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Cases of Interest: Adultery
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ALABAMA: Larrimore v. Dubose, No. 1000828 (Ala. Dec. 7, 2001).
An interesting little case held that a spouse of a person accused of adultery in a divorce pleading by another person does not have a cause of action for defamation.
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