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Nevada Supreme Court mostly sides with independent news publisher in defamation case (subscriber content)

By Bob Conrad
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Storey Teller website

Independent news publisher, Sam Toll of Virginia City, received mostly a victory in his defamation case filed against him by developer and brothel owner Lance Gilman.

The Nevada Supreme Court determined that First Judicial District Judge James Wilson erred when it ordered Toll to reveal his story sources to consider defamation claims levied by Gilman against Toll…

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Dave Morgaqn December 7, 2019 - 6:29 pm

It would appear that some judges are of the habit to look backwards for clues to the future. When it comes to the news media, the aforementioned is blind on its face. I’ve been an on line journalist for 13 years. Never had a problem. Of course you have to have a business license and check the correct boxes. Beyond that, if you research like a journalist, you write like a journalist and you obey libel-slander case law like a journalist…you’re probably a journalist. Add to that the First Amendment and it’s not worth arguing over.

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