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Principal Not Defamed by Inference (access required)

Although a newspaper article may have inferred that plaintiff assistant principal’s son, who was in an altercation with another student, received preferential treatment in school discipline, the statement did not defame plaintiff and the trial court erred in overruling defendant newspaper’s demurrer to the suit, the Supreme Court of Virginia says. The article reported that plaintiff’s ...

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