am being sued for speaking out (slapp law suit) about a development going up behind my home. A number of people spoke out but I am being singled out because I was the most vocal. I am being sued by a very rich man which means he could drag me through court until I am broke. I have never faced this kind of stress and anxiety before. Has anyone found a good approach to dealing with the slow legal process and the anxiety/stress in brings ? Thanks
Well I'm no law student but do have a little background in it. A SLAPP suit is usually a scare tactic to make the public shy away from speaking out. Rarely does the plaintiff win the lawsuit. It's a weak lawsuit and like I said usually a scare tactic. I'm sure you could google it and find out information about it.
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