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Court allows plaintiff to enjoin defamatory speech after trial has proven falsity

In Rooks v. Krzewski, the court rejected the Defendant's claim that it was a violation of his First Amendment right of free speech to enjoin him from further publication of a proven falsehood.  The Court held that once a statement has been proven false, a Court may bar the party from continuing to publish it.

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